David discusses judicial abuse of children in custody battles with the sisters Hope and Elizabeth Loudon. Just a few years ago, when they were 14 and refused to spend time with their father, they were put in handcuffs and spent several days locked in a juvenile detention facility before the judge backed down and eventually gave full custody to the mother. Many other situations do not end nearly as well. The sisters wrote an article in the Washington Post describing a situation in which three children claimed their father was abusive, but this led to them being sent to juvenile detention. An international outcry ended up changing this to a summer camp. But afterwards, rather than giving custody to the mother, even partial custody, the judge awarded full custody to the father.
The Loudons’ experience has led them to become activists and to try to assist with similar cases, of which they believe there are thousands every year in the United States, as described in their Op-Ed in the Washington Post:
A good source for general information and scholarly articles regarding court licensed abuse is:
Hope Loudon’s Huffington Post Website:
Critique of so-called Parental Alienation Syndrome: https://stopabusecampaign.com/f-a-q/faq-parental-alienation-syndrome-pas/
About ‘Court Crimes’: http://www.centerforjudicialexcellence.org
For more resources, please contact David.Crowe@theinfectiousmyth.com