New York, Florida, Maryland……
Looks like Jurisdiction issues in favor of Custody with the protective mother….now lets see how quickly the courts work to unravel this injustice and rule fairly so this family can go about the work of healing.
Please be sure to click on the link for the recent story in the Rockland County Times “SUSAN CARRINGTON GETS BIG WIN IN COURT” and “like” the story.
Susan Carrington is preparing to file this week in Court to be reunited with her daughters. Please support Susan and her children by keeping the momentum going and share with your family and friends as well.
“Judge Warren, Judge Thorsen, Judge Ugell and Referee Dean Richardson-Mendelson of the Rockland County Family Court all acted in concert to unlawfully deny me my fundamental right as a parent and my daughters right to have their mother in their life. On August 3, 2010, Judge Scott B. Ugell referred to my ex as his, “very, very good client” while appearing before his co-jurist Judge William P. Warren, his co-jurist and had exparte communication.”
“Justice bought is Justice Denied. The public outcry is priceless and is what it will take to reunite me with my daughters, A & M. My heart breaks for my daughters as they have become the innocent victims of the court.”
“Do you think anyone of these judges would allow what was done to me happen to someone in their family? But yet, this is what they do to families on a daily basis.”
Thank you for all of your support, Susan Carrington
Susan Carrington gets big win in court-
The controversial child custody case pitting Maryland woman Susan Carrington vs. Rockland’s John McNelis of the influential Rockland County McNelis family has taken a sudden turn in her favor.
At a Rockland County Family Court hearing last Thursday in which McNelis sought action against Carrington for allegedly violating an order preventing her from contacting her two pre-teen daugthers via social media, normally McNelis-friendly jurist Family Court Referee Dean Mendehlson slapped McNelis and abdicated New York’s jurisdiction in the case.
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