COVID-19 Goes to Family Court
I got hauled into family court Wednesday (June 24) over a report I wrote that was posted at LewRockwell.com back in February of 2020.
I was the only case before the judge that day. This was an emergency hearing of a life-and-death matter. I had to cancel all other appointments and drive to Los Angeles for an emergency matter of unknown content. The hearing lasted two-and-a-half hours.
Everyone was required to wear a mask during the proceeding. Social distancing was strict. Chairs were marked where you could sit. You could sense the case was developing into high drama on the level of the Dragnet – -renamed “Badge 714” TV series of the 1950s which became famous for this quip from “Lieutenant Joe Friday of the LAPD: “Just the facts ma’am. All we want are the facts, ma’am.” Of course, the facts would never see the light of day in this court.
It was just another sequel to a long 6-year child custody battle that has been filled with bogus requests for restraining orders (3 hearings at a cost of $6000 in legal fees), false contempt of court charges that were dismissed in a 10—minute hearing (at a cost of $12,000 in legal fees), and calls to the police over imagined threats posed to my son by me, his father (no arrests).
The article in question was entitled: WHY I WANT TO BE INFECTED WITH THE COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS AND YOU SHOULD TOO
The judge was given a copy of this report and my lame attorney failed to read it and forward it to me so I could defend myself in family court. I was ambushed in family court in an ex parte (rush emergency) motion. I was only able to read the allegations after the hearing was over.
The allegation was that I had intentionally exposed my 16-year old son during his visitations to my home every other weekend to the dreaded COVID-19 coronavirus.
And that exposure, upon his return to his mother’s house, indirectly exposed his grandmother to transmission of the virus, and she is over 80 years of age, considered a high-risk group for the COVID-19, and had not left her house during the past few months of the lockdown and had chosen to live in imagined fear.
So, the court concluded, among other evidence presented, that my son should be taken away from any visitation with his father for 45 d
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