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February 21 2020

A Brief Synopsis of Parent Alienation Syndrome (PAS)
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Re: Father Rights Canada / Has anyone ever been successful with perjury or contempt charges against your ex?
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It is all up to the judge. The guy that looked over the majority of my cases allowed my ex...
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Brent Koinberg audience: Public
Aaron Rusnak, I wanted the charges hoping that child services would actually do their jobs...
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Re: Re: Father Rights Canada / Has anyone ever been successful with perjury or contempt charges against your ex?

by: Brent Koinberg
Aaron Rusnak, I wanted the charges hoping that child services would actually do their jobs

Re: Father Rights Canada / Has anyone ever been successful with perjury or contempt charges against your ex?

by: Brent Koinberg
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It is all up to the judge. The guy that looked over the majority of my cases allowed my ex to continually lie. Including to him. I brought proof of the lies and he just shrugged it off. In the end, I

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