And now this guy and his freaking attorney have the nerve to pursue COURT-ORDERED VISITATION with this boy. Sure that's really in this boy's interest. Have him go down to the DeKalb County Jail, and share some quality time with the guy who "allegedly" arranged for the murder of his grandma, grandpa, and uncle. The guy who almost managed to have his mommy killed. Oh yes, good times for all.
Do we need any more evidence that fathers rights are totally out of control?
We've reported on thise case before.
Accused killer seeks visit with toddler son
September 24, 2010
SUN-TIMES MEDIA WIRE
A Willow Springs man accused of arranging the murders of his ex-girlfriend's family -- and trying to have her slain as well -- is seeking court-ordered visitation with their 19-month-old son.
Johnny Borizov is being held without bail in the DuPage County Jail while he awaits trial on charges stemming from the shootings March 2 that killed three members of a Darien family.
But Borizov on Thursday filed a request seeking visitation with his son, Nicholas, whom he hasn't seen his arrest March 5.
"He's always been a good parent," his attorney, Nicholas Kirkeles, said of the 28-year-old Borizov.
During a heated custody battle over the boy earlier this year, Borizov allegedly recruited a friend to kill his former girlfriend, Angela Kramer, and several members of her family.
Her mother and father, Jeffrey and Lori Kramer, along with her 20-year-old brother, Michael, were shot to death inside the family's Darien home during the early morning rampage. Angela Kramer survived by hiding in a closet and calling 911.
Charged in the killings along with Borizov was the alleged triggerman, 24-year-old Jacob Nodarse, of Countryside, who was arrested in Florida a day after the shootings.
Despite his arrest, Borizov still wants to see the boy, Kirkeles said.
"Prior to his incarceration, the defendant was involved with his son's life on a daily basis and had a strong parent-child relationship," Kirkeles contended in his court filing.
An attorney representing Angela Kramer couldn't be reached Thursday for comment.