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Judicial Violence With The Help Of An Abusive Partner

Sleep deprivation does not leave a mark so it cannot be detected. A parent in family court would not realize a judge would use this no touch torture technique on them. This technique is used on victims to keep them off balanced and more. If your judge can use this no touch torture technique with the help of an abusive partner, it helps them keep a protective parent off balance.

Parents in the divorce system would not make the connection of judges working with an abuser.

A judge will use this sleep deprivation technique with the help of the abusive partner by not holding the abusive parent accountable for their actions. Not protecting children is exactly what the judge is doing and by this allowing the child to be harmed. Ignoring a protective parent’s concerns, the judge is siding with the abuser. When a judge is trying to control a protective parent by ignoring their children’s safety, they strong-arm them or using their power over the protective parent to keep quiet or be punished.

Judges using no touch torture technique is considered judicial violence.

Purposely using sleep deprivation on someone currently is not a crime, but that is why the analogy of torture and domestic violence works. Domestic violence generally is a pattern crime. It is the context of the pattern of behaviors, the intent of those behaviors, and their cumulative impact that really makes it terrible. A good night's sleep helps foster both mental and emotional resilience, which a judge and an abuser does not want their victims to do while in the family court system. After several years of this the judge will order the protective parent to see a psychiatrist. This is the final nail in the coffin to sell the children to the abusive parent and give the protective parent a false diagnosis. This keeps the eyes off the judge and the court contractors and puts the blame on the protective parent. Being allowed to be torture for years by the family court system, reinforces the mobbing technique. Chronic sleep deprivation sets the stage for negative thinking and emotional vulnerability of protective parents.

According to Harvard Medical School, sleep deprivation affects your psychological state and mental health.

Americans are notoriously sleep deprived, and chronic sleep problems affect 50% to 80% of patients in a typical psychiatric practice. Clinicians treating patients with psychiatric disorders have viewed insomnia and other sleep disorders as symptoms, but studies suggest that sleep problems may raise risk for or contribute to the development of psychiatric disorders.

Depressed patients who experience sleep disturbances are more likely to think about suicide.

Lack of sleep can trigger mania and sleep problems are common in those with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) which parents and children are getting by being torture in the family court system. Sleep disruptions in PTSD, may contribute to a retention of negative emotional memories and prevent patients from benefiting from fear-extinguishing therapies.

Traumatized parents and children deprived of sleep are kept from healing from certain therapies.

Sleep deprivation is a strategy and the court system is aware of the trauma they create and know that their victims cannot heal form the touch torture easily. They have all the military research on no touch torture and even train their soldiers to withstand the torture so they know how it works on parents in the divorce system. When the technique is used the protective parent is unable to function and make good judgments.

Sleep deprivation is a weapon used with parental alienation syndrome!

Special techniques are used to put the kids against each other and fight when at the protective parent’s home. Making suggestive comments to the kids so they will act out is a good technique. Making sure the protective parent is aware of unsafe activities the children can do at the abusive parent’s home. Keeping the kids around adults that are not safe. All of this will keep a protective parent up at night worrying about their kids when they are not in their care.

Researchers have determined sleep deprivation indirectly undermined the mental and physical resilience of women.

Experts say sleep deprivations becomes a form of physical abuse and torture. This type of abuse often goes unnoticed to the outside world. Everyone needs sleep; it is a basic biological function that is critical for health. Researchers are just now realizing how powerful sleep is to a person’s health. Victims of sleep deprivation show signs of drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, and eventually disorientation, hallucinations, and paranoia. Chronic sleep loss can lead to high blood pressure, depression, and heart attack.

The biggest risk of lethality with domestic violence is not measured by the level of violence; it is about the level of control over the victim.

Describing judicial violence as torture focuses the criminal justice system and the public on the premeditation and culpability of a judge. Abusers may start out merely angry in their divorce case but acknowledging judges no touch torturer as cruel. A system of law is created for justice and to protect citizens, but what is happening is cruel and unusual punishment illegal in the United States.

Protective parent survivors of the family court, whose children are now over the age of 18, have long-term pain caused by the abuse that continues to disrupt their life. These parents still have trouble going to bed at times and still have triggers that can upset them even though they are finished with the abusive family court system.

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