Message from discussion Father to plead GUILTY for KIDNAPPING
From: Mark Evans <m...@anacon.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Father to plead GUILTY for KIDNAPPING
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Max Burke <mlvbu...@deleteme.co.nz> wrote:
>>Victoria "Lee" wrote in message <374fd180.705...@news.netdirect.net>...
>>Er, perhaps you shouldn't assume I don't know about the entire case
>>before I posted. I knew about the case and that's one of the reasons
>>I wrote what I did.
> Well, perhaps you can explain in a recent documentary I saw of the case, and
> when Larry King interviewed the daughters and the father, and the mother (on
> different programs) the daughters have stated time and time again they
> absolutely want nothing to do with their mother, and fully support their
> father in the way he had raised them for most of their lives....
> And lets NOT forget both daughters are now old enough to decide for
> themselves [legally] what they want to do, what with them being adults and
> So we have to ask just why this mother is not only pushing for a kidnapping
> conviction of the father but is also trying to get court enforced orders
We also have to ask why the mother, who is a third party to the issue,
can have any influence at all.
> made against the daughter forcing them to at the very least allow the mother
> visitation, at worst wanting the daughters to live with her to make up the
> for the years she supposedly lost....
Sounds like a kind of "anti-restraining order" do such things exist?