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To: AMOJ_MAIN@yahoogroups.com Sent: Thursday, May 12, 2005 6:12 AM Subject: Re: [AMOJ_MAIN] Americans have finally realized government incentives exist t...

  In New Hampshire this is called the "Cooperative Agreement" between the courts and child support enforcement agency. I sued in Federal Court challenging the constitutionality of this agreement - No luck! Judges protect judges! See; Lefebvre vs. Barnsley, et al, 97-297-B, US District Court, NH   Frank
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Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 2:48 PM
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Federal incentives exist to make children fatherless

You might want to look into:

One Hundred Fifth Congress
of the
United States of America
This Act may be cited as the `
Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998'.
(a) IN GENERAL- Section 452(d)(3) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 652(d)(3))

I will speak  of what i know>

In Massachusetts, as a result of these incentive program, ALL federal grant money the feds pay out to any state is dependent on how much CHILD SUPPORT the state takes in. that is ALL grant money. ALL.

What has grown out of this (most likely in all 50 states)  in Massachusetts is an agreement, a "contract" ( "ISA" or interdepartmental service agreement) between the title IV agent, in this case it is known as DOR/CSED ( the Department of Revenue, Child Support Enforcement Division & the family courts, where each party agrees to assist the other in maximizing the amount of money collected in the form of child support. 

This has resulted in the highest support orders in the nation for men (about 98% of non custodial parents are male) OH, when you no longer can pay, you go to jail.

Two years ago or so, I inadvertently received a copy of this (ISA) from DOR/CSED, by way of the freedom of information act. This was at the same time a judge in Essex County blocked all of my attempts to do discovery on DOR/CSED.

Any way, the ISA showed in excess of 2.5 million dollars transferred from DOR/CSED to the Family court, NOW GET THIS, the annual report filed with the governors office, showed only 666 thousand dollars in total transfers into the Family court.

Now the question is" where has approximately 1.5 million dollars gone?

It appears as if the judges are getting kick back money, based on the orders the judges write.

Appearance may be all there is,( but i doubt it) but that is enough to evoke the cannons
U.S. Vs Microsoft

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