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Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly

Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly
Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly-ILLEGALLY Kidnapped and ILLEGALLY Adopted Out by the State of New Hampshire

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Scientists Cure Cancer, But No One Takes Notice

Scientists Cure Cancer, But No One Takes Notice | MTR:

Canadian researchers find a simple cure for cancer, but major pharmaceutical companies are not interested.


Researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada have recently cured cancer, yet there is but little ripple in the news or on TV. It is a simple technique using a very basic drug. The method employsdichloroacetate, which is currently used to treat metabolic disorders, so there is no concern of side effects or other long term effects.

The drug doesn’t require a patent, so anyone can employ it widely and cheaply compared to the costly cancer drugs produced by major pharmaceutical companies.
Canadian scientists tested dichloroacetate (DCA) on human cells; it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells and left the healthy cells alone. It was tested on rats inflicted with severe tumors; their cells shrank when they were fed with water supplemented with DCA. The drug is widely available and the technique is easy to use, but why are the major drug companies not involved, or the media not interested in this find?
In human cells there is a natural cancer fighting organelle, the mitochondria, but it needs to be triggered in order to be effective. Scientists used to think that the mitochondria of cancerous cells were damaged and thus ineffective. They used to focus on glycolysis, which is less effective in fighting cancer and wasteful. The drug manufacturersfocused on the glycolysis method to fight cancer. DCA treatment on the other hand doesn’t rely on glycolysis but instead on reactivating the mitochondria; which allows the cell to die and prevents the cancer from spreading.
This reactivation is a process called apoptosis. You see, mitochondria contain an all-too-important self-destruct button that cannot be pressed in cancer cells. Without it, tumors grow larger as cells refuse to be extinguished. Fully functioning mitochondria, thanks to DCA, can once again be allowed to die.
With glycolysis turned off, the body produces less lactic acid, so the bad tissue around cancer cells doesn’t break down and seed new tumors.
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Shared Parenting Works - Research

Shared Parenting Works - Research:


One million children in America are involved in a new divorce annually, 
as of 1997, according to DivorceMagazine.com.  
The Children’s Fund reports that one in three American children is born to unmarried
parents and 
the National Fatherhood Initiative reports “About 40 percent of children
in father-absent homes have not seen their father at all during the past year.
Read More:ast year.Dr. Joan Kelly wrote, “The primary negative aspect of divorce reported
by children in numerous studies was loss of contact with a parent

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Child Switched at Hospital - Records disappear with DCYF

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Below is a link to one of the many cases; I reviewed for State Legislators; the results of which show an encounter with the department of children youth and families and to no ones surprise the records that would collaborate and for which a grandparent is entitled to under NH RSA 169-C are refusing to release the records.  

Furthermore, during the course of the proceeding's against the mother, it should be abundantly clear to anyone reviewing the information that she could hardly have harm her child prior to taking her home from the hospital after her birth; consequently she was also refused records which would have proven the falsification's in taking her child away from her protective care. 



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More focus needed on prevention

More focus needed on prevention | HeraldNet.com - Opinion:

Child Abuse Prevention Month reminds me of the parable of the river. There's a peaceful community on the edge of a river. One day, a villager notices a baby floating down the river and dives into the water to rescue the infant. She takes the baby home, hoping someone would come looking for him.

It's That Time Of Year Again-National Child Abuse Propaganda Month

It's That Time Of Year Again:

Yes Folks!  Tomorrow begins...

National Child Abuse Propaganda Month  

Where all month long, CPS Agents and System Sucks of all shapes and sizes get together to glorify themselves, raise awareness, and blow the issue of child abuse and neglect out of proportion with their one size fits all labels.  

LK: http://legallykidnapped.blogspot.com/2012/03/its-that-time-of-year-again.html#ixzz1qizffs9E

Criminals Have More Right's Than Parent's

Criminals Have More Right's Than Parent's

NH HB 591 concerning Determination of Parental Rights and Responsibilities; Best Interest, for some very STRANGE reason was Tabled by the NH House with a vote of 113-167. This Bill definitely should have passed. What is the problem? We need to put families first!
Summary
Relative to the determination of parental rights based on the best interest of the child; relative to grounds for modification of an order regarding parental rights and responsibilities, and relative to grandparent and stepparent visitation rights.

NH children, their parent's, their grandparent's and their entire families are being harmed each and every day by the NH Family Judicial system.
The "Best Interest's" of our children and grandchildren are NOT considered in their care and custody. The only thing considered is the money to be made off the backs of mother's and father's in the fight for their very much loved children, torn apart by an unjust Family Judicial system.
When one parent poison's the court with false allegation's without proof, should that parent be rewarded with full custody of the child created by both parent's?
Should our innocent children suffer because their parent's don't see eye to eye?
Should our innocent children be alienated by the custodial parent out of spite and hatred and kept from their loving mother/father and other family member's?

And yes, criminals DO have more right's than parent's. They're allowed Due Process, Jury trials, Open Court, Court appointed CRIMINAL Lawyer's AND thy're allowed to admit evidence proving their innocence. They can prove their innocence at any time and be exonerated and set free, unlike parent's who aren't allowed to even admit evidence proving innocence. Admittance of Hearsay is NOT allowed as it is in Family Court, though  CRAWFORD v. WASHINGTON SUPREME COURT RULES 9-0 states Hearsay is not to be admitted(2004). Parent's and families are allowed None Of The Above and are treated so much worse than criminal's. Losing a child is worse than being behind bar's. It's worse than death! So why such harsh punishment for a Parent?

Why is there no emphasis on the word FAMILY in the NH Family Court's? Are they unclear of the meaning of what a Family really is? Or is the money they make off these broken families too important?
It's quite obvious the NH Family Justice system need's to look up the definition of Family, because they clearly don't have a clue.
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fam·i·ly

  [fam-uh-lee, fam-lee]  Show IPA noun,plural -lies, adjective
noun
1.
a.
a basic social unit consisting of parents and theirchildren, considered as a group, whether dwellingtogether or not: the traditional family.
b.
a social unit consisting of one or more adults togetherwith the children they care for: a single-parent family.
2.
the children of one person or one couple collectively: We want a large family.
3.
the spouse and children of one person: We're taking thefamily on vacation next week.
4.
any group of persons closely related by blood, as parents,children, uncles, aunts, and cousins: to marry into a sociallyprominent family.
5.
all those persons considered as descendants of a common progenitor. 

NH need's to have Shared Parenting. 50/50 would be an excellent start and children should NOT be kept from their grandparent's and other family member's they've grown to love.
Why is it so hard to just get along, for our children's sake's? Alienating a child from from their parent's and other family member's is just wrong and downright selfish!
Put it this way, if NOT for your spouse or significant other, or even the grandparent's, would your child even be in existence today?
A message to the NH Family Court's: Stop the needless desecration of our families with your bias and greed. Treat families with the respect in which you want to be treated. And STOP admitting Hearsay without proof of guilt!
And Parent's: Stop harming your children by keeping them from their mother/father and their entire families.
Put your children first and foremost in your lives. Stop the tug of war. You are only hurting your children. Stop being selfish!










Friday, March 30, 2012

State's top court rules pension law changes breached judges' contracts

State's top court rules pension law changes breached judges' contracts | SeacoastOnline.com:


CONCORD — The state Supreme Court on Friday found in favor of seven retired judges by ruling that a 2005 change to judicial pension law was unconstitutional because it breached the judges’ contracts by decreasing their pensions during their employment.
The opinion by the state’s highest court finds that the judges were vested the day they were appointed and changing the terms of their pension benefits was unconstitutional. The case was brought to the Supreme Court by retired probate court judge Raymond Cloutier, who in 2008 said his pension was erroneously calculated by use of new pension law, not the law in place when he first took the bench.
Attorney General Michael Delaney, in Supreme Court filings, previously accused the seven judges of gaming the retirement system.
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This Judge gamed the Family Court System also. I guess he want's some of that money the state received for all the parent's whose right's he terminated of their illegally stolen children after writing the opposite of testimony and proof at their TPR'S!

Taking on one bad judge at a time...

STOP! Judicial Child Abuse: Taking on one bad judge at a time...:

I know many people who have had horrific experiences while dealing with New Hampshire Judicial Branch officials.  Never have I known someone who has had such a provably criminal experience at the hands of a judge who also managed to catch the act on cameras Ademo Freeman (legal name Adam Mueller) of Keene, NH.

This, of course, was a large topic of my interview on "Speak Up New Hampshire!" with NH State Representative Kevin Avard.


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Modification of Grandparent Visitation in Tennessee: Lovlace v. Copley

Modification of Grandparent Visitation in Tennessee: Lovlace v. Copley « Herston on Tennessee Family Law:


Facts: In their divorce, Mother was designated the primary residential parent of Child and Father was awarded supervised visitation. Eventually, Mother married Stepfather. The paternal grandparents petitioned for grandparent visitation, which ultimately led to an agreed order providing for grandparent visitation. Several years later, Father consented to Stepfather’s adoption of Child. The order of adoption specifically stated it did not alter or modify the grandparent visitation rights established in the previous agreed order. Later, the 
grandparents petitioned to modify the prior agreed order to allow additional visitation with Child. Mother and Stepfather counter-petitioned to terminate the grandparent visitation in its entirety. After a hearing, the trial court modified the prior agreed order only to mandate specific times for the grandparent visitation. The trial court denied the grandparents’ request for more visitation and denied the Mother and Stepfather’s request to terminate grandparent visitation entirely. The grandparents appealed.
On Appeal: The Court of Appeals, in three separate opinions, vacated the trial court’s judgment.


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Georgia bill increases grandparent visitation rights

Georgia bill increases grandparent visitation rights | Cobb County Divorce Attorney Blog:


Foster care for American Indian children too frequent in Utah

Foster care for American Indian children too frequent in Utah | ScrippsNews:

SALT LAKE CITY - More than 33 years after Congress passed the Indian Child Welfare Act, American Indian children in Utah are still being removed from their homes and placed in foster care far too often -- a troubling statistic that is the focus of the state's tribes and government officials.

GAO Looks Into ACF’s Improper Foster Care Payment Methodology

GAO Looks Into ACF’s Improper Foster Care Payment Methodology | The Children's Monitor:

A new U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) report reviews the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) process for calculating a “national improper payment estimate” for the IV-E Foster Care program that they are responsible for administering and overseeing. GAO was asked to determine the extent to which (1) ACF’s estimation methodology generated a reasonably accurate and complete estimate of improper payments across the Foster Care program and (2) ACF’s corrective actions reduced improper Foster Care program payments. To do so, GAO reviewed the Department of Health and Human Service’s (HHS) fiscal year 2010 improper payments estimation procedures, conducted site visits, and met with ACF officials.

Stolen Children For Sale Through the Heart Gallery

Freddie Mac Foundation's Heart Gallery -- Featuring Local Foster Children in Need of Adoption -- Shown at Frederick's Hood College - MarketWatch:


FREDERICK, Md., March 29, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- WHAT:
The Freddie Mac Foundation Heart Gallery featuring photos of children in foster care in need of adoption will be on display at Hood College in Frederick, MD: March 23 through April 13. More than 70 area children have found adoptive homes through the Heart Gallery. 

Police investigating death of handicapped foster child in NYC

Police investigating death of handicapped foster child in NYC | NJ.com:

New York-Police are investigating the bathtub death of a severely handicapped child in the New York City home of her foster parents.

Decades in prison for former foster parent convicted of sex crimes | steen, boy, foster

Decades in prison for former foster parent convicted of sex crimes | steen, boy, foster - Gaston Gazette:

A former foster parent was sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually assaulting a boy he fostered on and off for four years.

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Texas Digest: Boy missing 8 years to stay in foster care

Texas Digest: Boy missing 8 years to stay in foster care:

A Houston boy, who was found after disappearing eight years ago as an infant, will remain in foster care while therapists determine when he can be reunited with his parents, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Nurturing children by nurturing their families

Nurturing children by nurturing their families | The Connecticut Mirror:


New Haven -- When Imari Troche’s son Nathan was born three years ago, she knew how to change his diaper and feed him. But much beyond that was a struggle.
Shortly after Nathan’s birth, Marta Santana began visiting Troche and Nathan in their home nearly every week. Those visits have changed everything in the young mother’s life.

4. Due Process - Historical turnaround In NH Court System

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4. Due Process - Historical turnaround In NH Court System

Use "Snark" definition included (see #1.), in your motion, as in the example below; and you will receive the fastest turnaround possibly ever in the NH Court System!! This motion  full copy in sec. "3. Due Process" was submitted to the Nashua Superior Court on Friday the 23rd of March 2012 just after 2:00pm date stamp on first page; just before 4:00pm that same day on a regular and not expedited motion it was ruled on allegedly by Justice Ryan somewhere within that 2 hour period before they close for the day and a weekend no less: (see document in #2) as shown on the 2nd page by his signature; where it also states cc: 3/26/12; and then on 3/26/12 as shown on the date stamp of the item being mailed; the motion and Justice's note were simply copied without a clerks note and deposited into the envelope and mailed. Now, that is historical diligence in the NH Court System


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TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS Reversed WEST VIRGINIA: In re Ashton M.

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TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS 
WEST VIRGINIA: In re Ashton M. 
The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia reversed the Circuit Court of Webster County’s order terminating appellant-mother’s parental rights, holding that the lower court failed to comply with the Rules of Procedure for Abuse and Neglect Proceedings by failing to schedule a dispositional hearing after rejecting the state’s case plan for the child and the lower court erred when it failed to take the child’s opinion into consideration before ordering the termination. Under In re Edward B., 210 W.Va. 621, the court held that a permanency plan can be implicitly rejected by the disposition of the court, triggering the Rule 34 requirement that the state submit a revised plan and for the court to hold a dispositional hearing. Here, the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) recommended termination of appellant’s custodial rights, but the lower court ultimately terminated appellant’s parental rights. The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia found the lower court’s actions to be an implicit rejection of the permanency plan and, accordingly, determined that the failure to hold an additional dispositional hearing was error. The court further found that, as the child was over the age of 14, W.Va. Code § 49-6-5(a) required her wishes to be considered, but the lower court did not do so. Accordingly, the court remanded to the lower court in order to comply with Rule 34 and consider child’s wishes if DHHR sought termination of parental rights in its revised plan. 
Cite: No. 11-0755, 2012 W.Va. LEXIS 97 (W.Va. Feb. 28, 2012)      

Link to Full Opinion

TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS Reversed MISSOURI: W.S. v. Greene County Juvenile Office (In re: G.T.M.)

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The Court of Appeals of Missouri, Southern District, Division Two reversed the trial court’s judgment terminating appellant-father’s parental rights, finding that the trial court erred in holding that appellant-father had abandoned and neglected his child. Here, appellant-father learned of his paternity one month prior to the filing of the termination petition. After learning of his paternity, appellant-father sent the child age-appropriate letters and arranged for his relatives to care for the child until he was released from prison. The appellate court found that the two part test for termination of parental rights under both RSMo Cum. Stat. § 211.447.5(1) and § 211.447.5(2) was not applied properly. Because appellant-father had only learned of his paternity one month before the termination hearing, the six month requirement for abandonment could not be met. In addition, the appellate court found that because father had contacted the case worker to execute the treatment plan, the requirements for abandonment were also not met. Finally, the court held that there was no evidence that appellant-father had neglected the child as he had been in contact with the child and made living arrangements for her. Therefore, the court of appeals reversed the termination judgment. 
Cite: No. SD31470, 2012 Mo. App. LEXIS 264 (Mo. Ct. App. Feb. 29, 2012)

ADOPTION/Rights of Unmarried Fathers ARKANSAS: In re Baby Boy B.

ADOPTION/Rights of Unmarried Fathers ARKANSAS: In re Baby Boy B. 

Cite as 2012 Ark. 92
SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS
No.  11-374
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION
OF BABY BOY B., A MINOR
Opinion Delivered  March 1, 2012
APPEAL FROM THE FAULKNER
COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT,
[NO.  PR 2010-431-2]
HON. MICHAEL A. MAGGIO
REVERSED AND REMANDED.
KAREN R. BAKER, Associate Justice
Appellant J.E.M., biological father of Baby Boy B., appeals from a Faulkner County
Circuit Court order that determined that his consent to the adoption of Baby Boy B. was not
required pursuant to Arkansas Code Annotated section 9-9-206(a)(2) (Repl. 2009).  Appellant
argues that the circuit court erred in finding that his consent to the adoption was not required,
by granting the decree of adoption in favor of appellees G.F.J. and S.L.J., and by finding that
Arkansas Code Annotated sections 9-9-206(a)(2) and 9-9-207(a)(11) do not violate the
Constitution of the United States.  Our jurisdiction is pursuant to Arkansas Supreme Court
Rule 1-2(a)(3) and (4) (2011), as the issues presented involve federal constitution interpretation
and are of significant public interest.  We reverse and remand.

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

NH CACR 26 Must Now Pass the Senate


CACR 26 has passed both the Judiciary Committee and the NH House of Representatives. We're almost there. Now it MUST pass the Senate. Please contact the NH Senator's and tell them they MUST pass this BILL, the way it is written, without any changes. Please stress the fact that they MUST Support this Bill! The children and families of NH want their rights back!


CACR 26 – AS INTRODUCED
2012 SESSION
12-2423
06/09
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 26
RELATING TO: administration of the supreme court.
PROVIDING THAT: the article authorizing the chief justice of the supreme court to make rules governing the administration of all the courts of the state shall be repealed.
SPONSORS: Rep. Mirski, Graf 10; Rep. Sorg, Graf 3; Rep. Ingbretson, Graf 5; Rep. Winter, Merr 3; Rep. Balboni, Hills 21; Rep. Comerford, Rock 9; Rep. Lambert, Hills 27; Rep. Weyler, Rock 8; Rep. Brownrigg, Hills 27
COMMITTEE: Judiciary
ANALYSIS
This constitutional amendment concurrent resolution repeals the article that authorizes the chief justice of the supreme court to make rules governing the administration of the courts of the state.
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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.
Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]
Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.
12-2423
06/09
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Twelve
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROPOSING CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
RELATING TO: administration of the supreme court.
PROVIDING THAT: the article authorizing the chief justice of the supreme court to make rules governing the administration of all the courts of the state shall be repealed.
Be it Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring, that the
Constitution of New Hampshire be amended as follows:
I. That article 73-a of the second part of the constitution, relative to authorizing the chief justice of the supreme court to make rules governing the administration of all the courts of the state, be repealed.
II. That the above amendment proposed to the constitution be submitted to the qualified voters of the state at the state general election to be held in November, 2012.
III. That the selectmen of all towns, cities, wards and places in the state are directed to insert in their warrants for the said 2012 election an article to the following effect: To decide whether the amendments of the constitution proposed by the 2012 session of the general court shall be approved.
IV. That the wording of the question put to the qualified voters shall be:
“Are you in favor of amending the second part of the constitution by repealing article 73-a, relative to authorizing the chief justice of the supreme court to make rules governing the administration of all the courts of the state.”
V. That the secretary of state shall print the question to be submitted on a separate ballot or on the same ballot with other constitutional questions. The ballot containing the question shall include 2 squares next to the question allowing the voter to vote “Yes” or “No.” If no cross is made in either of the squares, the ballot shall not be counted on the question. The outside of the ballot shall be the same as the regular official ballot except that the words “Questions Relating to Constitutional Amendments proposed by the 2012 General Court” shall be printed in bold type at the top of the ballot.
VI. That if the proposed amendment is approved by 2/3 of those voting on the amendment, it becomes effective when the governor proclaims its adoption.

NH HB 1194 Must Pass


NH HB 1194 Must Pass

Please contact the NH Legislature and tell them they MUST pass this Bill.
The last sentence was never submitted to the people for a vote and was never approved by the people. Since there was no such vote by the people, this sentence was attached to Article 73-a in error.  According to the Constitution of the State of New Hampshire, Part II, Article 99, in effect at the time; only by a supermajority vote of the people can the constitution be changed. The people however did not vote on the last sentence in Article 73-a, therefore that addition was an error. Since it is an error, an error of this nature can be removed from the article by a simple majority vote of the legislature.


HB 1194 – AS INTRODUCED
2012 SESSION
12-2794
10/01
HOUSE BILL 1194
AN ACT relative to the text of Article 73-a of Part II of the New Hampshire Constitution.
SPONSORS: Rep. Kingsbury, Belk 4
COMMITTEE: Constitutional Review and Statutory Recodification
ANALYSIS
This bill authorizes the removal of the last sentence of Article 73-a of Part II of the New Hampshire Constitution by the secretary of state.
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Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]
Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.
12-2794
10/01
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Twelve
AN ACT relative to the text of Article 73-a of Part II of the New Hampshire Constitution.
Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:
1 Findings of the Legislature. The approval of ballot question 4 at the state general election of 1978 inserted Article 73-a in Part II of the New Hampshire Constitution. However, the text enrolled as Article 73-a included as the last sentence of the article: “The rules so promulgated shall have the force and effect of law.” This last sentence was never submitted to the people for a vote and was never approved by the people. Since there was no such vote by the people, this sentence was attached to Article 73-a in error. According to the Constitution of the State of New Hampshire, Part II, Article 99, in effect at the time; only by a supermajority vote of the people can the constitution be changed. The people however did not vote on the last sentence in Article 73-a, therefore that addition was an error. Since it is an error, an error of this nature can be removed from the article by a simple majority vote of the legislature.
2 Secretary of State So Directed. The secretary of state, as the keeper of the records of the state and the holder of the enrolled Constitution of the state of New Hampshire, is hereby directed to correct the text of Article 73-a or Part II of the New Hampshire Constitution to read as follows, so as to its adoption at the 1978 state general election:
[Art.] 73-a. [Supreme Court, Administration.] The chief justice of the supreme court shall be the administrative head of all the courts. He shall, with the concurrence of a majority of the supreme court justices, make rules governing the administration of all courts in the state and the practice and procedure to be followed in all such courts.
3 Effective Date. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

“State being sued for six million dollars for identity theft”


CONTACT:  Leisha Tringali,
Telephone:  (603) 893-9333
e-mail: loop_hole_justice@yahoo.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 


                        “State being sued for six million dollars for identity theft”



On Thursday, March 27,Leisha Tringali, a pro se litigant filed a federal complaint against state agencies within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Ms. Tringali has brought action against multiple state agencies by claim of identity theft in the sum of six million dollars.

The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the State of New Hampshire where Ms. Tringali resides.
The lawsuit alleges that the Department of Revenue – Child Enforcement Agency without the express authorization of Ms. Tringali transferred her personal identifying information to obtain child support payments under a synthetic identity created by the Department of Transitional Assistance.

Ms. Tringali explains that she was never notified by the  Department of Revenue – Child Enforcement Agency of any court hearings.

Ms. Tringali states that “General Laws that empower any state agency to deny the exercise of a fundamental civil right such as due process can’t possibly stand up under constitutional scrutiny” and is why she has decided to file suit.

Ms. Tringali states “In cases where judges could legitimately claim judicial immunity, other players who willingly align themselves with the state actors and reach a “meeting of the minds” with them in order to accomplish some ulterior purpose, can be held liable while having no right to claim any kind of immunity whatsoever”.

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