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Title: Write some letters....we need strength in numbers here
Post by: joni on Jun 05, 2004, 09:47:26 AM

Credits to SallyandJack for this idea.  I just mailed my letter.  Regarding that custody battle for the twins in New York, apparently, the birth mom has a follow up hearing with the judge in 5 weeks.  

I think we should all write letters of accomodation to the judge in this case for their strength and foresight.  I'd hate to see the courts fold to the pressures of public opinions in five weeks.  The judge needs to hear from our silent majority.  Tell the judge your story.  

It's your chance to be heard!  WE FELLED DAVID AND GOLIATH for their tacky shirts.  We can make a difference!

Hereis SallyandJack's post from the custody board


yesterday, before I even signed on here - I sent a short note via email to the judge who made the ruling. I opted to email it rather than snail mail for a few reasons though.

June 3, 2004
The Honorable Judge Goldberg
60 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10013

Dear Judge Goldberg,

I wanted to write you a quick note of support on your ruling on the Marks/Aylsworth case.

I have seen the horrible effects of Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS) first hand and I think that your ruling will have a positive impact on an issue that has been largely ignored by the courts.

It is about time that someone took a stand against this disgusting epidemic in our country. Your ruling was one made for the children and many people will see that. Again, kudos to a job well done.
Title: RE: Write some letters....we need strength in numbers here
Post by: MYSONSDAD on Jun 05, 2004, 12:00:17 PM
Can you post his e-mail address?
Title: Where can I find the original story?
Post by: StPaulieGirl on Jun 08, 2004, 08:58:16 PM
I'd like to read it before I reply.  Thanks :-)
Title: The link is............
Post by: wendl on Jun 08, 2004, 09:23:20 PM

Hope that helps.


*******Sorry bm and her friends are stalking me and printing what I write"

"Whatever I write is my opinion based on being a mother and a stepmother and things I have gone thru, in no way am I giving legal advice as I am not an attorney."*********:)