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Experiencing the Holidays in a Hero Protective Mother’s World

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As the Holiday season is upon us, many Hero Protective Mothers will be without their precious children. This is a very difficult time of year.
For some Hero Protective Moms, they will have no contact at all with their child(ren). Some moms will drop off presents not knowing if they will be received. Other moms won’t even know what to buy for their beloved child (ren) as they have had so little or no contact that the mom doesn’t even know what presents their own child would like. What music is their child into? What size does their child now wear? What are their favorite colors, books, or toys?

All the beautiful loving traditions once shared cannot be shared anymore; sitting on Santa’s lap, decorating the tree, making x mas cookies for Santa or having that special Hanukkah dinner filled with tradition and symbolism.

What we are feeling, the loss and pain, few can understand . Unless you have been in our shoes- a Hero Protective Mother, you cannot begin to know the depth of the heartache and raw pain that reaches right down to our very souls.

We are their mothers. We grew these babies within us. This fact alone bonds us with them, and they with us like no other bond . We are bonded together beyond time, space, judges, laws, and certainly beyond family court.

The mother-child bond is the strongest there is. Although many may try , it cannot be broken as it is God- given.

Hero Protective Mothers as you go through the Holidays without you precious babies, with empty arms and hurting hearts , this is what we want you to hold onto.

No matter how it looks now, you are bonded to your child. Your heart is their heart. Your souls connect. You are an essential part of each other that cannot be denied.This is a fact. Because of this fact, you cannot be separated forever.

Only evil would try to break this God- given unbreakable bond.

We believe we can overcome this evil. WE will overcome this evil through our unconditional love for our children-the strongest love ever to exist, and one day we will celebrate the holidays as a family once again.

Take care of yourselves Hero Moms,through this difficult time, for one day- we are certain- our child(ren) will understand all our sacrifices, pain and hurt. We believe one day, our children will learn the truth and return home, to our loving arms, where they belong.

Our children will return home to our loving arms, and history will reveal us for the Hero Protective Mothers we truly are.

Until then , know you and your precious children have PMA International’s love , support and understanding, always.

Much Love,
The PMA International Team

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Family Court House Rules

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Corruption in the Courts/Pacourtwatch.com

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The U.S has an epidemic of corruption, which has led to economic decline,and social unrest.For all appearances it is emanating from the Judicial Branch, the part of the government that is expected to have the most integrity. It is no longer just conjecture – as citizen complaints of racketeering and misconduct by members of the Judiciary are rampant across social media. The most difficult part of the situation is that those that are guilty of abusing their power, are in control of addressing these complaints…..
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http://www.pacourtwatch.com/2015/09/25/america-wakes-up-to-find-its-judicial-branch-consumed-by-organized-crime/

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Pictures In The Clouds ( Photography and Quote)/ Unstoppable Mothers

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#2 What hurts you the most about not being in your child’s life

“What hurts me the most about not having you in my life; I miss our lazy, fun summer days by the pond.

While lying near the water, looking up at the sky and listening to the frogs,

we would play our favorite game -finding letters or pictures in the clouds.”

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“Temporary” Custody ( Photography and Quote) / Unstoppable Mothers

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#1 The most outrageous action a judge took in your family court case

“The Judge gave my children’s father temporary custody after I have been the primary placement parent since birth. This “ temporary” custody is two years and counting. My ex was arrested for battery and convicted of DV. All this is perfectly acceptable to this Judge. .. Why?”

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I MISS THE DAYS WHEN WE LIVED AS A FAMILY ( A DAUGHTER’S LETTER AND DRAWING TO HER PROTECTIVE HERO MOM)

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Judge admits to secret communication with attorney about custody order / Fox 54 WXFG

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Fox 54 Investigates: Courts and custody battles

WFXG FOX54 reporter Nick Lulli is digging deeper into the family court system of the Augusta judicial circuit.MORE
First, the Georgia appeals court said that judge misinterpreted law when he denied a Columbia County mother custody. Then, he said he would consider removing himself from the case because the mother’s attorney said he was biased against her.

But, according to court records Judge Daniel “Danny” Craig didn’t do that; instead, he suspended all visitation rights of the mom in addition to admitting to secret communications outside the courtroom with the dad’s attorney, which allowed the father to arrange the kids’ removal from the state. Plus, the two independent custody experts on the case said the mom posed no danger to the children.

Julia Bloodworth, the most recent guardian ad litem on the case, who has two decades worth of experience with children, in an affidavit said the judge coordinated his plans with the father’s attorney to remove the children from Augusta, without the mom, the guardian, or her attorney even knowing the kids were gone from school.

The Columbia County mother is revealing her face because she wants the community to understand what she calls injustice.

In a September order, Judge Craig said her children’s expression of being “afraid and concerned” to live with their mom was “comparatively profound.”

But Judge Craig never presented any evidence in his order of physical or emotional abuse, and the guardian ad litem said she never saw any either.

“No, no, I was not abusing our children,” said the mother. “We had a guardian ad litem. She says in her affidavit she spent more time working with our family then any other in her two decades of experience, and there was no concern by her.”

Days after the the most recent order, guardian Julia Bloodworth filed an affidavit with the court.

In it – she said, “In all of my conversations with them, including many phone calls with [the son], neither of the children ever acted or sounded as if they were afraid of their mother or concerned for their personal welfare at their mother’s home.” In addition, Bloodworth said it may have been the father who was “manipulating” them through the use of parental alienation – allegations the father’s attorney denies.

Bloodworth said she wasn’t involved in the drafting of the order at all, which she feels, may go against her contract and order written and signed by the very same judge.

“The guardian who knew our family wasn’t allowed to speak,” said the mother. “She wasn’t heard. And that was the whole point of her being assigned to our case.”

In the order, Judge Craig admits to calling one of the the father’s three attorney days before the order was issued to make sure the father would be in Augusta for the execution of the order, which would allow him to move the children to Ohio, denying the mom a hearing that’s required under Georgia law.

I asked the mom, “the guardian ad litem didn’t know? You didn’t know? Only your ex-husband’s attorneys?”

“And Judge Danny Craig,” said mom said.

But Judge Craig signed a certificate of service swearing he’d served all parties with his order before filing it with the clerk’s office. The clerk’s office time stamp shows it being clocked in at 11:50 in the morning, while Judge Craig’s fax time stamp shows it didn’t get sent to the mom’s attorney until nearly three and a half hours later.

“Our children were already gone out of school, before my attorney was notified,” said the mother. “We didn’t know. We were the last to know.”

That’s right: the mom sent her kids to school, and she didn’t know they were gone until they didn’t get off the school bus.

“[I am] stunned, even though so much has happened that didn’t seem right,” the mother said. “It’s still shocking that it was this blatant.”

Judge Craig said he can’t comment on this case because it’s an active case.

But one of the attorney’s for the surgeon ex-husband did agree to speak on the case during an on the record meeting at her Augusta law firm.

Barbara Barnett ‘Bobi’ Claridge disagrees with the assertion her behavior is considered improper because during the phone call the judge only said:

“Have your client here on a date certain; tell me what that day is.”

Claridge said she was not aware the judge didn’t make the same phone call to the mom’s attorney.

“I do not know if he did or did not relate that information to Ms. Portnoy,” said Claridge.

I then asked if she knew the children were gone before the mom’s side even knew; Claridge said she did.

“I was aware the order was issued, my client was told to pick them, and did so,” said Claridge.

Upon further investigation into this case, we found in court documents that a previous psychologist guardian also hired by Judge Craig to determine custody for the same children in this case also recommended the children remain in the mother’s care.

According to the final divorce order in that case, Judge Craig also “found” that there was no evidence in favor of the mom, thereby totally denying the existence of that psychologist which he had appointed.

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March 19, 2015 at 9:39 am

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