OUR SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF (PARENTAL OR GOVERNMENTAL) CHILD KIDNAPPING

 

We dedicate ourselves to recovering internationally abducted and wrongfully retained children.

International parental child abduction generally concerns a child who has been taken by one parent away from the other. That child has been then taken – without authorization or against existing agreements – to a foreign country.

 

You can also talk of international child abduction or wrongful retention if the child is not brought back or returned home on time. The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping intervenes, and recovers your child from any country in the world, when nobody hears you, when nobody helps you, and when everybody lets you down!

Sometimes the child is wrongfully retained in other countries with the help and support of corrupt judges and Government officials, who violate International Laws & Treaties, which leads to "Governmental Child Kidnapping" or "Enforced Disappearance" of your children. Without the support of these corrupt judges the other parent would not be able to retain the child illegally in the other country. This is where we come in and support you to be reunited with your children by exposing abuse of power and enforcing International Laws & Treaties against these criminal judges.

 

For example, authorities such as the "U.S. Department of Justice" have the tendency to create "beautiful looking brochures" regarding the Crime of Family Abduction, including an impressive Foreword from the U.S. Attorney General. However, "bad judges" undermine the entire legal system by violating Federal Laws, violating their Oath of Office, violating the Code of Conduct for Judges, Canon 1, 2 and 3 and the American Constitution as nobody really controls them.

Canons of Judicial Ethics. A judge should uphold the integrity and independence of the judiciary. A judge should perform the duties of his office impartially and diligently. Our role is to expose these lawless judges under the Whistleblower Protection Act by filling official complaints with the Department of Justice - Civil Rights Division and the Office of the Special Counsel. These actions are serving the "left behind parent", the Government by reporting misconduct and encouraging all "law abiding judges to act under color of law" so the good system can function.  

 

 

"A Child's and Parent's Perspective dispels the prevailing misconceptions surrounding family abduction by providing a firsthand account of the psychological trauma and physical dangers often faced by children who are abducted by family members. Includes strategies to help parents searching for their children cope with the aftermath of the abduction."  

Message From Assistant Attorney General Laurie O. Robinson

 

Each year, more than 200,000 children become victims of family abduction. Taken from family, home, and friends by a parent or other family member, they are thrust into a life of uncertainty and isolation. As we work to protect children from harm, we must remain vigilant and informed about the dangers that face children within our communities. A critical part of this responsibility begins with the recognition that family abduction is a serious crime. This publication was written to provide victims and their families with knowledge and support in their time of crisis. For families undergoing this ordeal, there is comfort in knowing they are not alone and there are resources dedicated to assisting them in the recovery of their abducted children. The hard-earned knowledge provided in this publication came at great cost. May it bear rich dividends in helping others.

Laurie O. Robinson Assistant Attorney General

Title IV-D and Corruption

“The federal incentives drive the system. The more divorces, and the higher the child-support guidelines are set and enforced (no matter how unreasonable), the more money the state bureaucracy collects from the feds. Follow the money. The less time that non-custodial parents (usually fathers) are permitted to be with their children, the more child support they must pay into the state fund, and the higher the federal bonus to the states for collecting the money. " - Phyllis Schlafly

The reality is that NOBODY really cares to help you to get your child back, and even the highest judges in the USA are actively involved in "legalized kidnapping" of children because it brings Federal Government funding into the State budgets for every destroyed family. Under the Title - IVD Program the Federal Government pays 'kickbacks" to all 50 States on child support they order and collect, totalling Billions of Dollars every year. This can easily be $100,000 or more per case, even if your child as been kidnapped by the other parent and is illegally in the country (Emphasis added)!  

How do we know that these "kickbacks" are a reality?

 

Because we have 'left behind parents" who came to us for help based on the fact that they became victims of these Crimes against Humanity, where U.S. Judges acted more criminal than the child abducting parent! These corrupt Judges ordered to keep the illegal immigrant children in the country and tried to collect child support every month from the left behind parents who live overseas. You don't believe it that such outrageous corruption can even exist? Click here for a reality check: Sec. 459A. International support enforcement

In looking at the Federal Social Security Act, Title IV, Part D, Section 458, you will see language that allows the US Federal Government to give back “Incentive Payments” to US states for performance based child support collection, paternity establishment, and administrative costs. Typically, these incentive payments go back to social services programs because the thinking is after a divorce many women will end up using programs like TANF and Welfare for which US States have little money in their budgets for. While the exact amount of money is hard to define because of performance, and the fact that different states get back different amounts, many studies show that the average is that for every one dollar collected in child support, one dollar is released from Social Security Coffers that can then be given back to US States.

To learn more about the Title IV-D Program and the KICKBACKS each State receives click here and scroll down to: Part D—Child Support and Establishment of Paternity

Sec. 454. State plan for child and spousal support

Sec. 455. Payments to States

Sec. 457. Distribution of collected support

Sec. 458. Incentive payments to States

Sec. 459. Consent by the United States to income withholding, garnishment, and similar proceedings for enforcement of child support and alimony obligations

Sec. 459A. International support enforcement

Final Rule: Title IV-D of the Social Security Act: Child Support Enforcement Program - § 302.52 Incentive payments to political subdivisions and other States. (Your Children Become The Pawn To Even Finance Political Campaigns!)

The State plan shall provide as follows:

(a) When, pursuant to the State plan, a political subdivision of the State (or a legal entity of the political subdivision, such as a Prosecuting or District Attorney or a Friend of the Court) makes, for the State of which it is a political subdivision, or one State makes, for another State, the enforcement and collection of the support rights assigned under § 232.11 of this title (either within or outside of the State making the enforcement or collection), the IV-D agency making the distribution pursuant to § 302.51 of this Chapter of the amounts collected shall pay to the political subdivision or State making the enforcement and collection from the amounts which would otherwise represent the Federal share of the assistance payments to the family of the absent parent:

(1) An amount equal to 25 percent of any amount collected (and required to be retained by the State to reduce or repay assistance payments in accordance with § 302.51(b)(2) or (4)) which represents payment on the required support obligation owed for 12 months; and

(2) An amount equal to 10 percent of any amount collected (and required to be retained by the State to reduce or repay assistance payments in accordance with § 302.51(b)(2) or (4) which is attributable to the support obligation owed for any month after the first 12 months for which collections are made.

(b) The 25 percent incentive described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section shall be paid for any month in which amounts are collected (pursuant to an assignment under § 232.11 of this title) which represent payment on the required monthly support obligation owed for 12 months and shall continue to be paid for such amounts until the amounts that are collected equal the amount owed on the required support obligation for 12 months, even if the months during which such collections are made are not consecutive. In the case of a family who ceases receiving aid under the State's title IV-A plan, if such family begins receiving such aid again at a later date, a new 12 month period for payment of the 25 percent incentive shall commence.

(c) The jurisdiction making the collection shall transmit, no later than 10 days after the end of the month in which the collection was made, the entire amount of the collection to the appropriate IV-D agency. Such IV-D agency shall calculate and pay the incentive, if any, described in paragraph (a) of this section, within 60 days after the end of the month in which the collection was made by the collecting jurisdiction.

(d) In forwarding the child support collection to the appropriated IV-D agency, the collecting jurisdiction shall include, as appropriate, either a two digit code identifying the collecting State or a five digit code identifying the collecting county. Such codes shall be those defined in the Federal Information Processing Standards Publication (PIPS) by the National Bureau of Standards and also promulgated by the General Services Administration in Worldwide Geographical Location Codes and shall be used by the IV-D agency to track the collection and pay the incentive.

(e) Where more than one jurisdiction within the State is involved in the enforcement or collection, or more than one State is involved in the enforcement or collection, the amount of the incentive payment determined in paragraph (a) of this section shall be allocated among such jurisdictions in a manner described by instructions issued by the Office.

 

 

Suddenly and inexplicably abandoning their children, perhaps what we should believe instead is that a lucrative racket now is cynically using our children as weapons and tools to enrich lawyers and provide employment for judges and bureaucrats. Rather than pursuing ever greater numbers of fathers with ever more Draconian punishments, the Justice Department should be investigating the kind of crimes it was created to pursue — such as kidnapping, extortion and racketeering — in the nation's family courts.” -

Dr. Stephen Baskerville, PhD.

Background

“I worked in the hell hole called child support for almost 6 years. I thought I was going to die. It was the most frustrating, sad, depressing, hideous job I have EVER had in my life.

 

When I quit, I told them I had received a more lucrative offer from a sweatshop in Calcutta. I still have friends there and things have not changed in the 2 years since I left. I had a letter hand delivered to Greg Abbott outlining the problems -- double dipping from two jobs, overcharging non custodial parents, defaulting people when they were not served, intercepting tax refunds illegally and my personal favorite; garnishing the savings accounts of two children, basically forcing them to pay their own child support!

 

The FIDM unit thought it was FUNNY. I failed to see the humor.” Melissa Puntenney - Former Paralegal for Attorney General’s office (TX)

LEFT BEHIND PARENTS:

 

If by now the above facts have not opened your eyes how you and your children are being abused as PAWN for Government funding programs, then you are not seeing reality.

 

We only act in your child’s best interest, and make this always our highest priority to restore their human rights, reunite you with your children by enforcing International Laws and Treaties to hold all "bad actors" accountable!

If your rights or the rights of your children have been violated, talk to us to enforce your children's rights and hold the perpetrators accountable!

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The Hague - 2595 AR

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