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Date: Fri Jul 22, 2005  8:31 pm
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PHILADELPHIA, PA.  -- 22 JULY 2005 -<>  Men – especially Men who are Fathers – throughout our global village held their collective breaths when Mr. Michael Galluzzo, acting as his own lawyer, asked the Federal District Court in Dayton, Ohio to decide if Ohio state law infringed upon a parent’s – in this case – a Father’s freedom and right to raise his children without interference from the state.  And Men – especially Men who are Fathers – collectively exhaled when Federal Magistrate Michael Merz decided that the question raised by Mr. Galluzzo was a federal question and one that the federal court had to answer.   The federal complaint that Galluzzo filed has become a model for other Fathers to utilize in other states to challenge state custody laws. As a result, he has become an internationally recognized Champion of Father’s Rights.

So, what prompted Mr. Galluzzo to make this bold move?

          “At some point in your life, you have to decide whether or not you are going to sacrifice all for what is right or surrender to the system.  For me the choice was simple.  They had taken my children, my money, my livelihood, and they were taking my freedom!  I had no choice but to fight back!,” declared Galluzzo who talks openly about his case and his future in the Legacy/Summer 2005 issue of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD® FORUM FOR AND ABOUT THE FATHERS OF THE WORLD which is scheduled for release beginning on 31 July 2005.


     Parents have a fundamental liberty interest in maintaining custody of their children, which is protected by the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Care & Protection of Robert, 408 Mass. 52, 58, 60, 556 N.E.2d 993 (1990).

In re Erin, 443 Mass. 567, 570, 823 N.E.2d 356, 360  (2005)

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Filing the correct paper work, and doing everything legally right will not change until you start adding THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITIED STATES to it.
If you think that rolling over and being a rug makes it easier on your kids, you are WRONG! If they can screw you your kids are whores to the system too, because you didn't do anything that has any back bone to it!

How do you do add back bone to your case, add a constitution!
File affidavits, add The Constitution, File Court Watchers forms, add The Constitution.
Note to the other parties involved, Add a copy of the CONSTITUTION!

This year to some of the kids involved who don't have parents, send a copy of the CONSTITUTION! This is my request for a NVA, send a COPY OF THE CONSTITUTION to everyone who has touched your life! Good or bad! Don't add anything to it not even your name, just send the Constitution with a big MERRY CHRISTMAS on the out side!

You have no issues as far as the system is concerned if you don't have a VIOLATION of the CONSTITUTION!

Any Constitutional violation maybe met with; Estate of Macias v. Lopez, 42 F. Supp.2d 957, 962 (N.D. Cal. 1999). This policy or custom amounts to deliberate indifference to [the plaintiff's] constitutional right; & the policy or custom caused constitutional deprivation. Due process of the law must be observed.

For the complete U.S. Constitution Click Here  

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