Date: Feb 5, 2013 9:27 PM
Subject: WRITING FOR MY LIFE: Our Story (parts).Diary.Nov2012
Please see most attached Motion which is the most recent filing re: our Chancery Case in Central Mississippi, to remove the Guardian Ad Litem for my son and daughter. The gal was appointed in August 2011 to investigate a sexual abuse charge my ex-husband filed against a youth minister in our hometown … a charge that turned out to be no-billed for lack of evidence some 15 months later, and, that never had any bearing on me as a mother, or as a fit parent to my children. In addition, the gal was to investigate why my 9 year old daughter was hospitalized for insomnia, anxiety, and stress-related conditions in July of 2010, shortly after I retrieved her, with the knowledge and assistance from local authorities from her father’s home and hometown some 200 miles away from my and my children’s hometown on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. I picked up my youngest child who was hiding on the side of the road by her father’s home at 3 a.m. after my young daughter and her 12 year old brother were not returned from a 4 day vacation with their father. The gal did no investigation into any of these matters.
After the children had been taken by their father, against custody, the summer of 2010, they were denied unmonitored access to communicate with me but my 9 year old was able to sneak a call to me after 6 weeks of forced, illegal separation. Being frightened and confused, this child was alarmed and afraid and asked me to come pick her up right away. Her father told her she would never see or live with me, her mother, again.
This parental kidnapping on the part of her father had been a pattern of their father’s every year since our divorce was finalized in March 2006. I battled it as best I could, with no punishment or sanctions against their father, in spite of the fact that I had custody of the children. I did drive the 200 miles to pick up my daughter from her father’s home after notifying the local PD who offered as much assistance as they could. My son was not waiting outside. I was advised to either wait and take my son when he did come outside, as was my right, or, get assistance through the courts. The police were unable to bodily remove the children from the residence even though my ex-husband was in direct contempt because I did not have a writ of assistance set out in our custody agreement which would allow them to do. This parental kidnapping, and legal abuse of consistent, frivolous custody, contempt actions had been a pattern of my ex-husband’s approximately twice every year since our divorce was finalized in March 2006.