Protective Parents for Children's Rights

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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/29/09 “Children Taken By the Family Courts” Handprints Albany, New York For the 1st year, the Seventh Annual Battered Mothers Custody Conference 2010, Battered Women, Abused Children, and Child Custody, A National Crisis VII: “Now That We Know, What Are We Doing About It?” is hosting the construction of children’s handprints who have been taken by the family courts. January 8th, 9th, and 10th 2010 in Albany, New York. This is a national crisis in the family courts all over the US and Mothers are losing custody….unfairly by a court system that is not protecting our children. Just imagine, a long clothesline, with mini wooden clothespins, and handprints of all sizes, representing protective mothers and their children who have been “legally kidnapped” by the family courts. We are asking Mothers who have lost physical custody of their child(ren) to create handprints to commemorate their lost child(ren). Throughout weekend of the conference, we will be providing materials and ask Mothers to add paper cut-out handprints to the clothesline. However, Mothers do NOT need to be in attendance at the conference in order to add their handprints. Please mail the handprints before Jan. 2, 2010 to: Linda Marie Sacks P.O. Box 730966 Ormond Beach, FL 32173 Questions… Linda Marie 386-453-3017 after Jan 2, 2010 please mail to: Dr. Mo Hannah, Chair, BMCC 2010 26 Purtell Avenue Latham NY 12110 518-210-2487 Instructions: Place your child’s hands on a piece of paper, cardstock works best, trace your child’s handprints (left and right) on colored paper, cut out and write a message if you’d like and mail before the conference to Linda Marie, as she will constructing the clothesline and will have it at the conference. After the Jan. 2th date…please send to Dr. Mo Hannah. Sadly, if you cannot see your child(ren) to trace their handprints, please, trace YOUR handprints for every child you have lost to the crisis in the courts. Once the handprints are constructed, we will lend it out to individuals and organizations for promoting and publicizing the problems faced by battered mothers and children within the family court system. One day justice will prevail…..thanks to all the wonderful people who are part of the solutions to the family court crisis. Contact: Dr. Mo Hannah, Chair BMCC 2010 518-210-2487 or Linda Marie Sacks 386-453-3017


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    Post by 24/7Parent on Wed Dec 30, 2009 8:47 am

    Brandy Schneider murder
    Dad murders mom and new boyfriend while on probation

    Dad murders mom, new boyfriend while on probation; mom couldn't move because dad had "supervised visitation" (Jackson TWP, Ohio)

    Why are this woman and her new boyfriend dead? The obvious answer
    is that her ex-husband MATTHEW SCHNEIDER shot them to death. But it's
    more complicated than that. The system utterly failed this woman. There
    were red flags all over the place about this guy, but the authorities
    turned a blind eye.

    1) Schneider told the
    mom two weeks ago just after the divorce was finalized that he was
    going to kill her. Mom told anyone who would listen that if they didn't
    put this guy in jail and leave him there, that he would kill her.
    Judge's response: ZILCH.

    2) Was there a track
    record to back up the mother's concerns? YES. Schneider had an
    extensive criminal history and was a convicted sexual predator. He got
    probation ("house arrest") for having sex with a 15-year-old girl,
    instead of jail, and that's when he killed his ex-wife and her new
    boyfriend. He had battered the mom before and broken into her home
    before. System response: ZILCH.

    3) Note that
    Dad was employed by a cable company and was apparently STILL ALLOWED IN
    PEOPLE'S HOMES (Note to our readers in Ohio: Be very afraid of your
    cable guy. Apparently the cable companies out your way don't give a
    sh** about your safety or the safety of your family.)

    4) Dad had guns--everybody knew he had guns. He had guns on his him when he broke his probation. System response: ZILCH.

    5) Despite
    all of Dad's points against him, he was still granted "supervised
    visitation" with their two sons, meaning MOM COULDN'T RELOCATE OR MOVE.

    Frankly, I
    want to see the name of the moronic Judge who set this murder up.
    Somebody has got to start holding these idiots responsible for aiding
    and abetting these crimes.

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