US State Department 2013 Hague Convention Compliance report paints very sad picture on poor performance of Polish judicial system and the corruption, with equally sad attitude of American authorities on that subject.
As expected, the new 2013 Hague Convention compliance report about Poland was a total farce, a predictable display of another ridiculous sham. I could be writing and wasting time getting angry, but …what is the point? This administration’s way of “fixing” the problem by doubling the staff, and “forgetting” the inconvenient truth. American children are worth shit to them, except being a reason for their professional existence and a good source for income.
In the first case, the child’s kidnapper, after being ordered to return it in December 2009, went to hiding. Later appealed the verdict, and in July 2011 (1.5 years later), the case was remanded back to the lower court as a result.
Today, ….1.5 years later… there is still NO DATE SCHEDULED for the process to start from the beginning. It sounds very similar to my case, if you read it, and to many other Polish cases. Corruption, corruption, corruption …
The second case is no better. Continue reading “Hague Convention compliance report-another year, another joke.”
I have not been so diligent in posting the newest compliance reports issued annually by the US state department. One reason, they have been gutted in an unbelievable way. I guess the need to “show results” by the new administration of “hope and change”, with the reality not so optimistic, my and few other cases of children abducted to Poland have been completely ignored.
There is no mentioning about my case in these reports since 2009 report! Other cases have also “been resolved” by the silence. Sure, these children have aged enough, so the Hague Convention law does not apply per se, but the fact that these American children have not been returned to this day by law-breaking Poland, should still matter for the authorities, and be published as such.
You can visit this State Department web page to get the listing of all reports. Continue reading “The list of the Hague Convention Compliance reports by the US State Department”
My last story was on the 2007 Compliance (or rather lack of) Report on Hague Convention Cases, prepared annually by the US State Department for the United States Congress. Here are my thoughts on the newest report. Has anything improved, or do we get another very pretty, but disappointing report, with many unanswered questions? You be the judge.
My last story was on the 2007 Compliance (or rather lack of) Report on Hague Convention Cases prepared by the US State Department. I didn’t realize (the time flies so fast) that the 2008 report was about to be released. Well, I found it today on the State Department web site.
As expected Poland as usual was listed in the top of shame list of countries with a pattern of non-compliance. What does need to do to qualify in such a distinction? Well, the country (such as Poland) has to fail in 2 out of 3 compliance areas:
1. Central Authority performance
2. Judicial performance
3. Law Enforcement performance.
It is almost impossible to fail all free (as the report concludes), and Honduras was the only country that was able to achieve that kind of “excellence” in lawlessness. Continue reading “2008 US State Department Compliance Report is out.”
The latest report published by the U.S. Department of State was issued in April of 2007. Poland was listed as one of 7 countries demonstrating pattern of noncompliance (one step below the ”grand prize winner” of this report – Honduras. Second place is not where any civilized country want to be! Especially, NOT on this list!
The latest report published by the U.S. Department of State was issued in April of 2007. Poland was listed as one of 7 countries demonstrating pattern of noncompliance (one step below the grand prize winner of this report – Honduras.
In secion about Poland the U.S. State Department writes: Continue reading “2006 United States Report on Hague Convention Compliance”
Poland is again listed as a “country of concern” in the congressional 2004 report filed by the US State Department. How does the left behind parent (LBP) to trust the process. It looks that the American government is only good in writting reports, but as far as getting results? The conclusion is obvious – if you want to see your children again, you should take the law into your own hands.
Poland is again listed as a “country of concern” in the congressional 2004 report filed by the US State Department. The most interesting reading is included in the Attachement A and Attachement B
Please read the paragraphs that talk about Poland. How does the left behind parent (LBP) to trust the process. It looks that the government is only good to write reports, but as far as getting results, the conclusion is obvious – if you want to see your children again, you should take the law into your own hands.