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Saturday, February 15, 2014

Saturday 15 Feb. 2014, 5 PM Eastern, 2 PM Pacific



Citizens Demanding Justice Upcoming Internet Radio Shows


Family Court and the Right to Informed Consent


Show Number 2


Saturday 15 Feb. 2014, 5 PM Eastern, 2 PM Pacific

Guest Call in Number (310) 861-2349
 (Participants call in 10 Minutes Early)


Click on the link below to join the show or listen to archived version.http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sdcommunitycoalition/2014/02/15/family-court-and-the-right-to-informed-consent-part-2

We continue to look at the issue of mental health and the family courts, we talk with another parent who spent his time, money and all his heart to fight for the rights of his son and himself, only to be met with constant road-blocks, put in front of him by family court-appointed psychologists who were vested in drugging his child. We look at what parents can do to assert their rights, how they can work together to push through one of the toughest fights of their lives.



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