Stephen Miller attended the baptism. Soon after, however, he filed a contempt of court action against Stacy Miller, alleging she had violated the couple's parenting plan.He seems to have created a martyr out of Stacy. He's also a jerk.
Tennessee is going to immensely regret taking this step in governing private matters.
I would say the judge is also a jerk. You expect the ex to be a jerk, but why do the courts play this game?
She must be assimilated to the Borg. They are just doing their duty. She will thank them, once she has been completely absorbed.
Translation: He is a bundle of sticks who is really an aetheist and hates any Biblically-based religion.
The guy sounds like he has contempt for his wife, and is using his son. Since the divorce is final, he lost control over the family, and doesn’t like losing the power he once held. No wonder they are divorced.
This government thinks 12 year olds are perfectly old enough to make decisions on sex without parental influence though.
However, I lived in Tennessee for 13 years and had occasion to observe their legal system. Some of their judges are the most ignorant, lazy, stupid, ill mannered and ill bred people on earth. And this case sounds 100% like a case where the ex husband's lawyer and the judge are poker playing buddies.
The Judge is the real jerk here.
The father attended the baptism, that indicates acquiescence if not approval.
To then demand this woman be put in jail 4 months later is an outrageous waste of the Court’s time. They are not going to un-do a Baptism. It is a MOOT point.
Further, this father’s history does NOT indicate that he takes religion seriously. Rather it shows he is ambivalent about it, which is fine, but I don’t think he can be permitted to inflict that ambivalence on his son and ex-wife.
For the Judge to send this woman to jail over this is a complete travesty.
If I were she I’d move for full custody of the child as the father has shown that he is hostile to her and indifferent to the well being of his child.
And if that Judge is elected I’d try very hard to get him ousted, and if he not elected I’d try very hard to get him impeached.
Divorces can be exceedingly mean, and the amount of willful pain that people can inflict on each other is amazing. This is why overlap in their lives afterwards must be planned with great caution.
Ah, just typical, the parent must promote a plan, but then the plan is the government's plan.
All these divorces are all about is about paying some CPS or Education whore who will indoctrinate the child.
Any pro-Christian parent is on the hit list, and the parent (gay) who sides with the state's agenda of brainwashing the child to worship the judge and whatever garbage that "expert" is deeming to be "harmful" to the child gets the accolades.
This is the same program that communist Obama is promoting... This is all for lawyer and government to pocket child support and rearing moneys while telling the tax paying parents who are not properly represented to STFU.
YEp, this is Amerika, Brazile, Nazi Germany and the SOviet Union... no shame.
In July 2010, his parents finalized their divorce. Stacy Miller was represented at the time by attorney Keith Pope, who would later admit he was addicted to cocaine. She signed a parenting agreement at the behest of Pope that gave both her and her ex-husband "joint decision making" on matters including "religious upbringing."
Considering that he's an Episcopalian and she's a Baptist, that's going to be a major conflict.
I sympathize with Stacy Miller and Holland. Bad counsel can do a number on one's life.
Section 2. That government being instituted for the common benefit, the doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power and oppression is absurd, slavish, and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind.
Section 3. That all men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own conscience; that no man can of right be compelled to attend, erect, or support any place of worship, or to maintain any minister against his consent; that no human authority can, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience; and that no preference shall ever be given, by law, to any religious establishment or mode of worship.
IMO, sounds like the judge should be punched in the face, and then laughed out of the courtroom.
This is a divorce case NOT a religion case.
They made a contract, she ignored it under the pretext of religion.
She reaped what she sowed.
He seems to have created a martyr out of Stacy. He’s also a jerk.
They think of them selves as Gods, i think some of them are Gods alright GDSOBs. In the first place the justice system
should refuse to be involved in those sort of things.
Does it make sense that this same justice system is trying to take away parental rights when it comes to under age girls getting abortions, but in order to get a bath it must be agreed upon by both parents?
And yes, at that age a bath with out soap and a wash rag is really all it amounts to.