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Full Text of IACHR Petition. On May 11, 2007 - Just before Mother’s Day weekend, ten mothers, one victimized child, now an adult, leading national and state organizations filed a complaint against the United States

Full Text of IACHR Petition. On May 11, 2007 - Just before Mother’s Day weekend, ten mothers, one victimized child, now an adult, leading national and state organizations filed a complaint against the United States

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Full Text of IACHR Petition. On May 11,2007, just before Mother’s Day weekend, ten mothers, one victimized child, now an adult, leading national and state organizations filed a complaint against the United States with the Inter American Commission on Human Rights. Their petition claims that U.S. courts, by frequently awarding child custody to abusers and child molesters, has failed to protect the life, liberties, security and other human rights of abused mothers and their children.

2007 May 11 IACHR Entire WEB PETITION
Stop Family Violence, 10 Mother's File International Lawsuit,

Dombrowski et el V. U.S.A 2007
International Commission Human Rights
PETITION 664-07

Failures of U.S. Courts Forces Mothers to Turn to International Law - See more at: http://americanmotherspoliticalparty.org/ampp-article-library-family-court-custody-abuse-dv/8-news-action-alerts-press-release/46-failures-of-us-courts-forces-mothers-to-turn-to-international-law#sthash.mPqmwjGP.dpuf
Full Text of IACHR Petition. On May 11,2007, just before Mother’s Day weekend, ten mothers, one victimized child, now an adult, leading national and state organizations filed a complaint against the United States with the Inter American Commission on Human Rights. Their petition claims that U.S. courts, by frequently awarding child custody to abusers and child molesters, has failed to protect the life, liberties, security and other human rights of abused mothers and their children.

2007 May 11 IACHR Entire WEB PETITION
Stop Family Violence, 10 Mother's File International Lawsuit,

Dombrowski et el V. U.S.A 2007
International Commission Human Rights
PETITION 664-07

Failures of U.S. Courts Forces Mothers to Turn to International Law - See more at: http://americanmotherspoliticalparty.org/ampp-article-library-family-court-custody-abuse-dv/8-news-action-alerts-press-release/46-failures-of-us-courts-forces-mothers-to-turn-to-international-law#sthash.mPqmwjGP.dpuf

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INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS1889 F Street NWWashington DC 20006PETITION IN ACCORDANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTSRULES OF PROCEDURE 23 and 49Table of ContentsTOPIC PARAGRAPH NUMBERSIntroduction 1-6Facts of Petitioners 6-308Dombrowski 6-26Titelman 27-33K.A. 34-119J.H. 120-142Shockome 143-193 Navratil 194-212XXXXX 213-221Horton 222-228Organizations 229-234Petitioner A 235-253Petitioner B 254-280Petitioner C 281-308 National Coalition Against Domestic Violence 309Justice for Children 310Academic studies show that bias against womenexists in the courts especially related to childcustody determinations311-342Experiential studies show that bias against womenexists in the courts especially related to childcustody determinations343-368
 
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Many attempts have been made to combat thisdiscrimination against women and violence tochildren369-380The name of the victims and of any publicauthorities who have taken cognizance of the factor situation alleged381-382The state the petitioners consider responsible, byact or omission, for the violation of any of thehuman rights recognized in applicable instruments383-387Articles of the Charter of the OAS alleged to have been violated are388-389The Articles of the Declaration of the Rights andDuties of Man alleged to have been violated are:Preamble and Article I: Every human being hasthe right to life, liberty and security of his person390-398Article II: All persons are equal before the lawand have the rights and duties established in thisDeclaration, without distinction as to race, sex,language, creed or any other factor 399-410Article IV: Every person has the right to freedomof investigation, to opinion, and of the expressionand dissemination of ideas, by any medianwhatsoever 411-416Article V: Every person has the right to the protection of law against abusive attacks upon hishome, his reputation, and his private or family life417-420Article VI: Every person has the right to establisha family, the basic element of society, and toreceive protection therefore421-423Article VII: All women, during pregnancy andthe nursing period, and all children have the rightto special protection, care and aid424-432Article XVIII: Every person may resort to thecourts to ensure respect for his legal rights433-463Article XXIV: Every person has the right tosubmit respectful petitions to any competent
authority …
 464-475Article XXV: No person may be deprived of hisliberty476-477
 
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Article XXX: It is the duty of every person to aid,support, education and protect his minor children478-481Ratione Materiae 481-484Ratione Personae 485Ratione Temporis 486Ratione Loci 487Time Period in Article 32 488Exhaustion of domestic remedies 489-503 No other international proceeding 504Additional persons/organizations in support 504-506List of ExhibitsINTRODUCTION1.
 
For members of the Organization of American States (OAS) who are not parties to theAmerican Convention on Human Rights, the Commission shall receive and examine any petition thatcontains a denunciation of alleged violations of the human rights set forth in the American Declarationof the Rights and Duties of Man. 1 The procedure followed by the Commission will be those inArticles 28-43 and 45-47 in the Rules of Procedure. 22.
 
According to Article 23 of the Rules of Procedure, any person or group of persons or nongovernmental entity legally recognized in one or more member states may submit petitions to theCommission, on their own behalf or on behalf of third person, concerning alleged violations of thehuman rights recognized in the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man. Said petitionmay be submitted by a designated attorney 3 according to the requirements of Article 28. 4THE NAME, NATIONALITY AND SIGNATURE OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS MAKING THEDENUNCIATION; OR IN CASES WHERE THE PETITION IS A NONGOVERNMENTALENTITY, THE NAME AND SIGNATURE OF ITS LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE(S).3.
 
The following persons and organizations are all citizens of the United States or legallyregistered U.S. nongovernmental entities. The factual situation of each or their interest in this issuewill be briefly described in the fact portion of the petition below. For the organizations, an affidavitwill be attached as an exhibit describing their interest and involvement in this issue and petition.a.
 
Claudine Dombrowski
 – 
Kansas b.
 
Wendy Titelman
 – 
Georgiac.
 
K.A. - California
1 IACHR Rules of Procedure 49.2 IACHR Rules of Procedure 50.3 IACHR Rules of Procedure 50.4 IACHR Rules of Procedure 28.

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