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Issues - False Allegations

Men are accustomed to false allegations of violence or abuse in divorce/ contact proceddings. The issue has been raised well by the teaching profession, whereby children
regularly use their new found powers to cause havoc.

Simply being male is enough to suffer a false allegation whilst the current system hides genuine abuse by mmothers and women.

False alleagations are a waste of court and Police time as well as matters related to perversion of the course oif justice and should be treated a such. At the present time, the system does not care about men and their children. As the lawyers make their crust from the secret divorce crusts women can suffer the same too and increasingly so as the need to prolong proceedings are required by the vultures earning an immoral living.

Teacher facing sex charge hanged himself

By Terri Judd. The Independent, 21 April 2004

People facing sex abuse charges should not be named
publicly unless they are convicted, a coroner said yesterday at an inquest into the death of a headteacher accused of a sex offence who killed himself, fearing his career was ruined.
.......... Mr Matthews recorded a verdict of suicide and
said: "There is something very difficult about sexual offences, the stigma remains with a person for ever whether there is an acquittal or if charges are withdrawn."

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