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VAWA - Title 2 - The Entire MISSING Section of the VAWA Identifying Use of PAS Legal Strategies as Violence Against Women Which Endangers Children

VAWA - Title 2 - The Entire MISSING Section of the VAWA Identifying Use of PAS Legal Strategies as Violence Against Women Which Endangers Children

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VAWA - Title 2 - The entire MISSING section of the VAWA identifying use of PAS legal strategies as violence against women which endangers children. Parental Alienation Syndrome, PA, PAS, PACA, PAD

This is the 1997 ENTIRE SECTION that was REMOVED from VAWA on behalf of the FATHER RIGHTS ?Abuser Rights Lobbyist.

Contact Legislature/Senators: http://www.senate.gov/...
And all others here: http://www.usa.gov/Con...

Packet to Send to Legislatures
Copy of Resolution 2466 : http://j.mp/Luj3ay
Deleted VAWA - Title Two: http://j.mp/L8U12g

Report of the American Psychological Association Presidential Task Force On Violence And The Family
ISSUES AND DILEMMAS IN FAMILY VIOLENCE Issue 5 http://j.mp/MIfDbu

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Question:
What happened to the entire section of the VAWA addressing PAS (essentially identifying use of PAS legal strategies as violence against women which endangers children).

Answer:
THAT is the question that NOBODY is willing to answer, not even the Administration which includes the main person who originally introduced VAWA.
If you read the resolution I posted, that is what prompted me to get Fairfax, CA to enact Resoluton 2466.
http://www.nafcj.net/fairfax.htm

The crazy thing is that *I*, yes little old ME from a dinky little town, not a legislator, not a lawyer, and doing this entirely with my own time at my own expense, seem to have been the first person in the country (!!!), that is other than the legislators who introduced VAWA, American Psychological Association Task Force members (Yes, the APA ORIGINALLY did condemn PAS) and FRsters (Why do you think they are so against the VAWA -- it would have sent all of these psychos and f**kers to prison), to have identified this. But, all of the so-called advocates were so busy furthering their own agendas -- and lining their own pockets.

Special Thanks to Cindy Ross
http://www.nafcj.net/fairfax.htm
and NOW
http://www.now.org/issues/violence/vawa/title2.pdf#search=%22VAWA%20section%20201%20parental%20alienation%22
VAWA - Title 2 - The entire MISSING section of the VAWA identifying use of PAS legal strategies as violence against women which endangers children. Parental Alienation Syndrome, PA, PAS, PACA, PAD

This is the 1997 ENTIRE SECTION that was REMOVED from VAWA on behalf of the FATHER RIGHTS ?Abuser Rights Lobbyist.

Contact Legislature/Senators: http://www.senate.gov/...
And all others here: http://www.usa.gov/Con...

Packet to Send to Legislatures
Copy of Resolution 2466 : http://j.mp/Luj3ay
Deleted VAWA - Title Two: http://j.mp/L8U12g

Report of the American Psychological Association Presidential Task Force On Violence And The Family
ISSUES AND DILEMMAS IN FAMILY VIOLENCE Issue 5 http://j.mp/MIfDbu

###
Question:
What happened to the entire section of the VAWA addressing PAS (essentially identifying use of PAS legal strategies as violence against women which endangers children).

Answer:
THAT is the question that NOBODY is willing to answer, not even the Administration which includes the main person who originally introduced VAWA.
If you read the resolution I posted, that is what prompted me to get Fairfax, CA to enact Resoluton 2466.
http://www.nafcj.net/fairfax.htm

The crazy thing is that *I*, yes little old ME from a dinky little town, not a legislator, not a lawyer, and doing this entirely with my own time at my own expense, seem to have been the first person in the country (!!!), that is other than the legislators who introduced VAWA, American Psychological Association Task Force members (Yes, the APA ORIGINALLY did condemn PAS) and FRsters (Why do you think they are so against the VAWA -- it would have sent all of these psychos and f**kers to prison), to have identified this. But, all of the so-called advocates were so busy furthering their own agendas -- and lining their own pockets.

Special Thanks to Cindy Ross
http://www.nafcj.net/fairfax.htm
and NOW
http://www.now.org/issues/violence/vawa/title2.pdf#search=%22VAWA%20section%20201%20parental%20alienation%22

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TITLE II—LIMITING THE EF-
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FECTS OF VIOLENCE ON
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CHILDREN
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SEC. 201. FINDINGS.
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(1) Witnessing domestic violence has a dev-
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astating impact on children, placing them at high
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risk for anxiety, depression, substance abuse and
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suicide. These children may exhibit more aggressive,
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antisocial, fearful, and inhibited behaviors.
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(2) Children exposed to domestic violence often
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have problems in school.
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(3) Domestic violence is strongly correlated
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 with child abuse. Studies have found that between
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50 and 70 percent of men who abuse their female
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partners also abuse their children.
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(4) Boys who witness parental abuse during
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their childhood are at a higher risk of being phys-
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ically aggressive in dating and marital relationships.
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(5) Girls are 3 times as likely as boys to be vic-
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tims of sexual abuse.
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(6) Children often fail to report child sexual
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abuse because of the fear that disclosure will bring
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 worse consequences than being victimized again, in-
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cluding consequences from the family, feeling guilty 
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for consequences to the perpetrator, and fear of sub-
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F:\ MDB\ 97COMM\ JUD\ MSPAK2.002
February 12, 1998 (6:07 p.m.)
 
2sequent retaliation from the perpetrator. Victims
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may also feel that the abuse is their fault.
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(7) Women are at an increased risk of harm
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after separation from an abusive partner. Up to 75
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percent of all domestic assaults reported to law en-
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forcement agencies were inflicted after the separa-
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tion of the couple.
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(8) Children are also at increased risk of harm
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during separation. In 1 study, 34 percent of women
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in shelters and callers to hotlines reported threats of 
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kidnapping, 11 percent reported that the batterer
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had kidnapped the child for some period, and 21
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percent reported that threats of kidnapping forced
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the victim to return to the batterer.
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(9) According to a 1996 report by the American
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Psychological Association (APA), which Congress
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 views as authoritative on matters of domestic vio-
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lence and child custody and visitation determina-
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tions, custody and visitation disputes are more fre-
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quent when there is a history of domestic violence.
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Further, fathers who batter mothers are twice as
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likely to seek sole custody of their children and they 
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may misuse the legal system as a forum for continu-
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ing abuse through harassing and retaliatory legal ac-
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tions.
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February 12, 1998 (6:07 p.m.)
 
3(10) The need for supervised visitation centers
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far exceeds the number of available programs, re-
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sulting in courts ordering unsupervised visitation
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and endangering parents and children.
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(11) One-third of high school and college age
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students experience violence with an intimate part-
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ner.
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(12) A 1992 study concluded that being abused
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or neglected in childhood increases the likelihood of 
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arrest for girls and women by 77 percent.
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(13) Although courts should diligently protect
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the interests of both parents in frequent and con-
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tinuing contact with their children, in the case where
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1 parent has committed domestic violence against
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the other parent, protection of the other parent and
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the children is a vital consideration that should take
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precedence.
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(14) Every State has legislation or judicial deci-
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sions that base its custody determinations on what
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is in the best interests of the child, and the vast ma-
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 jority of States include considerations of domestic vi-
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olence as a factor in determining the best interests
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of the child.
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(15) The National Council of Juvenile and
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Family Court Judges includes the option of super-
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February 12, 1998 (6:07 p.m.)

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