Spanish Jurisprudence: the persecution of fathers

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PRESS RELEASE (German-language original appended after the following English text)

The platform of fathers’ and children’s rights organizations in Spain announces that the German-Italian 37-year-old teacher Richard Monteghepardi, of Krefeld, began on October 15, at 12 o’clock, an unlimited hunger strike at the Ministry of Justice of Spain (road Manzana, 2) in Madrid.

The protest is directed against the systematic discrimination and criminalisation of fathers by the Spanish government, whose politics and laws already tore hundred of thousands of children and fathers apart to cater to the so-called “gender violence” .

Each year in Spain up to 170,000 men and fathers are indicted therefore, with the vast majority of those cases being shown to have been based on false allegations. Nevertheless, right from the start an indicted father is treated as a criminal and routinely loses contact with his children.

Thus, for example, Richard Monteghepardi was sentenced on February 14 – the name day of his daughter, Valentina – to seven and one-half months detention, based on a false allegation by the mother of their common child (an accusation of a falsely alleged wrangling in front of their daughter’s school). Although acquitted in a subsequent appeal, Richard Monteghepardi was in the meantime for months not allowed to either see or contact his daughter.

Even foreign tourists increasingly become victims of this political-judicial flood of persecution.

After all, a woman merely needs to call the police in order to claim that her husband or boyfriend is a little nervous, and immediately the police arrest the man (that is not an exaggeration!).

In short order, communication difficulties ensure the consequences: after 72 hours of police custody, the criminal process follows within the next 48 to 72 hours.

Four months ago Richard Monteghepardi was indicted once more. The accusation was rejected by the Court. Nevertheless, he again lost for four months absolutely all contact with his daughter.

We therefore declare our solidarity with Richard’s protest action against this sexist law and family policy of the Spanish government, and thus ask the German media in their homeland that this scandal will be reported in detail.

Contact: Domingo González Alonso
Tel: 615 055 250 (Spain)

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PRESSEMITTEILUNG

Die Plattform sämtlicher Väter-und Kinderrechtsorganisationen in Spanien informiert dass, der Deutsch-Italiener 37 Jahre alt Lehrer Richard Monteghepardi, von Krefeld, hat am 15. Oktober um 12 Uhr einen unbefristeten Hungerstreik am Justizministerium Spaniens (Strasse Manzana, 2) in Madrid angefangen.

Der Protest richtet sich gegen die systematische Diskriminierung und Kriminalisierung der Vätern von der Spanischen Regierung, deren Politik und Gesetze zur sogenannten “Geschlechtergewalt” bereits Hunderttausende von Kindern und Vätern auseinandergerissen hat. Jedes Jahr werden in Spanien bis zu 170.000 Männer und Väter deswegen angezeigt, die allermeisten Fälle entpuppen sich als Falschanzeigen. Trotzdem wird man von vornherein als Krimineller behandelt und Kontakt zu seinen Kindern verliert.

So wurde zum Beispiel Richard Monteghepardi am 14. Februar, dem Namenstag seiner Tochter Valentina, von der Mutter des gemeinsamen Kindes wegen eines angeblichen Gerangels vor der Schule zu siebeneinhalb Monaten Haft (!) verurteilt; in zweiter Instanz wurde er zwar wieder freigesprochen, währenddessen aber durfte er monatelang seine Tochter NICHT sehen noch kontaktieren.

Selbst ausländische Touristen werden zunehmend Opfer dieser politisch-juristischen Verfolgungswut.

Man braucht ja nur eine Frau die Polizei anzurufen, um zu sagen, dass ihr Mann oder Freund ein wenig nervös ist, dass auch schon umgehend die Polizei den Mann verhaftet (das ist KEINE Übertreibung!). Verständigungsschwierigkeiten besorgen schnell den Rest: nach 72 Stunden Polizeigewahrsam folgt ein Strafverfahren innerhalb der nächsten 48 bis 72 Stunden.

Richard Monteghepardi wurde vor vier Monaten erneut angezeigt. Die Anzeige wurde zwar gerichtlich abgewiesen, trotzdem hat er erneut seit vier Monaten absolut keinen Kontakt mehr zu seiner Tochter.

Wir solidarisieren uns daher mit Richards Protestaktion gegen diese sexistische Justiz und Familienpolitik der Spanischen Regierung, und bitten also die Deutschen Medien in ihrem Heimatland von diesem Skandal ausführlich zu berichten.

Kontakt: Domingo González Alonso
Tel: 615 055 250 (Spain)


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2 Responses to Spanish Jurisprudence: the persecution of fathers

  1. ReBeL says:

    Feminazism is spreading like a cancer, not only in Spain or Germany, but all throughout the western world where women’s rights advocate have gained ground. At first, we didn’t mind, we even gave them our support and blessing, until it was too late.

    The cancer needs to be cured before civilization as we know it collapses. Hopefully, your action will send a proper message to the entire community that urgent measure are needed in order to avoid a worsening of the situation.

  2. David Millar

    says:

    Well! Being an English-only reader/speaker, it is interesting to get the story in other languages, here Spanish & German. Not to deny their places in the English language, just my limits of understanding them.

    But! This is the pattern that I have observed in personal detail in BC. This story tends to re-enforce my belief that this is indeed an international conspiracy of judicial fraud.

    The irony is the way it spreads. We taxpayers pay for it. We pay our top judges to travel abroad and talk to law schools and what-not in the legal profession. What they’re teaching is institutionalized child exploitation and abuse.

    Some of us (being first-hand witness to this appalling corruption) are looking at the existence of a body of judgment that will provide proof of a systemic pattern of gender discrimination that should disqualify the offending judges.

    Still! There’s no substitute for a damn good hanging!

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