DNA testing: One in five fathers wrongly identified by mothers in Child Support Agency Claims
No prosecutions made for false identifications
Almost £4bn uncollected from non-resident parents
[From the figures provided in the article it can be calculated that in the 2007-2008 interval the taxpayers paid £53.62 for every £100.00 collected in child support.]
Patrick Wintour, political editor
Friday August 1 2008
Nearly one in five paternity claims [19%] handled by the Child Support Agency end up showing the mother has deliberately or inadvertently misidentified the father, figures show….
Under child support legislation it is a criminal offence to make a false statement or representation, and to provide false documents or information.
However, according to the CSA, there has not been a single prosecution of a woman for making a false claim. The figures showing the number of false paternity claims have been compiled using freedom of information legislation….
The CSA does not have figures for whether any women have named the wrong father on more than one occasion. They also appear to have no information as to why women named the wrong father.
CSA rules state that if the DNA test establishes that the named father is the actual father, then he must pay for the cost of the test. If the DNA establishes he is not the father then the taxpayer pays, so there is no consquence for the mother in making a false claim….(Full Story)
Comment by Fathers for Life: The article identifies the horrific extent of paternity fraud. Paternity fraud is a crime. Not only is that crime directed against a large number of men but also against an even larger number of children.
Women must not be permitted to get away with those crimes!
The solution is simple. There must be mandatory paternity testing with the birth of every child.
However, it is not unusual that feminists and feminist sympathizers in DNA testing labs falsify DNA test results. Therefore DNA testing upon the birth of a child must be performed by two independent DNA testing labs.