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.

Man cannot deny legal paternity, contrary to evidence

Updated 2019 02 12: Installed a link to a court order in the case, and added links to related articles. Legal paternity cannot be refused by a man who is not the biological father of a child. Court denies father’s motion in child custody case Marianas Variety; Jan.4, 2008 By Cherrie Anne E. VillahermosaVariety News Staff THE Superior Court has denied a man’s motion to set aside a judgment  stating  he is the biological father of a minor child. The court said it is statutorily prohibited from declaring the nonexistence of a father-child relationship and finds that such declaration would not be in the best interest of the child….(Full Story; … Continue reading

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When motherhood gets you jail time

“When motherhood gets you jail time” (a Dec. 19, 2007 TIME story) and “Choosing jail over joint custody” (also a Dec. 19, 2007 TIME story) comprise a two-part series. The first of those stories was ranked this morning the most popular story, most-often e-mailed-by-readers-of-Time. Half an hour later, at 8:30 a.m., the rank for the story had dropped to 3rd place in the list, right after “Who Is Killing Mexico’s Musicians?” and “Spain’s Holiday Cry: Down With Santa!”. Given the high level of interest in the price to be paid for motherhood, it is important to note that “When motherhood gets you jail time” is a misnomer. Still, even though … Continue reading

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Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child

Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child is the topic of a web page containing a number of links that required correcting. The file name of one of the web pages containing that discussion had been changed some time ago. That web page seems to be an important read for anyone who believes that case-law can be used to reverse the evolution of case-law pertaining to the changing nature of the legal right to paternity that took place during the past 200 years or so. If you think that today’s fathers have a right to their children, that “in the best interest of the child” children have rights to … Continue reading

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A case of paternity fraud

The following is a response to a complaint about a case of paternity fraud in the US. The names and locations have been altered to protect the victims of the fraud. The man who wrote the original complaint is experiencing the whole gamut of the weapons of the divorce industry: Paternity fraud; Child abduction and move-away by the mother (involving an eight-hour trip – one way – by the father if he wishes to see the child whom he has come to see as his own); False allegations of domestic violence, to keep the alleged fathers at bay and away; The defrauded man duped into paternity; The mother of the … Continue reading

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Parent Trap, on Dr. Phil — Why not Father Trap?

This is the TV show you’ve been waiting for, Parent Trap, on Dr. Phil. Of course, there is a bit of a problem right off the bat with that show, because it is called “Parent Trap”, not “Father Trap”. However, that does not matter much, because paternity fraud is now on the map, and soon you will perhaps even see it on Oprah. Ruth called me to watch the show, and I only got to see a portion of it, but that doesn’t matter. I saw Carnell Smith, a falsely alleged father – of four children I believe, with three of the four children not being his – who got … Continue reading

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Paternity Fraud Report

Update 2019 02 18: Added links to related articles. The Innocent Third Party: Victims of Paternity Fraud (110 kB PDF file) BY RONALD K. HENRY; Family Law Quarterly, Volume 40, Number 1, Spring 2006 This is the best overview yet written by anyone I saw on the scope and nature of paternity fraud and related issues. — WHS From the article: The bottom line in the drive to find some man, any man, to drive up the paternity establishment rate is that “fairness was not a high concern.”…. In Los Angeles County, eighty percent of paternity establishments are entered by default judgment, whereas for the State of California as a … Continue reading

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New Book Coming: “Taken Into Custody”

——– Original Message ——– Subject: [Mention] New Book Coming: “Taken Into Custody” Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 23:13:57 -0500 From: Stephen Baskerville Please forward this message to your lists. I recently signed a contract with a current affairs publisher for a book tentatively entitled Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family. This will be a major exposé on all facets of the divorce/custody machine — including child custody, constitutional rights, child support, domestic violence, child abuse, feminism, government fatherhood/marriage programs, and more. It will document the politics behind the machinery — the conflicts of interest, the corruption, the money, the extremist ideology — and demonstrate why … Continue reading

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Paternity Fraud Victims : Innocent Third Party

Updated 2019 03 06: Added links to related articles. By Ronald K. HenryFamily Law Quarterly of the American Bar Association, vol. 40, no. 1, Spring 2006 From the article: If paternity fraud were a “one in a million event,” we might shrug and say that the random strike of paternity fraud is no worse than the random strike of lightning. The reality is that the lowest estimates of the number of paternity fraud victims [in the USA] are in the tens of thousands, and I believe that the number may be in excess of one million. The scandal is that the child support enforcement bureaucracy has consciously chosen to make … Continue reading

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Paternity fraud frequently profitable

Paternity fraud frequently profitable, that is, falsely alleging that a given man fathered a specific child and thereby using that child as a source of income. More than 300,000 DNA tests to determine paternity are performed annually by the American Association of Blood Banks. The tests prove that 30% of the wrongfully fingered 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 theirs. The Association of American Blood Banks found that in one year, out of more than 300,000 DNA tests for paternity, the men … Continue reading

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