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    Posted July 14, 2014 by
    justice410
    Location
    Atlanta, Georgia

    Religious Discrimination in Courtroom by Jewish Judge ruling in favor of Jewish Plaintiff

     
    A Jewish judge removed custody of a 2 year old child and placed him with his Jewish father.

    The judge refused to appoint a gaurdian ad litem in the case. The Judge gave the father all decision making regarding the child with the exception of religion which would be "joint". The Jewish Judge also gave the father custody of the child on all major Jewish holidays and gave the mother zero Christian holidays. The Judge also granted the father who is born in Russia with family in Israel to apply for a passport. The mother (a College graduate) is concerned that she may never see her child again. The mother, who had resigned from work when the child was 3 months, was then ordered to pay child support. The father had no witnesses in the courtroom and there was no jury.

    The father now alienates the child from his mother. He can be heard screaming for her via recorded conversations when she attempts to speak with him on the phone before the husband hangs up for her 1 call per day allowance.

    The father was also arrested for raping the mother after she filed for divorce.

    Could you please help me raise awareness about this injustice and racism in The United States? The world needs to know what happened to this woman and her child.
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