Bill Windsor (Lawless America) : “Family Courts Put Wonderful Mothers in Insane Asylums”

 I have always said… Family Court is Legally Insane!
On Nov. 11, 2015, Bill Windsor posted the following message:
Bill Windsor, Producer and Director of “Lawless America…The Movie”, is going to write a big article about what’s wrong with family courts and the proposals of the Lawless America family to alleviate most of the problems.

FAMILY COURTS PUT WONDERFUL MOTHERS IN INSANE ASYLUMS. THIS MUST STOP.

The Family Courts in America are horribly broken. It is a great big money machine. And the victims are children, mothers, fathers, grandparents, and families.

Maybe some fathers get sent to Insane Asylums, but I have never heard of one — only mothers who are not crazy as far as I can tell. Psychiatrists get paid a fortune for doing court-ordered psychological evaluations. Who can believe that so many women who get into custody battles are automatically deemed unstable enough to need a psych eval? I don’t believe it for a second.

I personally have interviewed absolutely wonderful, normal mothers who have been put through this HELL.

The only thing insane is this criminal racketeering enterprise disguised as Family Court.

The jails are full of people waiting to stand trial, and the prisons are full of people with medical problems (drugs and alcohol). Mental institutions are apparently filled with mothers who simply want to protect their children.

If all the mothers would join together, they could fix this. I recommend PMA – Protective Mothers Alliance. There are just as many bogus “mother’s groups” as there are bad judges. I know Janice Levinson and PMA, and I know they have the right intentions.

Ask people you come in contact with if they realized that local courts were putting mothers into Insane Asylums when they are involved in a custody battle. The average person will be shocked.

Then ask them if they were aware that government “officials” routinely strip parents of their parental rights — take their name(s) off their children’s birth certificates.

Only in in Lawless America.

Fathers get victimized as much as mothers in Family Court. Very often, it is the mother (ex-wife) who lies her a$$ off to screw the Dad. Testilying is a disease in courts worse than Ebola. The vindictiveness of mothers against fathers and fathers against mothers is sickening.

Fathers get sent to jail for non-payment of child support. Sorry, but I don’t think that should be a crime. Fathers and mothers should pay fair child support as long as they have the ability, but they shouldn’t go to prison if they can’t pay.

We need jury trials in Family Court. Take the power to destroy lives out of the hands of a single, easily-corrupted judge, and put that power in the hands of a jury composed of half men and half women.

Written by Bill Windsor, Producer and Director of “Lawless America…The Movie”.

Here is a video in which Bill Windsor presents Proposed Legislation for Family Courtshttps://youtu.be/mWWA2FXyEU4

Seems there is a shortage of places to care for the real mentally illhttp://www.sctimes.com/…/resources-strained-menta…/32474905/

Bill Windsor knows lawlessness and corruption first-hand. Here’s a summary of his storyhttp://lawlessamerica.com/index.php

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About Emily Court

It takes "Just Us" To Fight Injustice in Family Court. I blog to raise awareness about problems existing in the family court system, and use my own story as a personal example of how the systemic failures in family court, and the Guardian ad Litem Program, affect families, in an effort to encourage needed reform. "Emily Court" is a survivor of domestic violence and homelessness working to create a better life for her children, in a stable home free of violence. In her efforts to rebuild her life, she has not only encountered harassment and intimidation from her alleged abuser but faced systematic failures in family court that have empowered her alleged abuser and put her children at risk. Emily is fighting to keep her kids safe, and bring them home. Through writing and blogging, Emily is working to raise awareness about domestic violence, and the urgent need for family court reform. She is currently working on a memoir titled "'Til Prayers Are Answered".
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5 Responses to Bill Windsor (Lawless America) : “Family Courts Put Wonderful Mothers in Insane Asylums”

  1. ladyportia27 says:

    In Ireland all mothers are deemed feeble minded/mentally ill and judges are groomed to believe this, but mothers have no idea of this.We are advised here never to report vioence or child rape or loose custody- so it keeps the abuse hidden. Judges etc also groomed to believe that child rape does no harm to children due to Kinsey BS.

  2. GEM says:

    My daughter married 10 years ago. She and her husband had 3 beautiful children. They moved to Florida. Her husband was a general manager at a hotel. My daughter was home every day alone with the kids in a town called “H—“. This town was kind of like a “ghost town”. The grocery store was 8 miles away. She was home every day with the kids with no transportation, except a bike with a child carrier.

    She had recently given birth to her 3rd child. Her husband made my daughter do everything – take out the garbage, cook, wash, take care of kids, etc. He would come home from work and flop on the couch. He didn’t shovel or mow grass. He basically was keeping my daughter in captivity.

    My daughter started getting mentally ill and has bipolar disorder. My daughter and her youngest child came to our state of Wisconsin, where my daughter got help, while we watched our youngest grandson.

    My daughter got better. She and her husband moved in with his parents in Minnesota. Her mother-in-law is extremely manipulative. She told my daughter she couldn’t move in until she stayed at group home first of the mother-in-law’s choosing. Later my daughter and her husband moved out and rented a home in Minnesota. Her husband was now a general manager at another hotel. He was fired. My daughter helped him pass out resumes. They had to borrow money from family members to stay in their rental. Her ex-husband now refuses to pay back my parents $1500.00 (he believes my daughter should pay them back).

    Due to this stress, my daughter had another bipolar episode; during her episode, she told her husband she wanted a divorce. Her husband and his family were happy about her request and almost did flips to the courthouse to get the paperwork.

    Her husband and his parents wrote up the divorce papers. The judge gave full custody to her husband and agreed with what was written in the divorce papers; I had a copy made for my daughter and myself. My daughter then had to go to a group home (was on a waiting list for an apartment). My daughter sees her children every other week for a 1-2 hour supervised visit (her ex is the supervisor). She is in an apartment now. Her ex-husband demands my daughter pay for his meal (they usually go for lunch for the 1-2 hour visitation). He gets the most expensive item on the menu (she is on disability with limited income).

    She is doing much better mentally. She sees the kids tomorrow and her ex is making her walk to the restaurant in the cold, instead of picking her up (about 1 mile). I do not think this is a good example for the children. He does things like this all of the time. He tells my daughter about dates he has with other women and how pretty they are. He is basically keeping the children from knowing their mother. She knows nothing about the children and cannot find out anything on how the kids are doing in school.

    It was her ex’s decision for a 2-hour visit every other week (he decided that was all the kids can handle); I believe it is all he can handle. The time is not in the divorce papers. He uses the children as a threat, if she questions anything, so she keeps quiet, and obeys.

    She is a wonderful person and graduated from college. She has a lovely singing voice. She played the lead role in a college play. She has many beautiful qualities.

    Her ex does whatever he wants to be in control. He will now allow us (the grandparents) to have the grandchildren, if my daughter is here too. He confides to their oldest daughter (age 9) who says, “Daddy can make the rules”. This whole situation is unhealthy for the children and not helping my daughter. He is very unkind to her and treats her terribly because she is mentally ill (which is a disease she cannot help). It is like he is using her mental illness as a prejudice and that is what the children now see.

    He is currently living with his parents. His parents will not allow my daughter in their home. They allow their divorced daughter to date a married man. He can stay at their house and go back home to his wife. It is a very sick situation that the children are observing. Many times the children say (after their 1-2-hour visit), “Can mommy come home with us and sleep over?” Their dad says, “No” in a strict voice.

    This whole situation is extremely disturbing to my husband and I. We do get to see the grandchildren occasionally. Our granddaughter (I believe) is brainwashed by her dad and usually doesn’t want to see us. There is so much more, I could write a book. I cannot do anything from here (a state away). I am also afraid that if we try to intervene, our ex-son-in-law will keep the grandchildren from us, or find another way to punish us. His family has a higher money advantage over us, which also deters us from intervening. What to do…?

    • Emily Court says:

      NAMI Minnesota may help with mental health advocacy, support groups and other resources: http://www.namihelps.org/

      Domestic Violence organizations can also help with advocacy, support, therapy, limited legal advice and resources.

      Domestic Abuse Project: http://www.domesticabuseproject.com/
      Tubman Alliance: http://www.tubman.org/
      Cornerstone: http://cornerstonemn.org/

      I would also suggest that the daughter talk to someone about supervised visitation issues. Can she bring someone along for support?

      Your daughter may also consider going to therapeutic supervised visitation. It is a higher level of supervision but is facilitated by a therapist (insurance should cover it as family therapy). The therapist can address parenting issues, issues with the children, and can write a report that can be used in court if she decided to pursue increased parenting time.

      I can also help dig up other resources if needed.

      Blessings, Emily

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