Thursday, April 3, 2014

Dad sentenced to 4 years for assaulting 12-year-old son during visitation; why did father with no-contact order have access? (Ephrata, Washington)

This incident demonstrates the triumph of fathers rights in this country.

Dad OMAR CARLOS obviously had a history of domestic violence if his ex-wife managed to get a no-contact order against him--which Dad managed to violate (with a conviction no less).

Yet this little sh** STILL had access to the kids. Even though he acted like a total @$$hole around them, swearing at their mother when he's around them, and flying into a freaking rage when the kid tries to calm him down. So he assaults and chokes the kid before dropping him off at Mom's house, leaves, then RETURNS, BREAKS INTO THE HOUSE, and ASSAULTS HIM AGAIN.

Who the hell thought it was a good idea to give this father custody/visitation rights? A judge who has been brainwashed/bought off by the fathers rights movement, that's who. A judge who values Daddy's "rights" over the rights of women and children to basic safety and security.

Dad is identified as OMAR CARLOS.

Man sentenced to four years in prison for attacking his son

Story Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014 5:46 pm | Updated: 5:50 pm, Thu Apr 3, 2014.
By Cameron Probert

EPHRATA – A Moses Lake man will serve nearly four years in prison for head-butting and choking his 12-year-old son, after the boy swore at him.

A jury convicted Omar Carlos, a 38-year-old man, of burglary in the first degree and assault of a child in the second degree after deliberating for an hour.

Carlos has a previous conviction of violating a no contact order and faced between three years and 10 months and five years and a month in prison.

Grant County Superior Court Judge Evan Sperline sentenced Carlos to the minimum end of the sentencing range.

The Nov. 20 incident started as Carlos was heading to a Perch Avenue residence to drop off his two children, according to Moses Lake police. As they were driving, Carlos began yelling at his ex-wife, the children’s mother, on the phone. Carlos called the woman several vulgar names as they were arguing,

The victim tried to calm the situation, but Carlos remained angry, and told the victim to get out of the pickup truck. As the boy was helping his younger brother out of the truck, Carlos swore at the boy. The victim became upset and swore at his father.

As the victim was walking his brother to the door, Carlos got out of the truck and grabbed the victim by the collar of his jacket, and threw the victim against the garage wall. Carlos choked the victim, and head-butted him.

He threw the boy into a rock bed, got on top of him and choked the boy again. Carlos grabbed the boy by the ear and lifted him, before leaving the residence.

Carlos returned later, unlocked the garage door and began confronting the boy inside the house. The victim tried to get Carlos to leave, but the man grabbed the boy by the collar and threw him to the ground.

The boy had bruises around his neck, on his forehead, his ear, chin and cheek.