Category Archives: Paternity Fraud

Paternity fraud (falsely alleging that a given man fathered a specific child) is rampant. More than 300,000 DNA tests are performed annually by the American Association of Blood Banks. The tests prove that 30% of the alleged fathers are not the biological fathers of children they are alleged to have caused to be conceived. However, feminist jurisprudence ensures that the falsely alleged fathers pay almost without fail for children that are not their’s.

Wisconsin — 67 DV Homicides in ’06-07

Update 2018 08 21: Added introductory paragraph and links to related articles 67 DV Homicides in Wisconsin in ’06-07 — Neither the heading nor the article in the Wisconsin Capital Times provides much information on whether women or men were the primary victims.  Mind you, the article alludes that only women victims of DV matter. The Capital Times Grim report shows 67 domestic violence homicides in state in ’06-07 Jessica VanEgeren  —  10/02/2008 9:23 am Two years ago in Fond du Lac, a 43-year-old woman was killed by her husband. The weapon of choice: a cinder block. Earlier that year in Marathon County, a 40-year-old woman was beaten and strangled. … Continue reading

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Why we need a men’s movement

Updated 2019 01 25: Added links to related articles. In relation to why we need a men’s movement, Angry Harry put up links to excellent videos at his website.  You need to see those. (The first items listed at the top of the home page.) The first video, “Why we need a men’s movement”, and its related short video clips, address the consequences of years and decades of discrimination against men. The second set of videos is about the causes of discrimination against men.  Those are ten free segments of  a full documentary (available on a CD by indoctrinate-u.com — 2018 04 28: that link no longer functions, use this … Continue reading

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How to select a lawyer

You need to select a lawyer, because you just broke up with your wife or girlfriend (or, more likely, she broke up with you – no difference),   have one or more children, don’t know what to do and can’t afford the retaining fee your lawyer wants before she or he starts to work for you. (Note, 2013 04 14: This blog entry was updated to reflect that the search engine for Fathers for Life has been changed.  In this article, the change is invisible on the surface but involves two links that had gone dead.) Over the years, I received requests for help and advice in so many such cases … Continue reading

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8 years in prison for plot to steal baby (and for kidnapping)

Updated 2019 01 19: Added links to related articles. Missouri woman gets 8 years in prison for plot to steal baby How does one go about stealing an unborn baby?  Read on and find out what the plan was. Yahoo NewsWed Aug 27, 2:53 PM By The Associated Press INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – A 20-year-old woman who kidnapped a pregnant teenager she met online in a foiled plot steal her unborn baby has been sentenced to eight years in prison. Lauren Gash, of Odessa, pleaded guilty last month to kidnapping, assault and felonious restraint in the July 2007 attack on Amanda Howard, then 18, inside a Blue Springs motel room. Gash … Continue reading

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The Virtual Child

Last updated 2018 10 19 The last article identified here states that “Viola Trevino’s plea bargain begins the final chapter of a case that made national headlines.”  That statement is most likely not true, because Shelly and Steve Barreras have not yet and most likely never will be reimbursed for the $20,000 in child support they paid for a virtual child, a child that never was. Yet, that is not on account of inability to pay by the major culprit in the case of one of the worst cases of known paternity fraud ever aided and abetted by a criminal, in this case the State of New Mexico. The information … Continue reading

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UK: 1 in 5 paternity claims wrongly identified the father

guardian.co.uk 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 The Guardian, 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 … Continue reading

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Tennessee : Mandatory paternity testing at birth

Update 2019 05 16, to add links to related articles. Tennessee : Mandatory paternity testing at birth — Paternity Bill HB2964 – SB3717 Gerard Levesque pointed out the new Tennessee paternity bill.  The bill has the potential to increase identification of natural fathers of children.  It has another potential, to reduce paternity fraud, as it provides that no man’s name can be put on a birth certificate unless it has first been established through a DNA test that a given man is the natural father of the child whom the man is to be identified as the father.  Adoptive parents are to be an exception to that rule. The Tennessee … Continue reading

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Feminist hijackers – Victims of violence

Updates: 2019 02 20: Added links to related articles. 2019 05 20, to add reference, introductory paragraph and image of battered husband. This commentary concerns feminist hijackers  who usurped the status of victims of violence from men, defying common sense and objective evidence to the contrary. Feminist Hijackers By Gerard Levesque I just came across a fascinating article published, a little while ago, in a newspaper from my (almost) hometown: the Ottawa Citizen: “We can’t help the victims of violence if hatemongers hijack the agenda.” (Published: Sunday, May 25, 2008) [2018 05 10: The link no longer functions.  The article cannot be found on the Internet, and the Internet Archive does … Continue reading

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Protecting yourself from paternity fraud

Updated 2019 02 05: Added links to related articles. The News & Observer July 14, 2008 Ask Mr. Dad: Protecting yourself from paternity fraud By ARMIN BROTT, McClatchy-Tribune News Service Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I are about to get a divorce. We have a 1-year-old boy and she’s pregnant with our second. Here’s the problem: She’s been having an affair for the last two years and I’m concerned that the children aren’t actually mine. What can I do to protect myself? A: I’m sorry about your situation. Divorce is never easy, and it’s even tougher when you’ve been cheated on and children are involved. Hire a lawyer immediately. Then … Continue reading

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Paternity fraud, victims won 23 US cases

Updated 2019 05 09, to add links to related articles. In the US alone, paternity fraud involves hundreds of thousands of cases each year where paternity is assigned to men who are not the natural fathers of the children they are alleged to have caused to be conceived. Yet, once a given man has been designated as the father of a child of which he is not the natural father, he is with virtual certainty that child’s father in the eyes of the law. There is virtually no recourse for him. Whether the man so designated is married to the mother of the child or not, whether he gets to … Continue reading

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