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Deprivation of Civil Rights Under the Color of Law : Human Tragedies, Deception and Power #Law

Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Visits: 11

Lisa will tell her story of kidnapping of her child and her life’s dream stolen away by out of control judicial systems and political power.

Deprivation of Civil Rights Under the Color of Law
18 U.S.C 241 and 242 Section 1983 and 1985.

Judicial accountability? Not possible! Under “political Subdivision” they are NOT Public officials, they are; “PRIVATE CONTRACTORS” they have no oath! It’s a de factor court! Without facts, and they are “actors” so it’s FICTIONAL! Not real, therefore NO oath of fake office they hold!

PAS Family Advocacy is founded on a 3rd step prayer. being of service to use our pain , experience, and knowledge to educate and advocate for others. Parental Alienation or IPV has profited into a $50 BILLION dollars a year, causing detrimental harm to the innocent babies whom cry for their fit parent nightly, yet can not be seen or touched, or rocked to sleep. This is considered IPV, Intimate Partner Violence to the DSM-5. Any mental health professional should be fully versed on this pathology and underlying signs leading up to full alienation. Between the uninformed and failed court system & the Narcissistic ex-spouse, there is hope, we promise you. 

Lisa has over twenty years of professional and compassionate expertise as a Child Development Counselor and specializing in Behavior Therapy and modification. She has a diverse background in the mental health field as well as the legal field and is well-versed with case law and case study in the family court system & criminal court system  As well as being a Landmark Forum graduate, Lisa is well-versed in conflict resolution and communication skills for solution for the entire family dynamic. All Curriculum Vieta’s are available upon request, as well as personal & professional references. Lisa’s greatest pride & Joy is her daughter, Laila.  

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Support organizations we subscribe to
1. National Human Trafficking Hot-line 1 888 373 7888 or text tem @ 233 8255

2. Operation Underground Railroad- they’ve made a significant impact in ending sex trafficking and sexual exploitation by rescuing and supporting thousands of survivors in 28 countries and 26 U.S States. You can subscribe for updates and ways to help.
3. Refuge For Women- 702 984 8501 this is a faith based organization providing a residential healing and recovery program for survivors of trafficking and sexual exploitation to receive safe housing, counseling, life and work skills development during their 9-12 month stay

4. National Alliance to End Sexual Violence- (NSVRC) they focus on public policy, public education, and holding National Sexual Assalult Conferences. There’s volunteer opportunities also.

5. End Rape On Campus (EROC) – this is a survivor advocacy group dedicated to ending sexual violence through education, policy, and legislature reform. They provide free direct access to all survivors of on campus sex violence

6. The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) – survivors will find a good link to a counselor for support. you can donate or start your own fundraiser to their non profit charity. 92% goes to helping victims helping victims. 800 656 HOPE (4673)

7. Know Your IX- This is a body that educates students about their rights to go to college w/o any fear of sexual assault. It presses for stricter application of Title IX

8. Promoting Awareness/Victim Empowerment (PAVE) – Chicago, IL National database resource center provides crisis
centers, legal assistance, healing providers, safety professionals, and shelters that serve survivors of sexual violence & human trafficking

9. The grateful Garment Project – 408 674 5744 non profit in San Jose , Cali. provides victims of sex violence the clothing & other resources they need to reclaim their dignity and begin the healing process

10. The Glory House- Miami, FL 888 373 7888 If you or someone you know is a victim of human trafficking and requires immediate help

Human Trafficking Help Sources


• 1-888-373-7888 Text Befree or Help to 233733 email

• 1735 Family Crisis Center La, California 310-543-9900

• 916-365-2606

• A Safe place (Illinois) 800-600-7233

• 336-365-1065

• Advocates for Freedom


• Breaking Free, Inc. 630-897-1003

• Breaking The Chains

• End Slavery Tennessee (Nashville) 615-806-6899

• Iowa Legal Aid

• Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking (Ames) 515-290-1909