SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR CPS REFORM CANDIDATES AND COMMITTED POLITICAL ORGANIZERS ONLY!The purpose of the Child Protection System Reform Candidates Group is to identify and organize candidates who want to run on a platform of ending interlinked fraud, corruption, and organized crime in the child protection, mental health, and social work systems. Group participants will focus on developing campaign strategy, tactics, position papers, and professional campaign literature to get effective candidates elected in critical positions, such as county sheriff, quorum court, judge, prosecutor, and state legislature, beginning with the 2006 election cycle.
WHY RESISTANCE TO EVIL IN THE WORLD IS IMPORTANT!The following comments are James Roger Brown's reply to a woman asking what she should do after losing custody of her children in corrupt judicial proceedings.
Not only are you still alive, but so are your children.
This IS a war. Just as in a classic war we will only win when we have driven the enemy from the territory they have occupied. The territory they occupy are the government offices they hold and the government employee positions they occupy. We will win when we have driven them out and changed the laws they have enacted and the government rules, regulations, methods and procedures they have put in place.
We have to put them out of office and fire their goons. The best way to do that is take their place from the top down. The next major opportunity to win a large scale battle is the 2006 election. We have to make our and our children's pain the deciding issue in the 2006 election.
It is no lie that war is Hell. You just lost in court, a field of battle your and our enemies chose because they control it. Just like you, I learned this the hard way in court during a divorce. I have not seen my daughter since 1992. She was three years old.
I do not know if you can get back into court and prevail or not where you are. I DO KNOW that you have only lost a battle, NOT THE WAR. Like me, you may have to face the fact you may not see your children until the age of emancipation in your State.
If you are blocked from attacking them in court, choose a battle field of you own and use whatever skills God gave you to attack them as I have done. If you cannot find a trustworthy lawyer, become one. If there are no prosecutors that will go after these criminals, become one. If there are no politicians who will oppose them, become one. If there are no investigative reporters who will expose them, become one. If you do not posses the learned skills to do any of these things or something else effective, learn the skills. If you have to get a degree, find a way to do it. You are not dead yet.
You have lost one battle. If you accept this as your defeat in a long-term war for your children then you have lost the war. If you understand this is only one battle, then you have not lost the war. You will only lose the war if you are dead and never won a battle for your children. You are not dead yet. It is not over.
I hate cliches, but there are rare occasions when one happens to be relevant. Back when I played high school football, the coach had a sign on the locker room wall that read, "It is not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog." Parent-child relationships is one area where I believe this is true. I consider my daughter as having been kidnapped. Before I die I intend to use every means of obtaining justice for my daughter and punishment for her kidnappers I can find or devise that will not condemn me to Hell.
James Roger Brown
March 15, 2005
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NEW EVIDENCE ANALYSIS PROTOCOL DERIVED FROM CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY
In the 1800s and early 1900s formal requests for legislation to State Legislatures were communicated in the form of a Legislative Petition. This was before the onslaught of full-time professional lobbyists. Use of the Legislative Petition died out because they were of no use to professional lobbyists. In fact, their use is contrary to the interest of lobbyists.
It is time for us in the parents rights, family rights, child protection system reform, and foster care survivors groups to revive the use of Legislative Petitions. We have many circumstances in common with our ancestors who relied upon Legislative Petitions in previous centuries. It is easy to ignore us because we have all been impoverished by our experiences, we are isolated socially and politically, we are marginalized, our complaints not taken seriously, and we are ignored by the media. Legislative Petitions were effective for our ancestors and they can be for us. If enough people in each district sign these Legislative Petitions, it could scare the living hell out of individual Representatives and Senators when they consider the prospect of getting reelected.
BRIEF EARLY HISTORY OF THE LEGISLATIVE PETITION
EXAMPLES FROM THE UNITED STATES
The Legislative Petition is still in use in Canada.
Following this recomended wording for a Model Legilative Petition you will find links to full texts with signature blocks in PDF, Word, and WordPerfect format files that may be opened and downloaded for customizing. The recommended text of an effective petition with specific requests is:
LEGISLATIVE PETITIONTO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF [state name]:
WHEREAS the PARENTS, CHILDREN, and OTHER CITIZENS OF THE STATE OF [state name] have suffered egregious and obscene outrages, indignities, loss of affection, emotional trauma, economic loss, and false imprisonment through false and wrongful child or sexual abuse allegations brought about as a result of: 1. Malicious acts, including organized crime in the judicial, child protection, mental health and social work systems;
2. Arrogant, corrupt, incompetent, and malicious individuals within the Department of Human Services, Law Enforcement Child Abuse Investigation Divisions, and individuals working as Counselors, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Social Workers, and Medical Practitioners;
3. Counselors, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Social Workers who engage in science fraud and operate in flagrant disregard of [state name] Deceptive Trade Practices Code by using diagnostic tests rigged to produce false positives in psychological evaluations and child or sexual abuse investigations; and
4. Judicial, Prosecutorial, Attorney Ad Litem, Public Defender, and Attorney misconduct in child or sexual abuse allegation cases and divorce proceedings.
We the below signed CITIZENS OF [state name] petition the General Assembly of the State of [state name] to remedy the egregious and obscene outrages, indignities, loss of affection, emotional trauma, economic loss and false imprisonment caused by false child abuse allegations and State abetted child exploitation by any and all means including but not limited to as follows:
1. Adopt the following criteria based definition of the “best interest of the child”: “For purposes of conducting child abuse or molestation allegation investigations and child custody or adoption decision making, the “best interest of the child” shall mean the least detrimental alternative objectively determined to have the lowest rates of per capita occurrence with regard to the following criteria and standards: (1) accidental injuries; (2) administrative inefficiency; (3) deaths; (4) deprivation of affection; (5) deprivation of constitutional and legal rights; (6) disruption of cultural continuity; (7) disruption of custody; (8) disruption of extended family relationships; (9) disruption of parental emotional relationship; (10) disruption of parental relationships; (11) disruption of religious affiliations; (12) disruption of social affiliations; (13) disruption of sustained intellectual development; (14) disruption of sustained healthy physical development; (15) disruption of sustained emotional development; (16) disruption of visitation; (17) economic exploitation; (18) emotional abuse; (19) emotional exploitation; (20) exploitation for criminal purposes; (21) false negative conclusions; (22) false positive conclusions; (23) fraud; (24) inaccurate records; (25) institutional abuse; (26) institutionalized abuse; (27) human experimentation; (28) legal/judicial exploitation; (29) nosocomial abuse; (30) organized criminal activity; (31) parental abuse of legal processes; (32) parental alienation; (33) physical abuse; (34) political exploitation; (35) science fraud; (36) unnecessary medication; and (37) use of the child as a pawn in adult disputes.
2. Remedy inequities and interference with visitation and custody by establishing criminal penalties.
3. Protect children from exploitation, abuse, experimentation, and unnecessary medication and treatment by establishing criminal penalties for the use of science fraud by mental health and social work practitioner as determined by the standards of testability, falsifiability and refutability; and by establishing a State child protection system organized crime task force.
4. Provide for recovery of actual and punitive damages by an individual who can establish that an allegation of abuse or molestation was false.
5.Establish as State Policy the presumption that a child’s needs are best met by his/her own parent(s) except when otherwise determined by consideration of all criteria and standards set forth in the definition of the “best interest of the child.”
6. Protect citizens from abuse of office and abuse of government power by criminalizing intentional acts to destroy a family.
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The Make Democracy Work Project will post information from each state about efforts to use the Legislative Petition, provided groups making such efforts submit information for posting.THE 2005 ARKANSAS PETITION TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE PETITION
DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS PETITION, THERE APPEARS TO BE NO REQUIREMENT THAT ONE MUST BE A REGISTERED VOTER TO SIGN. THE PROBLEMS THAT NEED TO BE ADDRESSED AFFECT ALL RESIDENTS OF ARKANSAS.
ONCE YOU HAVE COLLECTED ALL THE SIGNATURES YOU CAN, MAKE SIX COPIES OF THE COMPLETED PETITIONS. SEND ONE COPY OF THE SIGNED PETITIONS TO YOUR DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE AND SENATOR. EVERYONE COLLECTING SIGNATURES SHOULD CONTACT THEIR DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE AND SENATOR TO LET THEM KNOW A LEGISLATIVE PETITION IS BEING CIRCULATED. OBTAIN COMPLETE CONTACT INFORMATION FOR YOUR SENATOR AND REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE WEB SITE AT http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/. KEEP ONE COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS FOR FUTURE USE. PERSONALLY BRING OR SEND THE ORIGINAL AND THREE COPIES TO BE USED AT THE LEGISLATURE.
EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW THE ARKANSAS LEGISLATURE MEETS EVERY TWO YEARS. THE CURRENT SESSION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO APRIL 15 “IF NECESSARY.”
AS A PRACTICAL MATTER, TO HAVE THE MAXIMUM IMPACT WE MUST COLLECT ALL THE SIGNATURES WE CAN AND DELIVER THE SIGNED PETITIONS TO THE HOUSE AND SENATE NOT LATER THAN 11:00 A.M. MARCH 23, 2005. ALSO NOTIFY LOCAL NEWS MEDIA OF PETITION EFFORT.
INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS COLLECTING SIGNATURES WHO CAN SEND A REPRESENTATIVE TO HAND DELIVER THEIR COMPLETED PETITIONS AT 11:00 A.M. MARCH 23, 2005, SHOULD COORDINATE WITH ROGER BROWN AT email@example.com OR BY TELEPHONE AT (606) 836-7613. ADDITIONAL MASTER COPIES, INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION MAY BE ACCESSED AT http://www.thesociologycenter.com/DemocracyProject.html.
THOSE WHO CANNOT BE PRESENT AT THE LEGISLATURE ON MARCH 23 SHOULD MAIL AT THEIR LOCAL POST OFFICE THEIR COMPLETED PETITIONS BEFORE 12:00 NOON MARCH 21, 2005. MAIL TO:
Below are links to three different format versions of the same PETITION TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ARKANSAS. The PDF and LEGAL SIZE version are formatted to be printed on legal size paper with 25 signature block. The STANDARD SIZE version prints on regular size paper and has 15 signature blocks. I have examined all 1,195 Senate Bills and 1,981 House Bills since the Bill filing deadline March 7, 2005.
Nineteen 2005 Arkansas Legislature Bills that, if enacted into law, will benefit parents, children, and families. Use this list as the reference for the Bill numbers referenced in the Petition To The General Assembly of Arkansas. To review the current status and full text of Bills before the Arkansas General Assembly go to the legislative web page:
PRINT TO LEGAL SIZE PAPER - 25 SIGNATURES PER PAGE
Legal size Word format Petition.
PRINT TO STANDARD SIZE PAPER - 15 SIGNATURES PER PAGE
Standard size Word format Petition.
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