From a Dear Reader:
From the concurring opinion: “The trial court also erred by failing to consider facts in the record that suggest the adoptive parent T.L. may have contributed to the child’s inability to bond.”
This sounds like a clear indication of parent alienation…
Is this how DSHS steals children... interfere with the real parents visits and support the foster parent?
Sunday, June 13, 2010
A.B.S. Reader Comment...Alienation Of Affection
Due to campaigning I have limited time to blog and will bring more reader comments forward. I remember the case of Paul Sanders who over 30 years ago sued the state and won. His daughter had not been happy because Paul would not allow her to date until she was 16 years-old. So, the girl went to a school counselor who suggested she did not have to live with an oppressive father and she could, if she wanted to, be in a foster home. So, the girl admitted herself to foster care. A young lawyer, Richard Sanders, argued that case! I knew Paul. He was director of Citizens Taxpayers Association. His was, literally, a textbook case. It was written in text books (apparently one that is rarely used :o).