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Irish mother files Federal lawsuit under the alien tort act. April 27, 2014

Filed under: Court Cases — familyinnocence @ 1:52 pm

An Irish mother has filed a federal lawsuit against the State of Connecticut, under the alien tort act, for terminating her parental rights to her 4 year old son without cause. Colleen Kerwick, (“a deemed alien”), is an attorney and alleges that the Connecticut family law court issued an exparte order without notice or opportunity to be heard and has discriminated against her national status in retaliation for advocating for family law reform in her State. A first amended complaint has been filed in case Case 3:14-cv-00123-JCH.

Kendrick alleges the following in her complaint:

55. Leslie Olear issued an access order ex parte to facilitate a vacation for Plaintiff Savinos’ father.
56. Leslie Olear issued a second ex parte order terminating each and every fundamental right of Plaintiff Colleen Kerwick to parent her child on the basis of the earlier ex parte access order which had not been served on Plaintiff Colleen Kerwick
57. Leslie Olear issued an order terminating each and every fundamental right of plaintiff Colleen Kerwick to parent her child for an alleged five (5) hour delay in access, per an order Plaintiff was not served with.
58. Leslie Olear issued an order terminating each and every fundamental right of plaintiff Colleen Kerwick to parent her child without any finding of neglect.
59. Leslie Olear issued an order terminating each and every fundamental right of plaintiff Colleen Kerwick to parent her child without any finding of abuse.
60. Leslie Olear issued an order terminating each and every fundamental right of plaintiff Colleen Kerwick to parent her child without any finding of mental or physical illness.
61. Leslie Olear’s order terminating each and every fundamental right of plaintiff Colleen Kerwick to parent her child was entered ex parte without due process of law.
62. Leslie Olear’s order providing sole custody to father,endangered the minor child.
63. Leslie Olears order violated International Human Rights law. Leslie Olear was recused from the case.
64. Kerry Tarpy’s bills in Plaintiff’s case were published in the Washington Times. Billing practices of divorce vendors were also covered in the Hartford Courant Newspaper. Plaintiff spoke about the billing practices of divorce vendors on the CT-N network on television.
65. Kerry Tarpey retaliated against Plaintiff for speaking out about Family Court vendor billing.
66. Kerry Tarpey advocated that the ex parte order terminating custody should be sustained, despite previously advocating for 50-50 custody.
67. Anna Ficeto is a magistrate judge in Hartford County Family Court, where Judge Leslie Olear presides and handled a portion of the case for Judge Olear.
68. Anna Ficeto allowed the ex parte order to remain for over one (1) month prior to Plaintiff Colleen Kerwick having an opportunity to show cause as to why it should not have been granted.
69. Anna Ficeto permitted continuances from January 2, 2014 to January 8, 2014 to January 18, 2014 to January 24, 2014.
70. Anna Ficeto permitted plaintiff’s adversary to have at least two attorneys speak for him, but refused to facilitate Plaintiff having even one attorney.
71. Anna Ficeto claimed that Plaintiff, who has never been an admitted attorney in Connecticut State and never studied Family Law, could self-represent in a matter as deeply personal and emotional as her own child custody case. Even medical doctors cannot self-treat.
72. Anna Ficeto held Plaintiff to the highest rules of evidence,despite being a pro se litigant.
73. Anna Ficeto allowed Father’s vendors to call Plaintiff “crazy” for having an Irish accent and spelling of her name in both Gaeilge and English.
74. Anna Ficeto adopted each and every recommendation of Kerry Tarpey, despite being aware of a pending motion to recuse Tarpey for bias and despite being aware that Tarpey had not spoken with Plaintiff Colleen Kerwick since she recommended 50-50 parenting after which her bills were published.
75. Without any showing of abuse, Anna Ficeto agreed with the termination of plaintiff’s physical and legal custody of Plaintiff’s child by Judge Olear.
76. Without any showing of neglect, Anna Ficeto agreed with the termination of plaintiff’s physical and legal custody of her child by Judge Olear.
77. Without any showing of physical or mental illness, Anna Ficeto agreed with the temporary termination of plaintiff’s physical and legal custody of her child by Judge Olear.
78. Without any showing of physical abuse, neglect and on an admission that plaintiff Colleen Kerwick is a good parent, the State of Connecticut by Kerry Tarpy, Anna Ficeto and Leslie Olear took a four (4) year old child’s mother away from him and has continued to refuse any access to date.

Via : Michelle MacDonald and Samantha Rucki

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