Rzecznik Praw Obywatelskich chce kasacji w sprawach Konwencji Haskiej.

Być może i dobrze. Do tej pory byłem przeciwnikiem tego dodatkowego kroku apelacyjnego, bo wierzyłem ze w sądach polskich niższego szczebla pracują profesjonaliści, a wydłużanie procesu związanego z oddaniem uprowadzonego dziecka powinien być jak najkrótszy. Ostatnie decyzje z którymi miałem okazję się zapoznać zmieniły moją opinię. Coraz częściej sędziowie z prowincji, i nie tylko, wiedząc, że ich decyzje są niezaskarżalne, uprawiają świadomy terroryzm prawny w imieniu prawa, z uśmiechem na twarzy. Lokalne kliki prawników handlują sprawami, a wydawane decyzje nie mają nic wspólnego z realiami i postanowieniami podpisanych konwencji. Skąd to wiem? Już nieżyjący dziennikarz, a bliski znajomy moje ex-teściowej, napisał o tym wielki artykuł w znanej gazecie pomorskiej. Jego spytajcie. Nigdy nie został za to pozwany!

Jak zwykle, obecny RPO Marek Michalak nie zaskoczył mnie ze swoją dwulicową głupotą. Raczej ją potwierdził. Ale to zupełnie inny temat, na inny czas. Pan “doktór” stwierdził bowiem, że szybkie wydawanie decyzji o powrotach porywanych dzieci jest … ZŁE, NIEDOPUSZCZALNE! To, że w samej konwencji słowo “niezwłocznie” zostało użyte 7 razy w dodatku do “Dla osiągnięcia tego wykorzystają one dostępne sposoby postępowania w nagłych wypadkach.” czyli art 2. tego prawnika de jour nie obchodzi. To są “nieistotne, bezprzedmiotowe detale”.

RPO opowiedział się przeto za legalizacją nielegalnych uprowadzeń rodzicielskich z czysto szowinistycznych i populistycznych ( i nie mam tu namyśli demokracji) pobudek. Jego pozycja w obecnej sytuacji politycznej w Polsce jest niewesoła ze względu na jego radykalne poglądy pro-LGBT, więc tutaj wyraźnie stara się załagodzić swój spór z obecnie panującym reżimem partii Prawa i Sprawiedliwości.

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Rochester Man, Abducted as a Child By His Mother, Advocates For Tougher Laws

Rochester Man, Abducted as a Child By His Mother, Advocates For Tougher Laws
By Seth VoorheesUpdated Tuesday, May 19, 2015

ALBANY, N.Y. — A Rochester man who suffered through parental abduction as a child was in Albany on Tuesday to fight for tougher laws that will prevent other children going through a similar trauma.Scott Berne is pushing for tougher legislation against parental abductions.  “My mother did not serve one day of jail time for kidnapping me,” Berne said. “Thirty years ago, it’s the same law.  It’s a slap on the wrist.””This is an issue with enormous long term consequences for children,” said Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer, D-Yonkers.Berne joined and state Sen. Patty Ritchie, co-sponsors of the Custodial Interference/Recovery of Missing Children Act.”It really changes the dynamic pretty dramatically, and it puts us in a better position to protect kids when those laws are enhanced,” said Ed Suk, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.According to the Justice Department, 200,000 children are abducted by their parents each year in the U.S., but in New York state, it’s just a misdemeanor.”During those two years, we changed names constantly, didn’t go to school, had no friends, faced constant abuse from her,” Berne said.

My children are still too young to “get it”. They are still living in a delusional world, and believe that their mother actually cares for them. Well, nobody can’t be helped in situation when emotions compete with truth and facts.

My and many other children will have to arrive to the truth on their own.

As far as I am concerned?  I really don’t care what my children think any more.

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Manalapan man adds testimony to Congressional abduction case

Mary Troyan, USA TODAY 12:38 p.m. EDT June 12, 2015(Photo: ASBURY PARK PRESS FILE PHOTO)

WASHINGTON – A new law meant to pressure countries to return children abducted from the U.S. by a parent isn’t being implemented properly, according to a Tennessee man whose ex-wife took the couple’s children to Japan six years ago.Christopher Savoie, who lived in Franklin when his children were taken in 2009, told a House subcommittee on Thursday that State Department officials don’t advocate aggressively enough for parents victimized in such scenarios.”Their primary mandate, as they see it, is to maintain good relations with strategic allies such as Japan,” Savoie said. “And this is in direct conflict with the interests of our children.”The Sean and David Goldman International Child Abduction Prevention and Return Act requires the State Department to track such parental abductions, identify countries with unresolved cases, and employ sanctions against those with poor records.Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., questioned the accuracy of the first State Department compliance report. It does not include Japan among offenders, even though the country has about 50 unresolved cases.

This is a VERY typical attitude not just by this administration – other countries break the Convention, that THEY agreed to, and the US State Department simply sweeps these cases under the rug. Sometimes for political expediency, sometimes because of simple “we-don’t-care” attitude, but always asking for more funding. I hope rep. Chris Smith and others put some fire under the responsible bureaucrats in Washington. They should care more about living American Children, then pirated Hollywood DVDs.

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Eileen Clark is finally back in US to face justice; released after guilty plea.

As Eileen Clark finally had to face the music in US, the federal prosecutors decided to go easy on parental abductor. They let her plea guilty and …. sent her home, as if nothing of last 20 years actions had no meaning. Disgusting.

Heathrow T5 - fot. by Warren Rohner

A peace of good news that happened 3 months ago, that I missed  – an article from July of this year, about a mother who finally is facing justice in America for act of parental abduction. It is another followup post  to a story that I have already wrote about in the past.

Finally, Eileen Clark, the kidnapper of her own children, who was on the run for 20 was extradited to US and is facing the musing in American Court in Albuquerque, where she faced federal charges related to international child abduction. She was handed over to US marshals at the Heathrow Airport on July 3rd, and immediately flowed to US for prosecution.

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When well meaning people get duped into helping lairs – 2012 Parental abduction from Australia epilogue

 

Melissa and Troy Thomson duped by a kindapper

Not so long ago, I wrote a post praising Australian TV show “60 minutes” about the impartial coverage of international child abduction of 4 children by an Australian mother Laura Garrett from their their Italian father  Tommaso Vincenti.

Yesterday, I stumbled upon the followup broadcast by the same reporter,Tara Brown, which uncovers how evil and manipulating the mother really was. It was published at the end of 2013. The shocking part (not for me though) was about how other Australian family, Melissa and Troy Thomson decided to get involved and help the “poor” mother. The family, which helped to organize financial help for the kidnapper, how they help to stage the media dramatic events, how their teenage daughter coached Tommaso’s daughters to stage “spontaneous” outbursts of rage  for the only purpose – gain public sympathy, shock the TV viewers. All, to prevent the return to Italy.

In the interview, Melissa Thomson admits regret in helping Garrett. “I was made part of this by deception.” Both Melissa and Troy acknowledged that thanks to their actions Laura received tens of thousands of dollars for legal defense.  What happened to all of the money? Who knows. Continue reading “When well meaning people get duped into helping lairs – 2012 Parental abduction from Australia epilogue”