Paedophile access and custody to victim-children is not a myth concocted by [jilted] mothers

Paedophile Contact with Victim-Children in the Family Court of Australia is a very real and serious issue, and there’s a few case references to get you started at the bottom of this message.

Paedophiles access and custody to victim- children IS NOT A MYTH concocted by “Jilted Mothers” to “get even” with the fathers.

YES. Paedophile rights trump children’s rights.

The recent arrests by the Australian Federal Police surrounding the “Criminal Syndicate of Child Abductors” known as Operation Neoctic, as reported by mainstream media is nothing more than a state sanctioned witch-hunt to protect the paedophile-sympathiser judges in the Family Court of Australia.

Trafficking of children and parents in Family Court's Web of Corruption the worst interest of the child

— A book published Jan 2016 "The Worst Interest of the Child: The Trafficking of Children and Parents Through US Family Courts" reveals a web of corruption in Family Court. The author, Keith Harmon Snow. identifies this web of corruption corruption in US Family Courts only. However other Family Courts have and follow the same corrupt system of abuse. See link below
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Janet Phelan's Review of the book touches the avalanche of organised crime and corruption exposed in Snow's book and Snow's book only attempts to untangle the horrific web of abuse of parents and children in Family Courts.

I’ve been writing about the abuses going on in adult guardianship proceedings now for over ten years. Details regarding the physical and financial abuse of seniors and disabled are nothing new to me. One might have thought I would have been prepared for The Worst Interests of the Child, by Keith Harmon Snow. But I was not.

“This book is about the organized crime of Family Courts in the United States,” writes Snow in the preface to this book. Keith Harmon Snow is an award- winning journalist, photographer and writer who has worked in 45 countries. He worked as a journalist accredited with the United Nations Observer Mission in Congo (MONUC), as a human rights investigator for Genocide Watch, and as genocide investigator for the United Nations in Ethiopia.

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