I have met and heard the tragic stories of many parents. PA is a function, by and large, of a custodial ex-partner, although some alienation can start while the couple is still together.

This blog is a story of experiences and observations of dysfunctional Family Law (FLAW), an arena pitting parent against parent, with children as the prize. Due to the gender bias in Family Law, that I have observed, this Blog has evolved from a focus solely on PA to one of the broader Family/Children's Rights area and the impact of Feminist mythology on Canadian Jurisprudence and the Divorce Industry.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Montreal dad in custody fight after missing daughter found in B.C.

My comments on the CBC site relating to a typical gender feminist tirade against angry men and females having ownership of children, therefore, they are the only ones capable of rearing them. As it turns out the person making the comments now claim (they are male. :) They are then a self-loathing male troll with serious issues. Trailer trash comes to mind. Any so-called man who would call down their own gender in this manner has a pretty dysfunctional view of the world.
BobbieBees wrote:Posted 2009/05/05 at 11:16 PM ETMikeMurphy, you said you've had a lot of experience with women like Bobbie Bees. If you think that Bobbie is a woman you need to go back to biology class. I'm a guy, guess the joke's on you. Enjoy!
Mike Murphy wrote:Posted 2009/05/05 at 2:29 PM BobbieBees wrote:Posted 2009/05/03 at 4:09 PM ET I've had experiences with many Bobbie Bees in the past. Please note though out of all the comments on this board her's are a vast MINORITY. The tide of public opinion may be changing but hasn't yet reached lawmakers. Here's a profile of her based on my previous experiences. She is a "baby maker" imbued,, perhaps intergenerationally with the idea of female entitlements. She gets pregnant - not necessarily married - but goes after the guy for child and spousal support. She absolutely believes that women are the only gender who should raise children. She believes all men by nature are bad except for their ability to earn income. She believes the nanny state owes her a living and gets concerned if even one man gets custody because it puts her entitlements in danger. She votes NDP because Taliban Jack (I'm no corporate lackey) Layton is Canada's foremost Girly Man. She believes that a man who disagrees with her opinion is angry and mean. She believes any man who stands up for his rights is angry and mean. She believes she doesn't have to work for a living because motherhood trumps all and therefore the nanny state and the dad(s) (sometimes she has more than one father to target) owe her big time. She is all that is wrong with society and yet still will get support from all the gender feminists out there because she doesn't have to be right she just has to have "boobs." The Family Law (FLAW) in this country agrees with her and implicitly supports her right to be a burden on the taxpayer and the men FLAW has marginalized. FLAW practices a form of gender apartheid when it comes to men. This is just another example.
  • 8
  • 0
BobbieBees wrote:Posted 2009/05/03 at 4:09 PM ETI don't think the father deserves custody. Most fathers just want custody so they can save on child support payments by not having to make any. He'll just keep the kid at home in second hand clothes and bargin bin discounts. That way they can spend more money on booze and on wowing the new stepmother. Skimp on dental care so that when the kid is in their 30's the kid will have to pay massive amounts of money to keep from grinding away their teeth due to the physical and emotional abuse they had to endure from the stepmother.
  • 2 agree
  • 51 disagree
You disagree with this comment Policy Report abuse
BobbieBees wrote:Posted 2009/05/04 at 8:20 PM ETThe number of fathers posting in here that can't seem to fathom why they lost custody of their kids is simply astounding. You need to take anger management courses. You need to stop blaming the courts or the 'womens lib movement' for the fact that the judge took away your visitation rights. Be a real man for once in your life, grow up, and realize that the court took away your custody rights for a reason.
  • 1
  • 16
You disagree with this comment Policy Report abuse

Last Updated: Friday, May 1, 2009 | 6:03 PM ET Comments100Recommend60

A Montreal father waiting to reunite with his missing daughter who was found last month in Vancouver living with her mother is facing an uphill legal battle to bring her home.

The man – who cannot be named because his daughter is in protective custody in British Columbia – is still waiting to see his daughter, who went missing from Montreal two years ago.

Police found the 10-year-old girl in B.C. earlier this spring when she called authorities from a pay phone after running away from her mother's home.

She had been living with her mother in Vancouver, who took her there without the father's knowledge despite not having custody.

The father travelled to B.C. in late April with the hope of a reunion with his daughter. But he returned alone, having only spoken to her by phone, because of a custody dispute with her mother.

A Quebec court has granted him full custody of the girl, but the order is only recognized in that province for now.

He said his visit to Vancouver was marked by one roadblock after another.

"We get there, [the mother] got a lawyer, and before we even get started, they say they're going to try to tie it up for as long as they can," he told CBC.

The mother is contesting the Quebec custody order in B.C. Superior Court. "[She's] saying [she] wasn’t properly notified," the father said.

Quebec has already issued a warrant for the woman's arrest on contempt of court charges for failing to comply with the custody order.

Montreal police are working on extending that warrant nationally in order to be able to enforce it in British Columbia, said police spokesman Ian Lafrenière.

"The good news for us is that the kid is safe, but on the other hand, there is a legal issue at this moment," he said.

The girl will remain in protective custody until her parents sort out their dispute.

Her father said he's scared it will be hard to reconcile with her after all this time, especially after speaking with her on the phone.

"We didn't talk much; it was just hello," he said. "I went there to rekindle a relationship. It looks now like I have a court battle in B.C."

He believes she's been brainwashed, he said. "Clear and simple. Because even when she was small, she used to say, 'Mommy says bad things about you; when I'm with mommy, I say bad things about you."

CBC tried several times to contact the mother's lawyer, but messages were not returned.