Thursday, October 16, 2014

Dad wins custody battle after being "falsely" accused of sexually abusing 9-year-old daughter (United Kingdom)

If this is typical of most of these so-called "investigations," the authorities in question just assumed that the mother was a crazy vindictive liar ("delusional") and any evidence that contradicted that was minimized, ignored, or conveniently lost. Even if the charges were not true, but were made in good faith, the message is still clear: Don't you dare accuse the father of your kids of sexually abusing them because you will be punished with loss of custody.

Notice that it's not simply asserted that the accusations are "false." The mother must be smeared as having a "disturbed emotional history" so anything she says is automatically dismissed. Even her efforts to act as an advocate for her daughter bring down nothing but condemnation.

That's why I suspect that UNNAMED DAD IS a molester. If he wasn't, you wouldn't see the same tar-and-feather effort to destroy the mother's credibility in every way. So now Daddy has 24/7 access to his victim. I'm sure he's very happy now.

So much for daddies being discriminated against....

Notice that this cold, unfeeling judge also dismisses the mother's grief at losing her daughter by just telling her to "move on." Sickening.


And once again I am further convinced that no mother should be subjected to mandatory shared custody of child, especially from infancy. If mothers had full decision making power about who is allowed to do caretaking of their child and under what circumstances, this "custody battle" would never have had a chance.

Father wins custody battle after being falsely accused of sexually abusing his daughter

Judge rules that the nine-year-old girl, from Hampshire, should live with her father after concluding the woman's allegations were untrue
Judge Miller has not identified the family

By Agency 10:51AM BST 16 Oct 2014

A father has won custody of his daughter after his former partner falsely accused him of sexually abusing their child.

The man was investigated by police and social workers after the woman said her daughter had made "disclosures of sexual abuse".

But Judge Jane Miller has ruled that the girl, now nine, should live with her father after concluding the woman's allegations were untrue.

Detail emerged in a written ruling by the judge - published on a legal website - following a family court hearing in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

Judge Miller did not identify the family involved, but she said the man and woman were both in their 40s and the local authority with responsibility for the welfare of the girl was Hampshire County Council.

She said the pair separated when the girl was a baby. A shared residence order was made under which the youngster lived with her mother five days a week and her father for two.

Nearly three years ago the mother told social workers and police that the girl had spoken of "inappropriate sexual behaviour" by her father.

The judge said she had concluded that the allegations were untrue at a hearing in December and ruled that the youngster should move in with her father on a temporary basis.

But she said the woman had gone on to repeat the allegations, and at one stage a vicar got up a petition calling for the girl to be returned to her mother.

Judge Miller said woman had a "disturbed emotional history", was "delusional", had suffered from depression and had been treated for alcoholism several years ago..

She added that the girl's move to her father's home had been an "unqualified success".

The judge said everything was in favour of the girl being placed with her father, who struck her as "sensitive and child focused", and she added that the youngster was doing "remarkably well" in his care.

Judge Miller said the woman's family had been unable to accept her judgment and help the woman "move on".

The man said some of the evidence he had heard from maternal relatives made him "feel nauseated".

Judge Miller added: "He said that while the injustice of the allegations still rankles with him, he has come a long way, and, 'it's joyous to have (my daughter) with me'."