UKA/Council/Family Court/Police Collude: Endanger Children
BOYCOTT UK Athletics for endangering children! [See below]
“Vicky’s ex-husband was found guilty of sexual misconduct with a minor by UK Athletics, resulting in a ban from coaching children…In failing to publicly report the ban, UK Athletics, Doncaster Council and Family Court have caused children in the community to be left at risk, including Vicky’s daughter…
…In 2014, Doncaster Council had suceeded in getting a no-contact order for Vicky and her daughter as a result of her attempts to protect her daughter from sexual abuse by her ex; therefore, any evidence that goes to prove Vicky’s innocence and the wrongful removal of her child would have to be buried—which is precisely what has occurred.”
- Legal commentator
"There has been a determined effort to deprive me of a mother-daughter relationship, where the Court has ensured that I am completely separated from her. My daughter has lost out on her grandmother, her younger sister and all of her maternal family for 9 years. I don't want my daughters losing their children like I did. This biased system has to stop with this generation.”
- Vicky Haigh
UK’s most famous Protective Mum, Vicky Haigh, recently discovered that UK Athletics had banned her ex in 2015 from coaching children, after he sexually groomed and stalked a child, a criminal offense which often leads to sexual assault.
UK Athletics (UKA), Family Court Judge Annabel Carr, and Doncaster Council have colluded in covering up the ban, so parents are left in the dark and children are endangered. Doncaster Council (likely at the direction and complicity of Family Court) pressured UKA to not publish the ban, which is the usual procedure.
Nobody informed Vicky that her ex had been banned, even though she still holds parental rights. Vicky has not been allowed to have contact with her daughter for the last nine years, due to Family Court deeming her reports of child sexual abuse by her ex being deemed lies. Vicky found out about the ban when Doncaster Council filed a motion to discharge their care orders on her daughter. She launched a battle to regain custody, but Judge Carr, fully aware of the ban, approved the discharge and continued sole custody with the perpetrator.
Judge Carr has enabled “Stockholming” (creating a trauma bond with a perpetrator) and coercive persuasion (brainwashing) of Vicky’s daughter to convince her that her her mother is a liar and her father is the victim. This is a common occurrence in Family Court to help fathers keep control and punish their exes.
The South Yorkshire police have also been complicit in the cover up. They used the illogical excuse that the victim was busy with testing and was not available for trial. The same officer who helped cover up the abuse when Vicky’s daughter was five was involved with this new phase of the cover up.
It is obvious why all these systems are all colluding to cover up the ban: it supports Vicky's long-time stance that her ex is a child sexual abuser and that Family Court was wrong in removing her daughter from her custody. They may be liable for defamation and wrong-doing. Vicky may be considering suing them, and she should for all the pain she and her daughter have endured. Also, the revelation would draw public attention to the systemic agenda to conceal abuse by fathers.
Doncaster Council used an absurd justification for concealing the ban: that it would "upset" Vicky’s daughter to publish it. Yet they were placing her at risk leaving her under the control of the perpetrator she had reported sexual abuse by when she was five.
It is common in sexual abuse cases to justify concealing evidence of abuse from the public and media by claiming it is necessary to protect the child, when it is actually done to keep the public from knowing the truth. That is why a new system is necessary, one that is open and provides due process and protection for children.
UKA MUST PUBLISH THE BAN!
The public should be informed about bans on coaches so they can decide if they want their children around a perpetrator. The only place the father is required to be supervised is at UKA events which leaves other children at risk.
There is a famous U.S. case, in which the mother had also gone to jail and had been on supervised visits for six years after reporting sexual abuse by the father. He molested his daughter’s friends and was sentenced to prison, and she finally got custody returned. https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2014/8/25/1324443/-Judge-I-Gave-a-Child-Molester-Custody-of-His-Daughter
Please boycott of all UKA facilities, activities and events until they agree to publish the ban against Vicky’s ex and future bans against all perpetrators.
CONTACT UKA CHAIR Chris Clark
Let Mr. Clark know you are outraged UKA has not published the ban on Vicky Haigh’s ex-husband, and that he should immediately publish it. It is the public’s right to know. [Note: Mr. Clark was not the Chair when the cover up began.]
PHONE: 0121 713 8400
[Note: It is TWC policy to not publish names or pictures of fathers who are abusive or have wrongly taken custody away from mothers, but you can click on the link to the biased Daily Mail article which sides with him.]
Like millions of mothers around the world, Vicky Haigh had her daughter unjustly removed from her custody after she was falsely found to be lying and alienating, hence emotionally abusive to her daughter. A no contact order was issued after which Vicky ran into her child at a petrol station and greeted her. She was sentenced to three years in prison, a draconian punishment meted out to a woman who dared challenge male authority in the family. After Vicky was released from prison, she moved out of the UK, but she has never stopped fighting for her daughter, who she has not been allowed to see for 9 years.
Video of speech by Vicky about the Family Court crisis:
Explosive New Revelations in Victoria Haigh Interview
Vicky Haigh Speaks About Family Court Crisis in New Interview
Daily Mail article siding with the father:
Racehorse trainer previously jailed for approaching her daughter during bitter custody battle now banned from contacting the ten-year-old for three years
[Pictured: UKA Chair Chris Clark (top left); Judge Annabel Carr (bottom left); Vicky Haigh (right)]
Dana, a Russian-American mother of three, was sentenced in Kansas District Court to 7 years in prison, plus three more years under surveillance in the U.S. Currently her children remain in Russia with her family.
Dana's trial was unfair and biased, as Dana’s affirmative defense for taking her children to Russia was sabotaged by the judge’s ruling that prohibited evidence of physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse by her ex from getting to the jury.
The incredible irony here is that the prosecutor charged Dana with extortion, while simultaneously extorting her via the children. She was offered a deal if she agreed to return the children to her ex. The family court often uses the complicit criminal justice system to keep a father in control after divorce.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Representative Ron Estes are still trying to compel Russia to return the children to the father. This kind of State involvement has never, and would never, occur if it were a mother trying to get her children back from a father who had taken children to his native country.
It is not likely a coincidence that this sentence is long enough to ensure Dana will miss her children’s entire childhoods. This is the ultimate punishment for a woman who dares challenge the father’s authority.
Previous Facebook post with more info about Dana’s case:
Mom Convicted: Facing 43 Years in Prison
News coverage in Russia:
NOTE: TWC is not linking to U.S. mainstream media coverage because it is not objective; they do not tell Dana's side of the story.
[Pictured: Dana and children about 5 years ago]
“I am terrified for my family's safety…We are all terrified to disobey my husband. I know that filing for divorce and filing this motion will enrage him. I know he will retaliate by trying to harm me in some way.”
- Protective Mom Jennifer in court filing
Jennifer, a loving mother of 5, ranging in age from 8 to 13, has been missing for over a week and is feared dead. The missing persons investigation turned criminal after blood, and evidence of a clean-up, was discovered at her home.
Despite credible and corroborated reports that her ex is seriously abusive and that she justifiably feared for her children’s and her lives, the judge denied a protective order and granted joint custody.
Her ex reportedly threatened to kill her, threatened to kidnap the children, and engaged in controlling, volatile and delusional behavior. It was only after the father violated the custody order by allowing a romantic partner to stay at his house, that the judge restricted the father’s visitation.
The children are staying with their maternal grandparents right now, but the father has filed an emergency motion for the children to be returned to him. It will be heard on Wednesday at the Stamford Family Court at 10 am. Hopefully this time the judge will finally rule in the best interests of the children and protect them.
Jennifer has been forced to endure custody battles for over two years. It is the Coalition’s position that any woman who is a victim of abuse by her ex, or whose children are victims, should automatically be granted sole custody, and the father’s visits supervised. This is not only in the best interests of children, which is prevailing law, it would deter men’s violence against their exes.
The problem is that judges are wrongly finding that there is not preponderance of evidence of abuse when it easily reaches that burden of proof. That is why we need a new system. See the proposed new custody court system in which juries decide custody in a "real" civil court: https://www.womenscoalitioninternational.org/the-solution.html
FOLLOWING are excerpts from:
Jennifer Dulos feared her estranged husband
A mother of five children who went missing last week said she feared her estranged husband would harm her in retaliation for her attempting to gain full custody of their children in a divorce case that began two years ago, according to court documents.
… Much of the often fierce divorce battle with her husband, Fotis Dulos, has centered on custody of their five children, who are between the ages of 8 and 13, including two pairs of twins. While the divorce is still in litigation, Jennifer Dulos has been awarded [primary] physical custody of the children after a judge last year found Fotis Dulos to be an unhealthy influence on the children.
… Documents from the divorce proceedings reveal that Jennifer Dulos claimed her husband was verbally abusive and she worried he would attempt to take their children from her.
“I am afraid of my husband,” reads an affidavit tied to an order of custody filed in June 2017. “I know that filing for divorce and filing this motion will enrage him. I know he will retaliate by trying to harm me in some way.”
In the affidavit, Jennifer Dulos claimed Fotis Dulos had exhibited “irrational, unsafe, bullying, threatening and controlling behavior.”
The document says, “I am afraid for my safety and the physical safety and emotional well-being of our minor children.”
… The affidavit from Jennifer Dulos also stated that Fotis Dulos had threatened to kidnap the children and take them to his native Greece or somewhere else. He told Jennifer Dulos, “You will never find us,” according to the document.
… Jennifer Dulos said she grew increasingly afraid of her husband after he purchased a handgun about two years ago.
“I am terrified for my family’s safety, especially since discovering the gun, since my husband has a history of controlling, volatile and delusional behavior,” the affidavit says.
Jennifer Dulos feared her estranged husband
Daily Mail article:
Missing Connecticut mom's disappearance is now being treated as a HOMICIDE after blood is found at her home
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Protective Mom Nashwa was found dead the day after Mother’s Day. It is unknown whether she committed suicide, as the cause of death has not been released. She had told a friend that she could not live in a world where she could not protect her boys, but other friends say she was not suicidal and would never have left her boys alone with their father.
The Women’s Coalition posted about Nashwa’s case last August [linked below]. Despite a tremendous amount of evidence that her ex was sexually abusing her 6 year-old twins, Judge Joan Ryon accused Nashwa of lying and coaching the boys, and gave sole custody to the father. The boys would cry on visits when they had to leave her, not understanding why they could not stay with their mother, who they wanted to live with.
Nashwa’s case fits the pattern of thousands, perhaps millions around the world, where Family Court judges disregard evidence of abuse by fathers and falsely accuse mothers of lying. Women and children are suffering immensely as a result of this institutionalized entitling of men and discrimination against women.
Please join us in our fight for a new system that provides for due process and ensures the true “best interests of the children”: www.WomensCoalitionInternational.org
PREVIOUS post with more info:
Maryland Judge Disregards “Extraordinary Amount of Evidence”
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/nashwa.holt
VIDEO of Nashwa’s son reportedly telling her about abuse:
Failure To Protect: Air Force Handling Of Colonel's Child Sex Assault Charges Raises Questions
Young Boys Allegedly Abused By Air Force Colonel Now In His Sole Custody
LETTER from U.S. Representatives requesting action:
COMMENT on TWC post:
"My husband represented [Nashwa] the mom of two 6-year-old boys who were allegedly being abused by their father, a decorated, high-ranking officer in the Air Force. Even with everything from medical records, to photographs, to videos, it was decided that it was not enough to take him to [military/criminal] court.
Who would believe 2 little boys and a frantic and hysterical mom when the accused is a US war hero? No one. She couldn't even get a day in court. The details of this case is so disturbing and I had a hard time accepting that this is happening in the US. They depicted the mom as delusional and vindictive.
That the mom, who a Harvard graduated anesthesiologist, was not reliable. That she was smart enough to brainwash her boys and that she coached them into saying what they did. Last fall the [family] court granted full custody of both boys to the father...even with the boys crying and saying that "daddy" hurts them. They allowed her visitation rights. And each time she saw them...they were thinner...they were wearing dirty clothes. She took pictures.
I have heard this mom. I've heard her cry. I've heard her call my husband at all hours of the night, pleading with him to not stop fighting for them. This was the one case that kept him up night after night. The last time I heard her...months ago, I remember hearing her she say that she didn't want to live in a world where she couldn't protect her boys.
Yesterday was Mother's Day. My husband texted her to wish her and to tell her that she is an amazing mother and to not give up. But she had lost all hope in our justice system...in humanity itself.
We got word a few hours ago that she committed suicide. Like she said, she couldn't live in a world where she couldn't protect her boys.
TWC NOTE: It is not because Nashwa's husband is a war hero that he got custody. This is happening to millions of women. It's because he is the father and there is an agenda to keep fathers empowered over women and children after separation or divorce."
Cindy Dumas, M.A. has been researching, writing, and raising awareness about the Custody Crisis since 2003, when she was unable to protect her children from their abusive father. She fled into hiding when Family Court failed her and was tricked into returning home, when her children were given to their abusive father.