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More Family Court Abuse Creates Dysfunctional Culture While The Legal System Gets Richer

June 14, 2011

Bob McCarty has been following a series of stories of Family Court Abuse. Here he outlines a particularly heinous example of why the judiciary, in America, needs a serious revamping. Seems as if you just can’t trust educated, professional judges/attorneys to use good judgement, or follow the intent of the law when ruling on family court issues. It’s more important to force exposure of innocent children to drug dealers, prostitutes and felons than to protect them from the dregs of society, but not until they have completely drained the finances of anyone foolish enough to fight the system in order to protect their children.

Constitution of Missouri
SECTION 1. Impeachment—officers liable—grounds.
2. Power of impeachment—trial of impeachments.
3. Effect of judgment of impeachment.
4. Removal of officers not subject to impeachment.
5. Election contests—executive state officers—other election contests.
6. Penalty for nepotism.
7. Appointment of officers.
8. Qualifications for public office—nonresidents.
9. Disqualification by federal employment—exceptions.
10. Equality of sexes in public service.
11. Oath of office. 12. Tenure of office.
13. Limitation on increase of compensation and extension of terms of office.
14. Statement of actuary required before retirement benefits substantially changed.
Section 1. Impeachment—officers liable—grounds.—All elective executive officials of the state, and judges of the supreme court, courts of appeals and circuit courts shall be liable to impeachment for crimes, misconduct, habitual drunkenness, willful neglect of duty, corruption in office, incompetency, or any offense involving moral turpitude or oppression in office.
Source: Const. of 1875, Art. VII, Sec. 1 (as amended February 26, 1924).
Section 2. Power of impeachment—trial of impeachments.—The house of representatives shall have the sole power of impeachment. All impeachments shall be tried before the supreme court, except that the governor or a member of the supreme court shall be tried by a special commission of seven eminent jurists to be elected by the senate. The supreme court or special commission shall take an oath to try impartially the person impeached, and no person shall be convicted without the concurrence of five-sevenths of the court or special commission.

H-E-L-L-O! Missouri Legislature! Are you listening? It’s your job to impeach “Judges Gone Wild/Rogue”. Innocent children are being hurt, either psychologically, physically, or both by the lack of good judgement of the judiciary. Again, I ask, how does it help the culture, or these children, to be exposed to someone whom we wouldn’t impose on our worst (adult) enemies. I think this certainly qualifies as “willful neglect of duty, incompetency” and it certainly smells like “corruption of office”. Best interest of the child standards are being ignored, statutes and criminal records are being ignored, but court dockets are remaining full, and attorneys, guardians ad litem, court appointed psychologists, are getting richer, by the moment.


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