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

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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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Family Court Crimes, Tweets Part

Here is a continuation of twitter tweets I have collected on the topic of Family Court Crimes and the 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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