The Judicial War On Men

The Judicial War On Men

by Eric Nelson
The Judicial War On Men

The Judicial War On Men

by Eric Nelson



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In the Kavanagh era this book about false accusations against men and the judicial destruction of innocent male lives is timely.

This book takes a hard look at an area of extreme failure by the judiciary: The issuing of family law "domestic violence" restraining orders (DVRO's) against men who have not committed any crime, no acts of violence, no acts of abuse, no stalking and no threatening. Using official judicial training videos, notebooks and Power Point slides Dr. Nelson shows how family law DVRO's can be issued for no cause at all, or a man hurt his wife's feelings by saying something mean, or when a father says he will seek custody of his children.

Dr. Nelson explains how every due process right is stripped from men when a family law DVRO is requested. Men don't have the right to present evidence, call witnesses, or even have a record created telling why a DVRO was issued--yet they can be issued for life. The penalties are more severe than committing a crime yet men do not have the right to a state appointed attorney to defend them. The process occurs in as little as three weeks.

Using official data Dr. Nelson reveals seven feminist beliefs taught to judges in spite of the fact that every one of them has been proven false by empirical science. Official judicial data shows judges trained on feminist judicial practice will--for the same set of facts--favor females (and thus oppose males) by up to 620%. Official data shows the implicit anti-male bias of family law judges.

Two chapters tell the stories of dozens of men whose lives were ruined by false accusations made by females.

Funding of the family law DVRO machine is revealed, as well as the financial and legal incentives for women to seek illicit family law DVRO's against their ex-male partners.

A lengthy chapter reveals the goals and strategies of feminism which is the force behind feminist judicial practice (FJP). To understand the true nature of FJP it is necessary to understand the hidden brutality of feminism. It helps the reader understand why feminist judicial practice drives judges to destroy innocent men.

Multiple examples of feminist obstruction and destruction of empirical data which falsifies their beliefs are revealed including how a feminist congresswoman, Pat Schroeder, destroyed a worldwide 25 year Air Force study that found about half of all accusations of rape are false. The book reveals solid empirical evidence that shows up to 39% of accusations of DV and 50% of accusations of rape are false.

Several amicus curiae briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court pertaining to DV are subjected to empirical analysis. Shoddy scientific review and many serious errors revealed. U.S. v. Castleman (134 S.Ct. 1405, 2014) is subjected to empirical analysis, revealing many mistaken claims about DV made by Justice Sotomayor, author of the decision. Additionally, claims about DV by a "DV expert" who regularly testifies against men regularly are also subjected to empirical scrutiny. Many serious errors are revealed.

One chapter recommends dozens of ways men can avoid being falsely accused--or, how they might respond if it occurs. <== Worth the purchase price alone.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162693680
Publisher: Aequalitatem Publishing
Publication date: 05/25/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 1,060,792
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Eric Nelson has six college degrees, including a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis. He has peer reviewed publications across six disciplines, and is a peer reviewer for 11 scholarly journals. He is an honorably discharged United States Marine Corps counterintelligence Gunnery Sergeant, former police officer specializing in the investigation of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Eric has worked as a forensic analyst, Chancellor's liaison to public safety, and as an adjunct professor.
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