Book Appendix Documents
1. Hearsay commentary of undercover surveillance.
There was no videorecording or audiorecording of this undercover operator’s “findings.” Only hearsay.
2. Note to Paul Dasher
This is the handwritten note I gave to Paul Dasher, PhD, in the court hallway during a hearing at which Dasher reputedly appeared before Judge Margaret Mary McVeigh. (I was not present in that courtroom scene.) Dasher then gave this handwritten note to Judge Margaret Mary McVeigh, who called it a “report to the court” from me. The fabricated communication provided by Margaret Mary McVeigh to the New Jersey Licensing Board was part of a contrived complaint related to events that never occurred that were then used as the basis for investigation against my New Jersey social work license.
Statement from the mother of the four children for whom I served as a child advocate in bringing charges of physical abuse against the father.
5. Letter from Strengthen Our Sisters to the judge
In which the director provided testimony related to her direct knowledge of severe physical emotional sexual abuse of shelter resident/mother of three boys who had become the subjects of my advocacy.
8. Court order re visitation and police rendering “all assistance necessary”
14. Traits and Examples
Forensic file case documenting children suffering when courts isolate children in the hands of an abuser. detailed chronicling of abuse suffered by the children was submitted to the court and ignored until the foundation confronted and demanded action from the Utah state attorney general’s office —which eventually led to the freeing of the children from abusive that rose to the level torture.