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On this Father's Day, perhaps it's proper to be reminded of all of the good fathers who are not allowed to see their children just because they got divorced. This occurs all across the world. Putting aside the ridiculous amounts of money that are stolen from fathers purportedly as "child support," try to imagine not being allowed to see your kids for no other reason than a vindictive ex-wife or a government who intends to destroy a man's life (all in the "best interests of the children," of course). What would you do if you were forcefully kept from seeing your kids?

FTA: "A MAN is believed to have set himself on fire outside of Brisbane's iconic Supreme Court complex after an unfavourable family court decision, according to witnesses at the scene... "He said absolutely nothing," Ms Pannel said. "He was so quiet it wasn't funny."

Man sets himself alight in Brisbane


Original posting by Braincrave Second Life staff on Jun 20, 2010 at http://www.braincrave.com/viewblog.php?id=236

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