Psycology Today; The Strange Advocacy for “Parental Alienation Syndrome” A Perfect Tool for Harming Children

The Strange Advocacy for “Parental Alienation Syndrome” A Perfect Tool for Harming Children

  • #Gorcyca banned #Tsimhoni children from seeing their mother for months, without any evidence against the mother
  • #Tsimhoni story has repeatedly made national news headlines. Judge [jailed] these children for contempt of court
  • #Gorcyca poor ethics, manner, and understanding of the law is being reviewed, thankfully, by #Michigan authorities #Tsimhoni
  • #Gorcyca used “PAS” as the reason she does not need any evidence against the mother in order to deem her abusive.
  • That’s right #Gorcyca has no evidence of the mother’s abuse. That’s why she jailed the children, I suppose #Tsimhoni
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Court Forces Young #WolfertsSisters Back to Allegedly Abusive Father, Tweets

Wolferts sisters court-ordered to return to Kansas with father
Court Forces Young Wolferts Sisters Back to Allegedly Abusive Father

  • , (ages 15 and 16), ran away during visitation with their mother on 07/17/14
  • after reporting abuse by their father #WolfertsSisters remained in hiding until found with their mother on 01/03/16
  • #WolfertsSisters have been held without charges in a #UT juvenile detention center, for more than three months.
  • CPS substantiated their allegations of father Brian’s emotional abuse #WolfertsSisters
  • #WolfertsSisters have been ordered to return to father’s custody against their will 03/23/16
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Save The Wolferts Sisters from KS Tweets

Brian’s Attempts to Silence Them

  • There is an order to return #WolfertsSisters to abuser in KS. Sydney + Dani STILL have not had a chance to be heard
  • Brian was filing motions in attempts to keep #WolfertsSisters from testifying at all
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Open Letter to Brian Wolferts by DeAnn Tilton

My name is DeAnn Tilton. I’m a survivor of childhood abuse (emotional, physical and sexual) at the hands of my father. I started a public awareness campaign in Utah, called Talk to a Survivor. Talk to a Survivor supports survivors who feel able to publicly identify as survivors of sexual violence, particularly, childhood sexual abuse, to foster resilience among other survivors and advocate for policy change, including the elimination of statutes of limitation in cases of sexual abuse and assault.

Regarding the Wolferts family: I cannot speak to the legalities of the case. I do have a message for Brian Wolferts.

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Family Court Crimes, Tweets Part 1

I guess I am old school.  I use the hootsuite app to bulk schedule tweets.  I just found out people use bots for that! Cool! Maybe some day I will relearn how to tweet with bots!  lol.  I just ran out of the tweets I made and need to start building some more tweets to load up.  This last batch of tweets covered a large range of topics and webpages.  I am going to compile my different tweet phrases here, so that they can easily be found and used in the future.  I really put a lot of effort into it and compiled a lot of different sources.

Well… My arm is warn out from the copy and past motion over and over.  So here are half of the tweets I made last round.  I will hopefully blog part 2 tomorrow.  Yes, I know I almost never get to part 2. But the pattern can change 🙂

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Twitter Impressions Analytics

Just for fun I am going to review my twitter analytics.

We had a great month because we had a great team tweeting and re-tweeting each other.  We were able to get a lot of impressions supporting family court crime awareness and the Wolferts Sisters.

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Information about the Wolferts Sisters

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Brittany Wolferts has been blogging about the situation and the abuses that her and her sisters have suffered, you can see a summary of his abuses in the blog post below.

Brian’s Abuse In Summary

During a short stay with their mother in Utah S.W. and D.W. tried to report their father for abuse.  They subpoenaed their dad to appear in court for the girls to have their abuse claims reviewed.  The dad got the hearing thrown out because of a technicality in how they subpoenaed him.  They filed a restraining order on him, which he somehow got removed on a technicality.  The dad then got their court hearing moved back to October.  This meant that the girls had several months until their day in court.  The girls short visitation with their mother was over and they were being required to go live with their father again, while waiting for their day to speak about his abuses in court, after having notified the authorities in Utah of his abuses.  The girls were afraid for their lives because Brian had described a gruesome murder to them.  So the girls ran away rather then be taken back to live with Brian.  After sometime, approximately two months, Michelle received a phone call telling her one of her daughters was in a state of distress because of all that she had suffered because of Brian’s actions.  At this time Michelle felt she needed to be there to support her daughters who were struggling greatly emotionally.  Michelle went into hiding with her daughters that had ran away.  Recently Michelle and S.W. and D.W. were found in hiding in Utah.  Brittany wrote about this in the blog post below. Continue reading