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FACTS:

 ( issues list below fact pattern; real life situation, not test fact pattern)

Non-custodial parent visiting from out of state to elementary age child diagnosed with autism for Christmas break. Receives phone call from Principal demanding appearance at State Social Worker crisis intervention taking place at school. Ex wife and her sister are present, along with Principal, School Psychologist, State Social Worker, and Teachers Aid.

 

School alleging child is violent, needs physical restraints on nearly daily basis, and seeking to remove child from normal class-room for remainder of year. Non-custodial parent with joint legal custody states that because earned an Associates Degree in Psychology among his academic achievements, that he believes there are some basic principals that seem to be getting overlooked in dealing with the child, whom he does not have to lay hands on.

 

Non-custodial brings up fact that child currently has bruises on body that child claims came from isolation restraints from teacher's aid. Non-custodial brings up he believes child is presenting from psychosis from being in a dysfunctional home where mother, her sister and their mother use child as a weapon and are mentally abusive towards child and that mother is a demonstrated sociopath ( also performing Munchausen Syndrome-by-proxy on child with aid of her mother and sister) and that psychologist are ignoring glaring scientific procedures and presentations in place of political beliefs of women's rights.

 

All present other than non-custodial are females offended by non-custodial's concerns that child is presenting from abuse and does not need activists with psychologist licenses ignoring psychology training to ask child how he feels about being abused for being born male, and that this child needs his father. Non-custodial was cursed at by mother and ridiculed by child's aunt for stating that if the psychologists used science based principals they would clearly see presentations of abuse rather than using what is called the 'feminist lens' where male child is automatically targeted as aggressor.

Principal and school psychologist went and called police. Mother yells 'Please don't leave me in a room alone with him!' Non-custodial quickly stands up and walks out of room and sits on bench in sign in area of school, assuming he is waiting for police to arrive.

 

School Safety Officers arrive and ask Non-custodial to come outside to talk. Police report states that non-custodial was sitting calmly when they arrived and that non-custodial complied with request to come outside. Non-custodial explained how mother and her family have been posting photos of child at gay pride parade, dressed up as gay person in order to use child recently as a weapon. Police report states father mentioned child having homosexual ideals forced upon him. Police report reads mother interviewed by other officer states she has no concerns of child being endangered through visitations with father. Then officers ask to do pat down for weapons as they state

 

Officer clears non-custodial to continue picking up and dropping off son for elementary school. Principal requests officer posted at school that evening for pick up when children where let out for school. Principal begins staring at non-custodial with horrified look on her face, humiliating non-custodial parent as he drives up to pick up young minor child, apparently endangering child's welfare by attempting to get officer to confront non-custodial parent, and para-professional for handicapped child sees this and hurriedly gets child into the car.

 

Non-custodial parent has no incidents the following day, but does not return the rest of that school year. Visits child during summer when child is out of school partially to diffuse situation to help ease any aggression against child as non-custodial fears child will be targeted. Non-custodial obtains police report six months after it is filed but does not understand what statute or law he violated by stating that he believes child is in abusive home and essentially being beaten and ostracized by school staff for being a mentally abused child.

 

Non-custodial emails School Board Secretary requesting guidance as to if he is ok to continue picking up child and dropping off child from school per court visitation orders throughout coming year on visits, as well as requests how to obtain any reports as to why police intervention was necessary. Email was ignored, so about a week later, non-custodial posted same request on Secretary of School Board's Facebook account along with questions on legality of calling police on non-custodial parent for stating abuse concerns.

 

Non-custodial gets phone call from police stating that further contact to school board secretary would be deemed as harassment.

 

Non-custodial perplexed and in fear of long term mental disturbance to child. Non-custodial also has constant severe emotional distress over the incidents of being publicly humiliated, deprived of relationship, possibly slandered, intimidated by threats of force, intimidated through actions of abuse towards minor child, denied rights to aid for child and punished by use of force and threat of force by actions.

 

Also question of compensation of eminent domain as if it is in society's interest or interest of the state that the autistic child be segregated, is he not owed compensation, and is non-custodial parents rights being taken away by 'privilege' a matter of eminent domain where non-custodial should be compensated for loss of chattel in relation to child?

 

Any recourse or remedy; preferably through Federal Court as father resides in state of Georgia and school and school board are in Connecticut and it is a financial burden on P to pursue matter in Connecticut and P believes will not be able to obtain fair trial or even hearings on the matter due to bias against males in Connecticut due to Sandy Hook hysteria making views against class of people ( male fathers at schools) being the main issue. 

Any remedies for child or non-custodial parent?

 

ISSUES: ( possible list of areas of interest)

 

  • Can a male be targeted for simply being a male at a school parent teacher meeting or state crisis intervention at the school where the Principal just makes apparent retaliatory claims privilege on decision making in exposing male to being made out to be threatening for bringing up opposing concerns of abuse on minor child.
  • If Federal Courts have jurisdiction over this as an interstate matter, can non-custodial (P) file in Georgia where P resides as opposed to Connecticut where school and child reside, as P believes he will not be able to obtain fair hearing or trial in Connecticut due to bias against non New Englanders and hysteria against males at schools (class of people) in Connecticut, and there is undue financial burden on P to pursue this matter in Connecticut?
  • P does not understand what statute or law he violated by stating that he believes child is in abusive home and essentially being beaten and ostracized by school staff for being a mentally abused child.
  • P also does not understand how asking for clarification or guidance by school board on matter along with any in -house reports on matter is harassment. 
  • If it is in society's interest or interest of the state that the autistic child be segregated, is he not owed compensation, and is non-custodial parents rights being taken away by 'privilege' a matter of eminent domain where non-custodial should be compensated for loss of chattel in relation to child?
  • School and state social worker (whom school called) have ignored verbal reports made by visiting non-custodial parent concerned of physical (with current bruises at time of report) and mental abuse on 8 yr old high functioning autistic child when reports where being made during 'crisis intervention' by State Social Worker.
  • Crisis Intervention appears planned in order to have excuse to remove child from all classes for the rest of the year, and Principal and staff seem offended when non-custodial begins quoting basics of developmental psychology and sociology to Social Worker.
  • Police called on visiting out of state non-custodial parent for calmly voicing concerns of abuse, when Principal demanded his attendance at social worker intervention.
  • Officers request to perform body pat-down on non-custodial to search for weapons, stating 'someone mentioned possibility of a weapon' as non-custodial was reported to have kept placing his hand inside pockets of jacket during social worker intervention. Non-custodial complied with pat down.
  • Random woman walks up asking officers 'is everything alright?' on her way into the school.
  • Officer clears non-custodial parent to continue picking up and dropping off child at school as per court ordered visitation order.
  • Principal demands officer be posted at school pick up line that evening even though no mention of threats or fear in police report; whereas police report says issue closed and police report says mother not in fear of father being with child.
  • Principal making extreme gestures of horrified looks aimed at non-custodial parent in front of other parents parked in line to pick up child while Principal is standing across driveway from posted police officer. ( child quickly placed in car by para-professional to diffuse situation) Parent and child drive off without further incident.
  • Non-custodial feels immense mental distress over situation yet feels helpless to get intervention for child in any way
  • Six months later non-custodial visits and obtains police report where he has to be physically present to obtain police report.
  • Non-custodial emails School Board Secretary about concerns after obtaining police report for guidance on upcoming new school year to see if they have issue with further visitation of pick up and drop offs that year, and how to obtain reports made on the issue to find out why Principal said she called police; request for information and/or feedback ignored.
  • One week later, non-custodial Facebook posts on School Board Official's Facebook page listed on School Board website, stating that request for information was ignored and that he had concerns of child being physically and mentally abused by school for being in a mentally abusive home.
  • Non-custodial parent then receives phone call from police department stating no crime as of yet, but further contact to school board official will be crime of harassment.
  • Non-custodial still dealing with severe emotional distress.
  • Child removed from all classes and placed in isolated room for next 5 moths of school except for some children brought in to play indoor with him for recess or lunch.
  • Mother takes issue to school board to get re-introduction plan which started last week (8 months later)

 

 

 

 

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I am asking about Torts; and yes, Federal Courts do have jurisdiction in interstate tort matters. To this end I am seeking guidance as to can I file in Federal Court in Georgia on a matter that occurred interstate in the State of Connecticut as I reside in the State of Georgia.

 

The issue which I am having with child protective services is that nobody will take any reports from me seriously due to gender bias that, well you know full well the bias against men in the family court system and child protective services.

 

The Social Services woman that was present did absolutely nothing. Again, there are MANY tort claims here against many D's. But again, nobody will look past that it is a school principal doing it, leading, where even the police Lt says his hands are tied as it is a conflict of interest which jeopardizes his side job as a school safety officer.

 

He refused to investigate when my child told me the teachers aid stabbed him in the hand with a lego stick after he had been questioning me about bacterial and viral infections and I asked him if he had a cut he was worrying about.

 

Even what in my opinion appears to be a very lazy and bigoted response here shows to me the bigotry which I am up against in a society under self imposed genocide through social engineering.

 

Because they are behaving like mean 11 year girls with their hands over their ears going ' I can't hear you, nah nah, nah' just like they have been moved to do through social engineering.

 

But there must be case precedent in such matters, as this effects multitudes of children throughout the United States. It is corruption and everyone knows it. What recourse is there? Family court would just assign a Guardian Ad Litem to get me in contempt for being unable to pay extortion fees for the Ad Litem and they would ignore everything that the school and social worker and police as well as the first family court has ignored, even though now there is a paper trail of abuse.

 

So, my recourse is only tort law

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FACTS:

 (issues list below fact pattern; real life situation, not test fact pattern)

Non-custodial parent visiting from out of state to elementary age child diagnosed with autism for Christmas break. Receives phone call from Principal demanding appearance at State Social Worker crisis intervention taking place at school. Ex-wife and her sister are present, along with Principal, School Psychologist, State Social Worker, and Teachers Aid.

 

School alleging child is violent, needs physical restraints on nearly daily basis, and seeking to remove child from normal class-room for remainder of year. Non-custodial parent with joint legal custody states that because earned an Associate’s Degree in Psychology among his academic achievements, that he believes there are some basic principal’s that seem to be getting overlooked in dealing with the child, whom he does not have to lay hands on.

 

Non-custodial brings up fact that child currently has bruises on body that child claims came from isolation restraints from teacher's aide. Non-custodial brings up he believes child is presenting from psychosis from being in a dysfunctional home where mother, her sister and their mother use child as a weapon and are mentally abusive towards child and that mother is a demonstrated sociopath (also performing Munchausen Syndrome-by-proxy on child with aid of her mother and sister) and that psychologist are ignoring glaring scientific procedures and presentations in place of political beliefs of women's rights.

 

All present other than non-custodial are females offended by non-custodial's concerns that child is presenting from abuse and does not need activists with psychologist licenses ignoring psychology training to ask child how he feels about being abused for being born male, and that this child needs his father. Non-custodial was cursed at by mother and ridiculed by child's aunt for stating that if the psychologists used science based principals they would clearly see presentations of abuse rather than using what is called the 'feminist lens' where male child is automatically targeted as aggressor.

Principal and school psychologist went and called police. Mother yells 'Please don't leave me in a room alone with him!' Non-custodial quickly stands up and walks out of room and sits on bench in sign in area of school, assuming he is waiting for police to arrive.

 

School Safety Officers arrive and ask Non-custodial to come outside to talk. Police report states that non-custodial was sitting calmly when they arrived and that non-custodial complied with request to come outside. Non-custodial explained how mother and her family have been posting photos of child at gay pride parade, dressed up as gay person in order to use child recently as a weapon. Police report states father mentioned child having homosexual ideals forced upon him. Police report reads mother interviewed by other officer states she has no concerns of child being endangered through visitations with father. Then officers ask to do pat down for weapons as they state

 

Officer clears non-custodial to continue picking up and dropping off son for elementary school. Principal requests officer posted at school that evening for pick up when children where let out for school. Principal begins staring at non-custodial with horrified look on her face, humiliating non-custodial parent as he drives up to pick up young minor child, apparently endangering child's welfare by attempting to get officer to confront non-custodial parent, and para-professional for handicapped child sees this and hurriedly gets child into the car.

 

Non-custodial parent has no incidents the following day, but does not return the rest of that school year. Visits child during summer when child is out of school partially to diffuse situation to help ease any aggression against child as non-custodial fears child will be targeted. Non-custodial obtains police report six months after it is filed but does not understand what statute or law he violated by stating that he believes child is in abusive home and essentially being beaten and ostracized by school staff for being a mentally abused child.

 

Non-custodial emails School Board Secretary requesting guidance as to if he is ok to continue picking up child and dropping off child from school per court visitation orders throughout coming year on visits, as well as requests how to obtain any reports as to why police intervention was necessary. Email was ignored, so about a week later, non-custodial posted same request on Secretary of School Board's Facebook account along with questions on legality of calling police on non-custodial parent for stating abuse concerns.

 

Non-custodial gets phone call from police stating that further contact to school board secretary would be deemed as harassment.

 

Non-custodial perplexed and in fear of long term mental disturbance to child. Non-custodial also has constant severe emotional distress over the incidents of being publicly humiliated, deprived of relationship, possibly slandered, intimidated by threats of force, intimidated through actions of abuse towards minor child, denied rights to aid for child and punished by use of force and threat of force by actions.

 

Also question of compensation of eminent domain as if it is in society's interest or interest of the state that the autistic child be segregated, is he not owed compensation, and is non-custodial parents rights being taken away by 'privilege' a matter of eminent domain where non-custodial should be compensated for loss of chattel in relation to child?

 

Any recourse or remedy; preferably through Federal Court as father resides in state of Georgia and school and school board are in Connecticut and it is a financial burden on P to pursue matter in Connecticut and P believes will not be able to obtain fair trial or even hearings on the matter due to bias against males in Connecticut due to Sandy Hook hysteria making views against class of people (male fathers at schools) being the main issue. 

Any remedies for child or non-custodial parent?

 

ISSUES: (possible list of areas of interest)

 

  • Can a male be targeted for simply being a male at a school parent teacher meeting or state crisis intervention at the school where the Principal just makes apparent retaliatory claims privilege on decision making in exposing male to being made out to be threatening for bringing up opposing concerns of abuse on minor child.

  • If Federal Courts have jurisdiction over this as an interstate matter, can non-custodial (P) file in Georgia where P resides as opposed to Connecticut where school and child reside, as P believes he will not be able to obtain fair hearing or trial in Connecticut due to bias against non- New Englanders and hysteria against males at schools (class of people) in Connecticut, and there is undue financial burden on P to pursue this matter in Connecticut?

  • P does not understand what statute or law he violated by stating that he believes child is in abusive home and essentially being beaten and ostracized by school staff for being a mentally abused child.

  • P also does not understand how asking for clarification or guidance by school board on matter along with any in -house reports on matter is harassment. 

  • If it is in society's interest or interest of the state that the autistic child be segregated, is he not owed compensation, and is non-custodial parents rights being taken away by 'privilege' a matter of eminent domain where non-custodial should be compensated for loss of chattel in relation to child?

  • School and state social worker (whom school called) have ignored verbal reports made by visiting non-custodial parent concerned of physical (with current bruises at time of report) and mental abuse on 8 year old high functioning autistic child when reports where being made during 'crisis intervention' by State Social Worker.

  • Crisis Intervention appears planned in order to have excuse to remove child from all classes for the rest of the year, and Principal and staff seem offended when non-custodial begins quoting basics of developmental psychology and sociology to Social Worker.

  • Police called on visiting out of state non-custodial parent for calmly voicing concerns of abuse, when Principal demanded his attendance at social worker intervention.

  • Officers request to perform body pat-down on non-custodial to search for weapons, stating 'someone mentioned possibility of a weapon' as non-custodial was reported to have kept placing his hand inside pockets of jacket during social worker intervention. Non-custodial complied with pat down.

  • Random woman walks up asking officers 'is everything alright?' on her way into the school.

  • Officer clears non-custodial parent to continue picking up and dropping off child at school as per court ordered visitation order.

  • Principal demands officer be posted at school pick up line that evening even though no mention of threats or fear in police report; whereas police report says issue closed and police report says mother not in fear of father being with child.

  • Principal making extreme gestures of horrified looks aimed at non-custodial parent in front of other parents parked in line to pick up child while Principal is standing across driveway from posted police officer. (child quickly placed in car by para-professional to diffuse situation) Parent and child drive off without further incident.

  • Non-custodial feels immense mental distress over situation yet feels helpless to get intervention for child in any way

  • Six months later non-custodial visits and obtains police report where he has to be physically present to obtain police report.

  • Non-custodial emails School Board Secretary about concerns after obtaining police report for guidance on upcoming new school year to see if they have issue with further visitation of pick up and drop offs that year, and how to obtain reports made on the issue to find out why Principal said she called police; request for information and/or feedback ignored.

  • One week later, non-custodial Facebook posts on School Board Official's Facebook page listed on School Board website, stating that request for information was ignored and that he had concerns of child being physically and mentally abused by school for being in a mentally abusive home.

  • Non-custodial parent then receives phone call from police department stating no crime as of yet, but further contact to school board official will be crime of harassment.

  • Non-custodial still dealing with severe emotional distress.

  • Child removed from all classes and placed in isolated room for next 5 months of school except for some children brought in to play indoor with him for recess or lunch.

  • Mother takes issue to school board to get re-introduction plan which started last week (8 months later)

I am asking about Torts; and yes, Federal Courts do have jurisdiction in interstate tort matters. To this end I am seeking guidance as to can I file in Federal Court in Georgia on a matter that occurred interstate in the State of Connecticut as I reside in the State of Georgia.

 

The issue which I am having with child protective services is that nobody will take any reports from me seriously due to gender bias that, well you know full well the bias against men in the family court system and child protective services.

 

The Social Services woman that was present did absolutely nothing. Again, there are MANY tort claims here against many D's. But again, nobody will look past that it is a school principal doing it, leading, where even the police Lt says his hands are tied as it is a conflict of interest which jeopardizes his side job as a school safety officer.

He refused to investigate when my child told me the teachers aid stabbed him in the hand with a lego stick after he had been questioning me about bacterial and viral infections and I asked him if he had a cut he was worrying about.

 

They appear to be behaving like mean 11 year girls with their hands over their ears going ' I can't hear you, nah nah, nah' just like they have been moved to do through social engineering.

 

But there must be case precedent in such matters, as this effects multitudes of children throughout the United States. It is corruption and everyone knows it. What recourse is there? Family court would just assign a Guardian Ad Litem to get me in contempt for being unable to pay extortion fees for the Ad Litem and they would ignore everything that the school and social worker and police as well as the first family court has ignored, even though now there is a paper trail of abuse.

So, my recourse is only tort law.

 

 

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If one parent believes the child is being abused, that parent needs to stop trying to use the school to gain whatever it is they want and contact CPS and a family law lawyer. The school is 100% within its rights to have security/police present anytime they feel someone poses a threat to the school or might disturb operations. It is not the school board secretary's job to interpret someone's custody agreement nor approve visitors to a school. Trying to drag this person into a family's dysfunctional battle with one another is wrong and totally inappropriate. An IEP meeting is the wrong forum to address allegations of abuse and play armchair psychologist. I've been in the education field for a very long time and the school has acted entirely appropriately. There job is to educate the children as they present and protect the students from disruptions and disturbances caused by parents and visitors. This is not a tort law issue. It is a family law issue.

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First let me point out that having an associate degree in psychology is a far cry from the knowledge and skills a licensed psychologists have. You do not have the skills necessary to make any medical mental health diagnosis and the school certainly had no obligation to regard you as any kind of expert in the area. So tossing around claims like munchausen by proxy, etc., in that meeting was almost certainly going to result in escalating confrontation in the meeting rather than trying to work towards agreement on what is best to do with the child. If the child was truly acting out and violent in school, that has to be dealt with not only for the good of the child but for the good of the other kids that are being harmed by the child’s actions. I'm also going to guess that the view of that meeting by the other participants to it is vastly different from yours and it is quite possible that your own bias in the matter prevents you from seeing it objectively. You may well have crossed the line into harassment in your eagerness to state your position and do what you thought was needed for the child.

 

There is no eminent domain issue here. Eminent domain is a situation in which the government takes your property for public use. When that occurs the federal constitution guarantees you a right to compensation from the government. Your kid is not property and nothing in your post indicates that any property of yours is being taken by the government.

 

Child custody, visitation, and related matters are matters for state courts. You cannot pursue such claims in federal court.

 

You have not said anything in your post that suggests any viable tort claim. If you had a good tort claim, you could bring it in federal court if your damages exceed $75,000 and you are a resident of a different state than all the defendants in the case. This is known as diversity jurisdiction. If even one defendant resides in your same state then that kills diversity jurisdiction. If there was diversity jurisdiction here and you wanted to use federal court, it would have to be federal court in Connecticut, not Georgia. That is the state where the defendants are located and where all the relevant events took place.

 

The police may always ASK to do a search. Whether the police may do the search over your objection is where the federal and state court decisions about searches come into play. You evidently agreed to the pat-down so there is no legal issue to pursue here.

 

Being “emotionally distressed” during a meeting about your child does not give rise to a good tort claim. Lots of conflicts in life can cause stress and even emotional distress. Very few of them are the basis for a good lawsuit.

 

What I see from your post largely boils down to conflict with the mother and the school over how the child should be treated. You resolve those issues in the Connecticut state courts.

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Hi @doesdadhaverights

 

Thanks for posting! Sorry to hear about your situation. As other posters have mentioned, this is a matter that would be heard it state court, not federal court. Although you are hesitant to go through the family courts, it sounds like your family may benefit from a custody evaluation. You may want to meet with an experienced family law attorney to discuss filing such a motion. It may be difficult because you do not reside in the same state as mother, however, from your description of the facts your family may benefit from an evaluation by a professional, and coparent counseling.

 

Best of luck!

The FindLaw.com Team

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