After many years in court, a degree in law I am appalled at the courts in New Jersey. A mom who shall remain nameless has spent her life fighting injustice of bribery and corruption. They appear to turn a blind eye to facts and videos proving allegations of abuse. A child in the midst of this was promised, by the one and only official in my opinion who has done their job, safety. Safety is the last thing she has gotten.
This father has tried to send the child to electroshock therapy boot camp. Simply because she told of his alleged abuse. She watches silently as her mom fights desperately for anyone to listen. The judge has allowed her millionaire ex to take her house for his bills for experts. Proof of these bills or receipts has yet to be shown. He makes claims and checks are written. We should all got there as I think Elvis owes me 100 million cause I love his music and am in duress because he died.
I have seen youtube video of this man bribing a judge. The fact that she did the right thing and turned it in makes her now unworthy of an attorney in their opinions. No one will touch her case in fear of fathers money and retribution. If you're not corrupt, you have nothing to fear. Since when is doing right thing wrong. The fathers attorney was most recently allowed to lunge at her physically scaring this women into an anxiety attack in the court room. I have read New Jersey assault definition and says that creating fear of imminent harm is assault. Not to mention the obvious attorney behavior is unethical.
These things are just the tip of the iceberg. Any steps taken to get help or report have been ignored. I have seen many judges of late in media for the same thing in New Jersey. The question comes to mind of when they were removed from United States. Since I cannot find information to confirm their removal, it is a safe conclusion they have to follow the constitution and state law. The constitution gives us many rights among them violated have been due process and equal protection. Check out other blogs about case at http://hudjudge.blogspot.com.