Coming soon: a time-line & catalogue of Judge Alfred Levinson’s illegal orders in this case. Rolling Meadows Cook County, Ilinois. Case #09 D 331 278
Judge Levinson said he didn’t care because he’d be retiring soon. Investigative Journalist Michael Volpe had this to say: “Other than complicating an already complicated situation, what purpose did appointing the child rep Natalie Koga serve, when you’ve already had a custody evaluation and CPS looked at it and they determined who the problem parent was? The child representative was the third or fourth court professional to be assigned to this case and besides making an already complicated matter even more complicated having so many court professionals holds no logical purpose. Because that’s where corruption thrives – when you can make a situation complicated. Dr. Stanton Samenow, not only in Chris Mackney’s case, would come in as a so-called independent arbiter but end up communicating, and often being paid, exclusively with one side. He would pretend as though his so-called expert opinion was objective while being bought and paid for and that’s what it appears happened in this case as well. Not only with Dr. Fisher, but Natalie Koga and others in this case. The veneer of independence is one of many reasons why I believe all court ordered professionals should be outlawed immediately. They are not merely a waste of hundreds of thousands of dollars but counter-productive and often actively work to create conflict in cases in order to justify their continued involvement.”– Michael Volpe, Author of Bullied to Death: Chris Mackney’s Kafkaesque Divorce
The state is the welfare recipient. The funding means evidence of abuse is ignored.
“In simplest terms: State family courts are forcibly depriving children’s access to a parent because it is a source of revenue for the states – and because they can.”
“The Valley of the Moon Children’s Home has been hit with a federal civil rights lawsuit by a group of former foster children alleging abuses at the facility dating back to 1995.
Among the allegations are that children awaiting adoption were strip-searched, locked in their rooms and had possessions such as cellphones taken from them, in violation of the state Welfare and Institutions Code and federal Civil Rights Act.
Filed earlier this month in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, the suit seeks an end to policies and practices it contends are unconstitutional, as well as punitive and compensatory damages.
So far, the case involves just five plaintiffs, but attorneys are seeking approval to form a class-action suit that could take in hundreds more, they say.”
Sonoma County Family Court Lawyers & Judges who are tied in with this facility: http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/6154389-181/jack-demeo-attorney-and-civic?artslide=0