Updated: May 25, 2021
When somebody in an official capacity inflicts severe mental or physical pain or suffering on somebody else for a specific purpose, it’s called torture. Sometimes authorities torture a person to extract a confession or to get information from them. Sometimes torture is simply used to get parents to fight to protect their children, or just be able to be in their children’s life.
Could you imagine a judge and lawyers torturing parents to make extra income! Torture methods can be of a physical nature, like beatings, electric shock, or a sexual nature, like rape or sexual humiliation. Torture can be of a psychological nature, like sleep deprivation, prolonged solitary confinement, concealing a child from a parent. If concealing a child from a parent is torture. Concealing a parent from a child and allowing that child to be in the custody of a known abuser who is physically, mentally, and or sexually abusing them is also torture.
The family court system is a monetary system, it is not a criminal system.
Fathers who abuse their children and the abuse is proven or admitted to, are provided custody and never held liable for the crimes against their children. Psychiatrist, doctors, and other mandated reporters are involved in these cases. Ask yourself if these reporters are in these cases, just how is the father getting custody?
The counties across America are committing crime against humanity.
Abuse cases are run through the child protection service, but remember the service is run by the county! The county not only runs child protection services, but the sheriff and the family court. So, if your judge and the attorneys are conspiring to sell custody, they have the authority to stop the other government agencies from doing their job. If any of these employees are trying to do their job and protect a child, protection services will show up at their door with false allegation and take their children or a relative’s children. To get the children back, the employee will have to comply, change their reports, or more.
Instead of the long arm or “fist” of the law protecting parent’s rights and children’s best interest, it fails by the system colluding.
If the system is colluding in family court, just imagine what they are doing in the protection service department. How do you remove a child from a parent and place them in the foster care or adoption, if a parent is never charged with a crime? There is only one way, colluding! The techniques between the physical methods and the no-touch technological methods are similar.
The idea is to shake up the emotional states of the target. This cycle of hope building and then breaking is done in many ways. Parents will be excited to have protection services in the case, hoping they will protect their children and the case will be ended and justice served. Next thing they know, the caseworker is backing down and changing their reports. The court will then order the child to see a therapist brings more hope to the protective parent. Next thing you know, the therapist in court backtracks their statements and sometimes turn and blame the protective parents, even though they have stated to that parent what the other parent is doing. The parent is left stunned and tormented. This creates trust issues with parents and trauma. Making the target feel despair and helplessness is the objective.
In the no-touch torture methods, it is helpful if the target is labeled with mental illness that is being created for discrediting purposes.
The court will then order the protective parent to a psychological evaluation. Many of these psychologists are contracted with the court. The MMPI II test was not created for women of domestic violence or torture victims. The results of the test will show the protective parent will have a psychological disorder.
This process of torture is known as “mobbing!”
Mobbing involves a group of individuals working together. Judges, attorneys, protection services, therapist, and then psychologist working together, weather they were forced to or not to torture. Making a person appear crazy and having a profession say so keeps the “eyes” keep off the mob and on the protective parent. Protective parents going through this process in the family court to protect their children are under stress which causes anxiety. Parents have issues sleeping and trusting others. Mental issues such as anxiety, depression, irritability, and paranoia can also form from the torture. Torture victims face a range of devastating long-term consequences.
The physical and psychological pain inflicted on these parents can lead to chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is so important that these parents and children, who have been tortured have access to redress.
The United States prides itself on not participating in human rights violations.
Who would ever think that family court would be torturing parents and children? This goes to show how agencies that are not regulated can get out of control. When judges and caseworkers have immunity, they are safe to collude and torture. The government successfully created a “legal black hole!”
Section 2340A of Title 18, United States Code, prohibits torture committed by public officials under color of law against persons within the public official's custody or control. Torture is defined to include acts specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering. (It does not include such pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions.) The statute applies only to acts of torture committed outside the United States. There is Federal extraterritorial jurisdiction over such acts whenever the perpetrator is a national of the United States or the alleged offender is found within the United States, irrespective of the nationality of the victim or the alleged offender.