Fighting the "Hidden American Disgrace" of Court Abused Children

Today courts drive a wedge between children and their parents for their own self interest. This generates less work for judges, more legal fees for lawyers and BILLIONS in federal kickbacks to states to fund this evil system. Generations of children are being harmed by this blind government incompetence. Millions of fathers and children are subjected to cruel and unusual punishment. All of this is possible because of too much judicial immunity and by completely ignoring the U.S. Constitution and U.S. Supreme court rulings. These highest laws, which override any state laws, require "Strict scrutiny" to terminate any parents rights to be with their children. Yet judges terminate parental rights of on parent in 10 minute hearings, often when one parent is not even there. This is a crime against children and society.  Shared parenting has been scientifically proven best for children of divorce, and this has been know for well over a decade - yet the band plays on. This is now CRIMINAL incompetence of the judicial system.

We, the Courageous Kids Network, are a growing group of young
people, whose childhood was shattered by biased and inhumane court
rulings, which forced us to live with our abusive parent, while
restricting or sometimes completely eliminating contact with our
loving and protective parent.

Some of us, whose mothers tried to protect us from abuse, did not
see our mothers for years, or were only allowed to see our mothers
under oppressive supervised visitation orders. We were not allowed
to hug our mothers, or talk about how we felt. Some of us were
separated from siblings, grandparents and extended family. We lost
our home, pets, toys, friends, our childhood. We lived in fear,
depression, hopelessness and helplessness for years. Some of us ran
away from our abusers. Some could not handle the trauma and
committed suicide.

We who survived, got older and stronger. Now we are telling the
world how much we were hurt, first by our abusers and then by the
court that refused to protect us.