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There has been a dramatic increase in the number of divorces over the last
thirty years. Experts estimate that at least half of all marriages will
end in divorce. Divorce has an effect on everyone involved, especially
children if there are children in the relationship. Many times divorces
become very hostile, which results in long courtroom battles. These
battles are over money, houses, land and cars, but the most sensitive,
traumatic and often the most cruel battle is the battle over the custody of
the children. Custody battles for children are often long and heated
debates over which parent is the better parent for the child. In the past,
custody was always awarded to the mother because of the belief that
children needed to be nurtured. In recent years, there has been an upward
trend to fathers seeking custody rights to the children. Often times
parenting plans can be set up with mediation between the two parents but in
most cases, the court becomes involved. During custody battles, there is a
growing trend of one parent alleging abuse by the other parent. Before
1973, Child abuse was rarely reported to authorities and often times it was
covered up. In 1963, reports of suspected child abuse was 160,000 but
between 1976 and 1993, the total yearly number of child abuse reports grew
from 669,000 to over 2.9 million after the child abuse protection
legislation that Senator Mondale sponsored. The passing of this
legislation has also resulted in the increase of allegations of child abuse
in divorce battles. In 1975, thirty five percent of all child abuse
reports were unsubstantiated, but by 1993, that percentage sky-rocketed to
sixty six percent. In divorce, when allegations are made and the police
conduct investigations, ninety seven percent of these claims are unable to
be substantiated. It is obvious that many allegations of abuse which are
reported in divorce situations are false and ninety five percent of those
accusers are women. With the high amount of divorces, the percentage of
those divorces which abuse is reported, and the percentage of which are
unsubstantiated, it shows that children are being used as pawns to hurt or
destroy the other parent. These false allegations of abuse, even if proven
to be false, can ruin someone's life and have a devastating effect on the

Two syndromes have been occurring in rapidly increasing numbers since
1980. The first is called Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). Douglas
Darnall, PhD. States that, many women say that PAS does not exist or it is
simply a tool used by male dominant courts to take the children from their
mothers. They also contend that fathers and attorneys use PAS as an
aggressive defense for physical and sexual abuse. There are three
different types of alienators. The first is the na�ve alienator who
recognizes the importance of and encourages the relationship between the
children and the other parent and only occasionally will do or say
something that may alienate. This is not done to try to destroy the
relationship between the children and the other parent. The second is the
active alienator who alienates the children from the other parent by
lashing out at the other parent in front of the children. They may even
give the children the choice of whether or not the child wants to visit
with the parent although the court has ordered rights to visitation. The
third type of alienator is the obsessed alienator who does everything in
their power to align the children to their side and campaign to destroy
their relationship with the targeted parent. The obsessed parent is bitter
and angry and tries to completely remove the targeted parent from their
lives by vilifying them and set themselves up as a victim/hero. Some
weapons that the alienating parent uses are false allegations of domestic
violence, sexual or physical or emotional abuse of the child, mental
illness on the part of the target parent, or alcoholism/drug
abuse/homosexuality on the part of the target parent. This is a form of
parentectomy, or the removal or erasure of a parent from the child's life.

The second syndrome that is occurring is called Sexual Allegations In
Divorce (SAID). SAID is a false accusation against one parent, usually the
father, for molesting the child. In the American society, there is such a
sensitivity or outrage about child abuse that when an allegation is made,
it is presumed to be true. Instead of being innocent until proven guilty,
the accused child molester, especially fathers, are guilty until proven
innocent. Upon allegation, the courts generally order the removal of the
child from the father and at the very best, allows the father only limited
supervised visitation until the matter is completely settled. Frank
Zepezauer states that "in some jurisdictions, the accusation can send a man
to prison for life. In others, it can incarcerated him for ten or twenty
years or more and brand him, for the rest of his life as a sex offender.
At the very least, it can immobilize him in custody proceedings by
involving him in costly litigation." SAID is often used by women to
alienate the father from his children. It is used more often than physical
abuse since there is often no physical signs from sexual abuse. A defense
attorney in San Jose, California states, "In one fell swoop, she (the
mother) can get her husband completely out of her and her children's lives,
and assure herself complete custodial control. And in one fell swoop, she
can completely destroy the man's life, and any semblance of a normal
relationship between him and his children." One may wonder what the
alienator would have to gain in making such false accusations or why one
parent would try to erase the other parent from the child's life. There
are several reasons. Fear of losing their parental identity, loss of
family structure, envy, rage and revenge are all viable bases for which one
parent will alienate the other parent from the child. This epidemic is not
exclusively seen in America but is wide spread throughout the world. In
the National Shared Parenting Association (Saskatchewan Chapter) Press
Release, it states that in Canada, a Children's Aid Society study showed
that of 1200 complaints of abuse, 900 involved custody disputes. Of those
900 allegations, two thirds (600) were found to be false.
Most people do not realize the effects of parental alienation on children
and the false allegations of abuse. Many young children whose mothers have
made false allegations of abuse will develop false memories of abuse
because of leading questions or suggestive counseling. These children are
left fatherless. Parentectomy results in children becoming depressed,
sometimes reaching suicidal proportions. They often lack self-esteem.
Often they will turn against the alienator in later adolescence when they
realize they have been "brainwashed" against the other parent. David
Blankenhorn gives statistics of fatherless children. He states that forty
percent of American children will live apart from their fathers sometime
before they are 18. He also says that drugs, child and adult abuse,
poverty, teen pregnancy, gangs, crime and growing prison population are all
driven by the separation of fathers from their children. He states, "A man
can communicate to his son how to be a good man. The best mother in the
world can't do that."

"Children who are deprived of their natural fathers, compared to children in two-parent families, are more likely to go to prison by eight times, to commit suicide by 5 times, to have behavioral problems by 20 times, to become rapists by 20 times, to run away by 32 times to abuse chemical substances by 10 times, to drop out of high school by 9 times, to be seriously abused by 33 times, to be fatally abused by 73 times and to have a 44 percent higher mortality rate."

These statistics are alarming and horrifying but what is behind all the
statistics are hurting children who long for a normal life and was never
given the chance to have that. They long for a relationship, with both
their parents, that is healthy. Many times the mother has so convinced the
children that their father is worthless, that they have a bitter resentment
toward their father, which is solely based on the fabrications of the
mother. This can ruin the child emotionally. It is not only boys that
need their fathers in their lives to help them become emotionally stable.
"Adolescent girls whose parents divorced during their oedipal years, we
postulate that particular coping patterns emerge in response to the absence
of the father which may complicate the consolidation of positive feminine
identification in many female children and is observable during the latency
years. We illustrate both the existence of these phenomena and implication
for treatment:
1) intensified separation anxiety
2) denial and avoidance of feelings associated with loss of father
3) identification with the lost object
4) object hunger for males."

This also shows the hurt and anger that a child goes through with the loss
of the father in their lives. They repress their feelings and act out upon
them trying to make themselves whole again but without any hope of doing
that because the only way would to be able to undo the emotional abuse that
the alienating parent perpetrates on the child.

The target parent has literally lost their children. In essence, their
children have died. The target parent grieves but continues to love their
children from a distance. They are forced to live as if their children are
dead. The only hope that the target parent has is that someone will be
able to reach their children and explain what has happened and the child
will be willing to start a relationship with their lost parent. This
alienation from their child can, as one can imagine, cause an increase in
suicide rates among fathers. It is financially devastating to those who
choose not to take their lives and result in poverty. They must fight long
legal battles to clear their names of the crime that they have allegedly
committed. This can take thousands upon thousands of dollars as well as
years of court proceedings. Many men lose everything they own to fight
the court system because not only have they lost their rights as a parent,
they have lost their reputation as well but they are still required to pay
child support to those children. Even once a man has been cleared of the
charges of abuse, there will always be emotional scars from the abuse that
their ex-wife and the court system has ravaged them with. As stated
earlier, many are branded as child molesters for the rest of their lives
even with an acquittal.

The legislation that passed that began this massive surge of false abuse
allegations is called the Mondale Act of 1974 or the Child Abuse Prevention
and Treatment Act (CAPTA). This law was well intentioned to stop child
abuse, but it has created an epidemic of false allegations of abuse. CAPTA
matches monies to states that comply with their provisions, which are to
set up programs which identify and prosecute child abusers. CAPTA created
a vague and ambiguous definition of child abuse which is left up to the
subjective discretion of the caller who reports the abuse or investigator.
CAPTA has been revisited many times and has had minor amendments.
President Clinton re-authorized the act in the fall of 1996. Most states
have what are called Child Protective Service Workers (CPS). These
workers, along with law enforcement officers, investigate abuse reports.
While the law enforcement officers have been trained to be objective, the
CPS have not been and they even are called "validators" which raises a
question to their role in an investigation. The CPS have authority to deny
a parent the access to the children even if there is a court order which
allows them to have visitation with the children. The CPS will send a
child for an evaluation. According to the Mondale Act, if an evaluator
does not report suspected abuse and the child goes back to an abusive
situation, the evaluator can be imprisoned. These evaluators are often
either afraid of the consequences of imprisonment if they mistakenly place
a child back in the home of an abuser or they may even be a validator as
the CPS workers. The indicators that these validators use to determine
abuse are actually quite common behavior which even normal children
sometimes exhibit. Some of these indicators include, bedwetting, acting
out, nightmares, whining, temper tantrums, thumb-sucking, and compliant and
fearful behavior. These validators often propitiate allegations of abuse
because it puts food on their tables. It is their career and without such
allegations, they could be without a job. Although this is a horrifying
thought, this is a reason to ignore evidence that shows innocence and only
present to the court "evidence" that substantiate the client's claims of
abuse. In Armin A. Brott's article A SYSTEM OUT OF CONTROL: THE EPIDEMIC
OF FALSE ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD ABUSE, he states that, "In California, for
example, the Victim/Witness program will pay directly to a licensed
therapist up to $10,000 per child for counseling – as long as the child was
alleged to have been abused. An additional $10,000 is available to counsel
the child's mother. The only catch: to get their therapy paid for, the
child victim and her mother must see a therapist from an approved list.
Guess who directs the mother to a therapist who would be best for her and
her child? CPS, of course." These CPS workers often ask leading questions
which can distort the children's memories. In their reports to the court,
they often ignore evidences that would clear the accused, such as lie
detector tests and outside therapist evaluations and rely solely on the
child's evaluations which have been skewed by the CPS and the therapists
that they recommend. In a report disseminated by the National Center on
Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) Child Maltreatment 1995 Reports From the
States to the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System depicts more
than three million reports of alleged child abuse and neglect in 1995 of
which two million of those complaints were without foundation.
False allegations of abuse in divorce is an epidemic that is sweeping the
world. Children are becoming the heirs to hatred passed down to them from
their parents and because this is all that they know, they in turn foster
this pain, hatred and deceptiveness in their own adult relationships. The
children are crushed under the weight of the system and a parent that is
only looking out for their own best interests. Look at the rise in crime
in recent years. There needs to be an accountability set within the
legislation that would help to stop the false allegations of abuse and the
propitiation of such allegations by the judicial system through CPS. The
Mondale Act does not provide boundaries that would provide for prosecution
of those who make false accusations. Where is the protection of the
innocent in all of this? The CPS has become a money making business and
not a public service. Their theories that children do not lie about such
issues are false. Many times children are coached into believing that
something happened when it really did not. It is important to have laws to
protect the innocent children from abuse but it is also equally important
to protect the innocent adult from a wrongful accusation that could ruin
them for the rest of their life. America's judicial system was founded on
the principal that the accused is innocent until proven guilty. The CPS
has changed the law in this issue to guilty until proven innocent. Those
who commit perjury are indicted and imprisoned and there should also be the
same punishment for those who falsely allege abuse. This legislation will
never change until men and women come together and protest the unjustness
of this issue. Most people's attitudes are "it is better to falsely
convict than to allow a child to be abused." There is no justice in this.
The American Constitution gives us the rights to justice. Only if we
decide to speak can our voices be heard. There needs to be an
accountability that the CPS has so answer to so that they cannot simply
ignore the truth. Therapists should not have to fear making an honest
evaluation. We cannot sit by and allow the burden of proof to always be on
the father. The burden of proof must be placed once again on the courts
and the person that makes the allegations. Children and the target parent
will never lead normal, healthy lives until the abuse is stopped.
Legislation needs to be changed to protect all the innocent, not just one.
Let's be the voice of freedom and justice to change the legislation on the
abuse laws so that false allegations cannot be made so easily, destroying
the life of one of America's citizens and hurting the most precious thing
that God has given us, his children.

Written by: Reverend Dennis Austin



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