Thursday, January 27, 2011

Women Justices on a role ?

Did you know that?

• In New Hampshire one party is pro se in 85% of all civil cases in the district court and 48% of all civil cases in the superior court in 2004. -

• In probate court, both sides are unrepresented by lawyers in 38% of cases. In superior court domestic relations cases, almost 70% of cases have one pro se party, while in district court domestic violence cases, 97% of the cases have one pro se party. See.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Petition to Kill NH Bill 39 - Rep Boehm wants only English, mathematics, science, social studies, and physical education...(???)

Ralph is it? An adequate education is not 4 subjects, I see you left in physical education are you a jock or wanna be.
Children need a variety of programs to be successful not everyone wants to go to college. You claim through this bill that with minimal subjects that children will be prepared for college.  However, you neglect to realize that college is something not yet affordable for every student in America or even every student’s desire. 
                                                                                                         guest sign in Denise-Marie McIntosh

Monday, January 24, 2011

BIG TROUBLE - questions to ask yourself - READ BETWEEN THE LINES

Attorney General Michael Delaney told the Executive Council that he is deciding whether to appeal a case regarding state hiring practices.

In November, a Merrimack County Superior Court judge ruled that the state must give laid-off state employees preference in being rehired into a more senior position, as long as the employee meets the minimum qualifications. The case centered on an employee of the Sununu Youth Services Center, but the ruling could have a significant impact on all the state's rehiring practices. Delaney argued that the ruling would allow a laid-off employee to "leapfrog" over everyone else for a promotion, whether or not the employee has appropriate management skills.  Perhaps wording is a factor here to the writer of the piece must give  "laid-off  state employees preference in being rehired"  as opposed to someone off the street or someone already employed - if someone else within has more experience than they could choose them and then put the laid-off candidate with less expereince there.  hmm the word preference means =

Friday, January 21, 2011

Speak Out about family court endangerment of children SAVE THE DATE WRITE YOUR CONGRESSMAN

From: CA Protective Parents Association
Subject: News from CA Protective Parents Association

Date: Saturday, January 15, 2011, 4:25 PM

Dear Friends,

Congratulations to Mo Hannah and her team for a great Battered Mothers Custody Conference in Albany NY! We heard it was awesome.

1. SAVE THE DATES: February 13 and 14, 2011.

Mothers of Lost Children will gather at the White House from 2:00 to 4:00 pm Sunday 2/13 for a vigil and speak out about family court endangerment of children. On Monday 2/14 at 11:00 am we will gather at the US Department of Human Services, 200 Independence Ave SW, Washington DC for a press conference to protest the huge expenditure on Fatherhood and the zero expenditure on Motherhood. At noon we will march to Congress to ask again for Congressional hearings. It is crucial to maintain our presence in Washington DC. We encourage all you brave and hardy souls to join us in person. Wear your warmest clothes. See

Please consider writing letters to your 2 US Senators and your 1 Congressmember ( ) to request Congressional hearings on the failure of family courts to protect children. You can attach a 1 page summary of your case, if you wish.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

New Information no surprises Federal Government again finds NH DCYF not in COMPLIANCE

Thank you Denise for your submission of the Federal Audit which further explains the audit recently released by NH DHHS, and submitted by Unhappygrammy. 

Denise's research relays that when looking at the numbers released by DHHS NH found at:  
to understand the % factors.  To be an effective agency the federal guidelines state they must be within 95% compliance in all areas.  While the Federal Report centers on 3 main areas of NH.  The state report gives accurate numbers to each of the 12 offices of DCYF another factor these figures is that the cases are pulled randomly.

This link will bring you to a comparison:

New Information no surprises Federal Government again finds NH DCYF not in COMPLIANCE

Domestic Violence Victims Denied Assistance, where of course Nashua NH - Real Resources

Police in Nashua, NH 2011                                                     DCYF in Nashua, NH 2011

An unnamed mother sustains non-threatening visible injuries - receives threats of strangulation - Nashua Police arrive for a "domestic disturbance" - called in by the aggressor - no documentation.

Another mother Nashua NH - receives non-threatening visible injuries attack is seen in a wide open public place in Nashua - bystanders look on - mother receives no support from law enforcement because the aggressor is part of law enforcement in another area of the state.

Mother & children A call to Bridges, Nashua - for Domestic Violence Support only to be denied, and a call to another shelter across the state only to be accepted. Keep trying until you get the help you need.

Mother & children A call to Bridges, Nashua - for Domestic Violence Support only to be told you need to leave the situation – however no resources given to enable a mother to leave.

Mother & children Bridges Advocate assists at court in filing out paperwork for a restraining order only to have denied because its not filed out correctly.

DCYF in Nashua, NH 2011

Has no perception of the domestic violence situation and has interjected their power and control to separate the children from the victim, without recourse for the predator all in an effort to exert their own personal needs for power and control and their special "mission".

A 2010 Statewide Assessment of DCYF shows Nashua, NH is FAILING AGAIN to supply services for families in need.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Woman arrested after domestic stabbing -

1/3/11 Woman arrested after domestic stabbing - charged with a class
A felony - a man was the victim - injuries that weren’t life-threatening


9/2/10 Mass. Man Charged With Domestic Violence In Nashua - New Hampshire News Story - WMUR Manchester

A Man charged with second-degree and simple assault, domestic violence and falsifying physical evidence after police respond to a report of a stabbing - the victim a woman suffered from non-life-threatening injuries

Double Standard or did the laws change in the last 3+ months. Just do a check on how reporters report on women versus men in these issues bias?  compare the charges and the woman may end up with more jail time for the same crime

Police Serve First NH Strangulation Charge - New Hampshire News Story - WMUR Manchester

Police Serve First NH Strangulation Charge - New Hampshire News Story - WMUR Manchester

1st evidence = 2nd degree assault RSA 631:2 I (a) … causes serious bodily injury to another… 2nd DV aggressor blames victim. Victim is you over powered, airway restricted gasping for air, terror, struggle, if you escape affects last long after the marks. Without safe guards & support the behavior escalates Missy’s result 2 deaths almost 3. Victims need to attain safety & heal from the abuse. Batterers need to accept liability for choosing to use violence & learn to act in a nonabusive manner

This new law will aid in stopping the violence.