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DadsCrushed

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False Claims of Abuse
« on: Jan 11, 2010, 08:59:15 AM »
The ex has made 7 claims of sexual abuse before the Court. Recently, I found out another one is coming my way. This time the kids social woker reported me to CPS for molestation. CPS did not initiate this witch hunt either. This weekend while with my children my youngest, 4, stated that her mommy told her to say disgusting things to the social worker.
 
Question: This is emotional abuse if you ask me. I've been investigated that I know of on 4 separate occasions all of them thrown out. I want to file emotional abuse against my ex and subpoena my youngest to testify when I go back to court on this piece of fiction.
 
Since the ex is undertaking this new offensive, should I subpoena because I'm worried she may totally program the kids that I am some monster but at the same time since my daughter is talking I would like CPS to hear what is going on.
 
Thanks. I am pro se.


 

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