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The author of this blog was judicially censored in 2013. The proscriptions of the vague, overbroad, and flagrantly illegal prior restraint that was imposed upon him by a judge who has since been shamed off the bench were ones the author was alleged in 2016 to have “continuously and contemptuously violated.” Pending an appeal, which was denied in Dec. 2017, he had no choice but to dismantle a blog that was trafficked over 300,000 times a year. The 2016 court indicated how it would “construe” the unlawful speech injunction, leaving the writer some elbowroom (i.e., a remnant of his “inalienable” right to freedom of speech) to painstaking reconstruct an endeavor of thousands of hours invested over many years.


“FUCK THE COURT”: A Brief Lesson on American Civil Liberties for Those Who’ve Been Given Every Reason to Believe They’re a Mirage


Last of the 2016 Prosecutions Brought by Psych Patient Tiffany Bredfeldt & Co. against the Author of this Site Terminates: ILLEGAL SPEECH INJUNCTION COERCED FROM DISGRACED JUDGE IN 2013 IS GUTTED


#MeToo Politician Sunny Reynolds’ Protective Order TOSSED


Letter to the Editor Notes How Claims of “Abuse” Are Used to Exert Control


Resistance Is Feudal: Understanding the Role of the Court, Especially in Civil “Abuse” Prosecutions


About Liberalism and Its Deterioration of Civil Rights…and Its Own Credibility


A Brief Introduction to Feminist Rape Culture


Fighting the Arizona Injunction Against Harassment


Katie Roiphe Rebukes Feminists’ Trivialization of Due Process But Is Scarcely Less Guilty of It Herself


Tell Us a Story: Using Pennsylvania’s Laws to Expose Restraining Order Lawlessness


“Vicious Energy and Ugliness”: Candid Observations about the Feminist Movement by Prof. Katie Roiphe


Play Misty for Me: Feminine Psychodrama and Restraining Orders


Talking Back to Irish Feminist and Misandry-Denier Taryn de Vere


New York Magazine Writer Jonathan Chait Says “the Feminist Police Haven’t Gotten Around Yet to Tormenting the Innocent”


If Restraining Orders CAN Be Abused, then the PROCESS Is Abusive—and Should Be Repealed


Constituent of #MeToo Politician Sunny Reynolds Describes a Phone Response by the “Victim” Mayor as Dripping with the “Vilest Truculence and Hostility”


There Are No “Sides” to a Story That’s BS: How Restraining Order Policy Turns Lies into Realities


Singer-Songwriter Kat McSnatch Knows How You Feel (“Can She Say That? Can I?”)


One Way to Convince a Judge to Appoint You Free Legal Counsel


First Security Bank VP Tim Hargis, Whose Daughter Has Deceived the Police and the Court for over a Decade, Exemplifies the False Accusation Fence-Sitter


A Portrait of South Texas College’s Jen Terpstra, a High-Conflict Liar, Vexatious Complainant, Abuser of Court Process, and Headcase


“Men Lie” v. “Women Lie,” as Represented by Google News in November


“What Would Mrs. Grundy Say?” Has Nothing to Do with the Law: Scrutiny of the Restraining Order Case against Blogger and Political Activist Derek Logue as Reported by Writer Peter Schorsch


What Massachusetts Law Firm Dane Shulman Associates Says about Restraining Order Abuse and Divorce


Previously Paddled Attorney Chris Scileppi Tells an Arizona Superior Court Judge That This Blog’s Author Has “Terrorized” and “Demonized” His Clients with Computer Code—and Isn’t Jeered out of the Room


#MeToo Restraining Orders Petitioned by Politicians This Month


Most False Restraining Orders against Feminists Who Abuse Children Work


Alison Friedman and Karen Mallard: A Consideration of Two Congressional Candidates from Virginia Who Could Move for Reform of Corrupt Abuse Laws if Elected But Who Probably Wouldn’t


What Feminist Writer Sandra Newman Gets Right about False Accusation and Why That Disarms Her Contention That It “Almost Never [Has] Serious Consequences”


Warrenton, Virginia Vice Mayor Sunny Reynolds Explains What Legitimates the Protective Order Process


BABY ON BOARD: Restraining Order by Virginia Vice Mayor Sunny Reynolds Kneecaps Town Council Election Rival Who “Pointed His Finger at Her”; Letter to the Editor Criticizes Conduct


Using BREDFELDT v. GREENE to Illustrate How Courts Frame Facts


EPA Science Adviser Tiffany Bredfeldt’s “Victim’s Impact Statement,” Presented to the Arizona Superior Court (2016)


Why Are Pro Se Defendants More Suspect in the Eyes of Judges than Lying Accusers?


“INFEST ’IM”: Some Anagrams of FEMINIST with Commentary about Why It’s a Dirty Word


Feminist Writer Emily Lindin Explains How “Innocent Men Losing Their Jobs over False Sexual Assault/Harassment Allegations” Isn’t a Matter for Concern


What’s Wrong with the Protective Order Policy “Better Safe than Sorry”?


Another Instance of a Restraining Order against a Woman Petitioned by a Man She Allegedly Talked ABOUT


Presiding Tucson City Court Judge Antonio Riojas Acknowledges Restraining Orders Are “Abused” by “People Who…Say Things That Are Just Blatantly False”


Texas Officials Michael Honeycutt and Tiffany Bredfeldt Allege Sexual Solicitation in Contradictory Testimony to the Arizona Superior Court, Implicating a Tucson Man Who’s Been Falsely Accused for 11 Years: ILLEGAL GAG ORDER GUTTED; “WOMEN’S LAW,” TCEQ DISCREDITED


Rhetorical Pitfalls of Careless “Abuse” Reportage (40 Years’ Worth)


Can Anyone Publish and Criticize a Judicial Ruling (Including a Restraining Order)?


What Defamation Is and Isn’t: On Writing about Abuses of Process


How to Reform Corrupt “Abuse” Laws: VOTE THEIR SUPPORTERS OUT


It’s Court, Sport: Lying Isn’t Punished; Only Losing Is


Don’t Talk to Police, and Don’t Shake Hands with Reporters


Rape Is a Violation Not an Excuse for Violation


A Response to Sandra Newman’s Claim That “False Rape Accusations Almost Never Have Serious Consequences”


Weston Solutions Dirt Engineer Phil Bredfeldt Complains to the Court That He’s Been Stalked


“I Reckon”: The Standard of Proof Applied by Judges to Restraining Order Cases


Murdered Dogs: Among the Consequences of False Reports to the Police


If Restraining Order Cases Are Only about Narrative, How Do You Beat a Liar in Court?


If You’re Determined to Write about an Unjust Restraining Order (or Other Procedural Violation), There’s No Point in NOT Naming Names


Restraining Order Cases Are about One Thing: NARRATIVE


NoEthics.Net Holds Judges and Lawyers Accountable to the Laws They Ply


Why Judicial Process Is Corrupt: The “Customer” Is Always Right


What Does It Mean When a Defendant Is Enjoined by the Court from Making “Indirect Contact” with the Plaintiff?


“PERMANENTLY PROHIBITED”: Camden County, New Jersey’s Idea of a Just Order of the Court


The Female of the Species Is More Deadly than the Male: A Restraining Order Plot Twist That Fans of Novelist Gillian Flynn Will Appreciate


The Use of Restraining Orders to Bully Women: Jenny’s Story


A Man’s “Tasty Little Balls…What a Treat!”: On RAINES v. ARISTEO, Free Speech, and Censorship


Gimme a Break: A Response to Marlisse Silver Sweeney’s “What the Law Can (and Can’t) Do about Online Harassment”


FABRY v. POWERS: An Injunction against a Woman That Underscores the Wastefulness and Absurdity of the Restraining Order Process, and Its Licensing of Civil Rights Violations by the Courts


Restraining Orders as Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPPs)


How Perjury in Restraining Order Cases Is “Incentivized”


Evidence of Perjury Cannot Be Used to Appeal a Fraudulently Obtained Restraining Order


Midlife Madness and Restraining Order Abuse


“Contact”: A Lesson in Semantics for Officers of the Law and Court


“Hacked”: A Word Used by False Accusers That’s Code for CRAZY


No One Is a VICTIM Just because S/he Says S/he Is: A Reminder for Reporters…and Other People Who Shouldn’t Need Reminding


Laying the Blame for Epidemic Bullying where It Belongs: At the Feet of Feminist Liberalism


“No Stigma Zone”: A Case for VAWA Grants’ Being Issued to Provide All Government Offices with Dictionaries so Their Employees Can Look Up Words like “Stigma”


Why the Restraining Order Is the Perfect White Trash Instrument of Malice


WTF Is Wrong with Restraining Orders and the People Who Administer Them?


Restraining Orders Make Casual Interpretation of Superficial Facts Easy, Privative, and Enduringly Crippling


An Aggressive Approach to Restraining Order Policy Reform: Threaten to Sue the State Courts Administrator in Federal Court


The So-Called Dialogue about Restraining Order Injustice and How It Might Be Redirected with Smarter Words…Like FRAUD


States that MAY Allow Records of “Protective Orders” to be Expunged…and Why They’re So Few


What Can Be Done with Public Records, Like Restraining Orders, Arrests, and Convictions: A Tutorial for Judges and Everyone Who’s Been Lied about to One


How Restraining Order Fraud is Motivated and Concealed by VAWA and Its Advocates


Restraining Order Rulings Aren’t about Justice but about Justification, and Lies to the Court Only Work because Judges Also Lie


Some Inconvenient Facts to Consider before You Apply for a Restraining Order


An Introduction to Process for Anyone Who’s Been Falsely Accused on a Restraining Order Petition and Doesn’t Know Anything about the Law


What False Accusation and Rape Have in Common


Legal Abuse and “Learned Helplessness” (Including Commentary on the Mythical Value of “Taking the High Road”)


Another Way False Testimony Is Concealed: The Unconstitutional “Prior Restraint”


Introducing the “Indefinite Temporary Restraining Order”


Court-Abetted Trespassing, Burglary, Larceny, and Embezzlement: A Terminally Ill Man’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


How Restraining Orders Make American Civil Procedure Contemptible (Russian Teacake, Anyone?)


“Somebody Do Something to End This Madness!”: One Commenter’s Appeal for Restraining Order Reform


Litigation Privilege: Why Restraining Order Fraud Is Pandered to and Why the Falsely Accused Are Denied Recourse to the Law for Vindication, Relief, and Recovery of Damages


Naked Wrestling for a Cassette Recorder: What Does a Protection Order Affidavit Look Like?


The Words Get in the Way: Reconceiving Arguments against Restraining Order Fraud


Mixed Loyalties: Why the Only One Looking Out for the Victim of Restraining Order Abuse is the Victim of Restraining Order Abuse, or, Why You’re on Your Own


“There’s No Justice System; There’s Just a System”: A California Paralegal’s Advice on Defending Yourself against a Restraining Order Based on Fraud


Law Professor Brooke Coleman Explains Why the Civil Defendant Is Denied Legal Counsel, and Why This Is Unjust


Understanding the Significance of False Accusations in Restraining Order and Related “Trials”


“Defend Our Constitutional Rights”: Anne’s Proposal to Redress Restraining Order Injustice


Constitutional Rights Are Only Real if They Can’t Be Denied: On the Price of Tolerating Bad Law


A Consideration of Attorney Gregory Hession’s “How to Fight a False Allegation Restraining Order”


Pointers for Contesting a Restraining Order


What Do People Accused in Civil Court Have to Complain About?: Civil Prosecutions and PTSD


A New York Judge Rules That Emailing Someone at Work Doesn’t Meet the Criterion of “Stalking”


Common Practices in Restraining Order Trials That the D.C. Court of Appeals Rejected Almost 20 Years Ago


Precautions to Take (Immediately) if You’ve Been Issued a Restraining Order


If a Man Who Complains of Procedural Abuse is an “MRA,” What Do You Call a Woman Who Complains of Procedural Abuse?


What Makes Someone an “MRA”? Why Are Those Guys So ANGRY?


Why I Think TBOGG Is a DBAG: A Few Words in Defense of “Restraining-Order-Americans” (and PETA)


An Anagram of RationalWiki Is “A Liar—I Know It”: Talking Back to Little Sisters Who Play Big Brother


Restraining Orders Don’t Empower Anyone but Police Officers, Prosecutors, and Judges; “Victims” Are Relieved of Their Rights, Also


Women’s Use of Restraining Orders to Commit Rape


“Rapist by Default”: Is This a Court Ruling That Should Be Possible in the Civilized World?


What Restraining Order Defendants Need to Know That No One Ever Tells Them: The Truth Doesn’t Matter


Borderline Personality Disorder, Procedural Abuse, and Feminism: A Victim’s Reckoning of Their Tolls


A Wronged Father’s Immodest Proposal for Restraining Order Reform


There Is Nothing about Restraining Order Law, Its Abuse, or Its Application That ISN’T Political


Restraining Orders Are Not Solutions People Should Be Told They Can Stake Their Lives On


That They’re Made in Civil Court, Too: A Response to Megan McArdle’s “What We Don’t Know about False Claims of Rape”


Low and Outside: An Umpire’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse (by an Underhand Screwball)


What “the Law” Means in the Restraining Order Arena and Why All Reasonable Expectations Defendants Have Are Wrong, Wrong, Wrong


ManBoobz and Subreddits: Why Your Abuse by the Justice System Is Less Important than a Communal Toilet


You Don’t Want to “Be a Part of It”: Commentary on New York’s Protection Order Biz


The Question of “Angry White Men” and Complaints of Procedural Abuse


Why More Falsely Accused Don’t Speak Out


“Asia’s Law”: A Bereaved Father’s Proposal to End Parental Alienation


In Its Condemnation of the Men’s and Fathers’ Rights Movements, the Southern Poverty Law Center Has Institutionalized Bigotry and Hate (Including Racial Bigotry and Hate)—Here’s How


The “Nightmare” Neil Shelton Has Lived for Three Years and Is Still Living: A Father’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


Misperception of the Damages of False Accusation Isn’t a Girls-Only Fault


False Accusations and Murder: More Headlines about the Effects of Finger-Pointing and Legal Abuse


False Accusations and Suicide: Some Headlines about the Effects of Finger-Pointing and Legal Abuse (Culled for the Empathically Challenged)


Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here: The Hell of Legal Abuse Syndrome


Courthouse Violations and PTSD: What Is “Legal Abuse Syndrome”?


“Shame and Stigma” and the “Mean-Spirited Cultural Response” That Efforts to Cast Them Off Provoke: Procedural Abuse and Parental Alienation


A Victory for Free Speech: Matthew Chan Prevails in His First Amendment Appeal of a Lifetime Restraining Order


STINKIEST: Most Restraining Orders Are Sought Impulsively, if Not Maliciously


STINKIER: Not Only Do the Courts Toss Most Restraining Order Petitions, a Lot of the Ones That Are Finalized Are Later Withdrawn by Their Petitioners


STINKY: Most Restraining Order Petitions Are Rejected by the Courts


Invoking the Fifth Amendment Protection against Self-Incrimination in “Domestic Violence” Cases


A Word on Restraining Order Statistics and the Rate of False Restraining Orders


First Amendment Rights from Beyond the Grave: Defense of a Suicide’s Publication of His Final Words by the Randazza Legal Group


Judicial Incompetence and the Consequences of Restraining Order Rulings (Using South Carolina to Illustrate Why the Restraining Order Process is Pernicious)


In Perspective: How to Look at Restraining Order Judges Neutrally


Diddly: What Judges Who Issue Restraining Orders May Know about the Law


More on False Accusation Culture: A Memoir That Exemplifies how False Accusations Are Motivated by “Mass Panic”


Even when They’re Right, They’re Wrong: A Female Author Agrees Domestic Violence Laws Are Exploited to “Set Up” Partners but Puts the Blame Squarely on Men


Talking Back to Restraining Orders Online: What the First Amendment Says Is Okay


“She Said That I Had Been Burning Him Intentionally and That I Had Kidnapped Him”: Aaron’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


Cross-Examination: Yet Another Way the Deck Is Stacked against Restraining Order Defendants


Inciting Violence: If Lawmakers Require a Compelling Motive for Restraining Order Reform, How about This One?


“On the Receiving End of a Sociopath’s Lies”: A Professional Mom’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


Games That Kill: Sex, the “Justice System,” Accusal, Restraining Orders, and “the News”


Granting Anonymity to “Men Wrongly Accused of Rape” Is Not about Anything but Protecting the Innocent: Talking Back to Joan Smith, Chair of the Mayor of London’s Violence Against Women and Girls Panel


Accusation of “Whatever”: How We’ve Forgotten What Restraining Orders Were For


RestrainingOrderAbuse.com Guest Post by Matthew S. Chan, the Appellant in a Restraining Order Case before Georgia’s Highest Court


(Straw) Hats off to Tennessee, the One State in the Nation That Has a Provision for Expunging a Bogus Restraining Order


Restraining Orders Are Public Records


Is the Horror of False Accusation More Urgent and Credible when Harvard Law Prof Alan Dershowitz Describes It?


Not All Feminists Are Women, but All Feminists Are Responsible for Why False Accusations Are Rampant and Why They Work


“You have bullsh*t; we have research”: The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence v. Daddy Justice (Or, Why False Allegations Are a Serious Problem)


Dust It Off: This Isn’t 1979, and It’s Time Restraining Order Laws Were Reconsidered


Feminism and False Accusation Culture


“Trapped”: Betty’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


Why Women Who Are Falsely Implicated as Abusers Have No Defenders


Scapegoating: All Violence against Women, Including Rape, IS Punished—It’s Just Not the Guilty Who Necessarily Bear the Blame


You Can’t Sue for Perjury: Why Targets of Restraining Order Fraud and Other Procedural Abuses Based on Lies Get Screwed and Stay Screwed


Restraining Orders and the First Amendment: A Female Blogger’s Successful Appeal of a Restraining Order That Labeled Her a “Cyber-Stalker”


Judicial Impression Management: What Makes False Allegations “True” and True Allegations “False” (and Drives Victims of Procedural Abuses to Despair)


The Politics of Feminism and Women’s Law: A Response to Zerlina Maxwell’s Editorial “No Matter What Jackie Said, We Should Generally Believe Rape Claims”


Blinded by Science: Examining the Australian Government’s Sexual Assault Statistics to Expose How Such Science Is Derived, How It’s Applied, and Why It’s Not Really as Scientific as It’s Represented to Be


Stepford Syndrome: Why Feminist Rape Rhetoric Is Both Tiresome and Disturbing (and How It Hurts Not Only Men, but Women, Too)


Retracting False Allegations to the Court


Restraining Orders as “Revenge Porn”


A Source of False Reporting and Procedural Abuse Even Feminists Can’t Get Behind: Women Lying about Women


Chicken Sh*t from Rotten Eggs: Rosemary’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


J’s Story: Restraining Order Abuse and the “Dreaded Crazy”


Interminable Indeterminacy: How False Allegations on Restraining Orders May Be Worse than False Allegations of Rape


Living in the Crosshairs: Crackpot Neighbors, False Reports, and Restraining Order Abuse


How Dogma Is Preserved: A Feminist Law Professor Is Awarded a $500,000 Grant from Uncle Sam to Prove Claims of False Allegations in Family Court Are “Junk Science”


Criminalizing Criticism: Restraining Orders, the First Amendment, and Chan v. Ellis


Hocus-Pocus: More on False Restraining Orders and the Five Magic Words


The Five Magic Words: What Do Restraining Order Defendants Mean when They Say They’ve Been Falsely Accused?


A Story of Female Sterilization That Should Stress to Those Who’ve Been Violated by Fraudulent Abuse of Legal Process Why Reporting Judicial Tyranny and False Accusers Is by Itself Pointless (You Must Demand Change)


“Predator” v. “Porn Star”: Restraining Order Fraud, False Allegations, and Suing for Defamation


How It Serves Political Interests to Issue Restraining Orders Falsely


Beating up Disabled Girls: False Allegations and Judicial Dishonor


Representatives of the Israeli Bar Association Report False Accusations of Domestic Violence Have “Reached Epidemic Proportions”


BLACKMAIL: Using Restraining Orders to Extort and Punish


What Journalists Need to Understand about What Restraining Orders Are: A Tutorial for Investigators, Part 2


What Journalists Need to Understand about Restraining Orders and Their Abuse: A Tutorial for Investigators, Part 1


Feminist Response Invited: Mom Gives up after Spending $25,000 to Fight a False Restraining Order and Regain Custody of Her Son Only to Have Her Ex-Husband Start the Whole Thing over Again


“Women scare the sh— out of me”: When Restraining Orders Are Petitioned by Female Stalkers against Men Who Treat Them Sensitively


A Brief Look at Perjury Prosecutions: Who and What Counts and Who and What Doesn’t


Restraining Order Registries: Using Indiana’s Policies to Expose Government’s Abuse of Its Citizens


A Circle of Moms Reports on False Allegations to CPS (and Says the Same Things That Father’s Groups Say about the Abuse of Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence Laws)


Facts and Fairness: Using Arizona’s Policies to Expose Restraining Order Iniquity


Battering Women to Protect Battered Women: Using Massachusetts’s Policies to Examine Restraining Order Publicity and Its Damages


Big Money v. No Money: VAWA and the Men’s Rights Movement


Responding to a Feminist Professor Kelly Behre’s Perspectives on Men’s Rights Activism


“The PPO Destroyed My Career”: Grant’s Story of Restraining Order Abuse


Connecticut Lawmakers Conclude Getting a Restraining Order Isn’t Easy Enough Already


Schizo: How Judges Think about Restraining Orders


When Girls’ Being Girls Isn’t Cute: False Allegations of Violence and Rape


Preserving the Safety of Persecuted Cheerleaders: New Jersey’s Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Revisited


Larry’s Story: Restraining Order Abuse and the Neighbor from Hell


Restraining Order Fraud and the Disintegration of Morals


Restraining Orders Based on Fraud Falsely Imprison Defendants Whether They’re Incarcerated or Not


Feminist Reports Conclude Restraining Orders Don’t Work: Time to End the Experiment


Mocking the Constitution for 35 Years: A Summary of Defendants’ Due Process Rights under the American Charter and How Restraining Orders Treat Them Contemptuously


“N.J. Judges Told to Ignore Rights in Abuse TROs”: A Retrospective Look at Vicious Restraining Order Policies 20 Years Later


Lip Service: What Passes for Fair and Sound Restraining Order Policy in Michigan (and, Largely, Everywhere Else)


On Withdrawing Restraining Orders That Were Obtained Impetuously (and on the Influences That Militate against Conscience)


False Restraining Orders That Allege Emotional Abuse ARE Emotional Abuse


Impulse: How Restraining Orders Encourage and Reward Tantrum Behavior and Why Feminist Advocates Should Be the First to Push for Their Reform


Sex, Restraining Order Abuse, and the “Dark Triad”: Narcissism, Machiavellianism, and Psychopathy


WomensLaw: A Domain Name That Says All You Need to Know about Where Restraining Order Reform Needs to Start


Ungoverned: Restraining Order Laws in Arkansas


You Be the Judge: On Those Who Blame for a Living, Restraining Orders, and the Golden Rule


How Men Lie on Restraining Orders: A Tutorial for Feminists


SPITE: Feminism and Restraining Order Rampancy


A Legislated License to Lie: Nothing CAN’T Be Falsely Alleged on a Restraining Order


How “Preponderance of the Evidence” Rewards Restraining Order Fraud and Why Bigger Lies Work Better than Smaller Ones


They Don’t Have to Be True, Just “Truthy”: Civil Restraining Order Allegations and the “Burden of Proof”


No Proof Necessary: Why Restraining Orders Are Abused and Why Restraining Orders Exist


“American Law is Irresponsible”: The American Civil Standard of Evidence and Abuse of Restraining Orders


A Scratch, a Push, a Pinch: “Domestic Violence,” False Allegations, and Restraining Order Abuse


Blame, No Shame: Restraining Order Abuse by High-Conflict, Personality-Disordered Plaintiffs


The Restraining Order Plaintiff from Hell: Malicious Prosecution and the “High-Conflict Person”


How VAWA Has Turned Our Courts into Restraining Order Vending Machines


Motives of the False Accuser According to the FBI: Mental Illness, Attention-Seeking, Profit, Blame-Shifting, and Revenge


PERJURY: BS-ing the Court, the Frequency of False Allegations, and the Fraudulent Abuse of the Civil Restraining Order


The Truth about the Frequency of False Allegations ISN’T to Be Found in Statistics: On How Fraudulent Abuse of Civil Restraining Orders Escapes Recognition


Victim-Playing and Restraining Order Fraud


Bullying: A Proposition for Psychological Study Inspired by Accounts of Restraining Order Abuse and Fraud


Shifting Blame: DARVO, Personality Disorders, and Restraining Order Abuse


“Fag,” “Stalker,” “Sicko,” “Brute,” “Creep”: On Labeling and the Psychic Effects of Public Revilement in and out of Court


Diving into the Shallow End: What It Takes to Disprove and Recover Damages for a Restraining Order Based on Fraud


Restraining Orders Aren’t FOR Their Applicants but AGAINST Their Recipients: On the Gravity of Civil Injunctions


Role Reversal: Using Restraining Orders to Conceal Misconduct and Displace Blame


Granting Restraining Orders to Stalkers: On How the Courts Are Abused to Abet or Conceal Stalking (or Label Conduct “Stalking” That Hardly Qualifies)


Infidelity and Restraining Order Abuse


The New Domestic Violence: Restraining Order Abuse


Objections to Restraining Orders AREN’T about Restraining Orders


READ THIS: Extremely Practical Advice and Navigational Tools for Anyone Targeted by the Restraining Order Racket


Playing God: A Further Consideration of the Character and Conduct of Officers of the Court


Turnabout is Fair Play: Scrutinizing the Character and Conduct of Officers of the Court


Psychopaths at Law: On the Likelihood That the Psychopath in the Courtroom ISN’T the Defendant


“Breaking the Glasses”: One Blog Writer’s Metaphor for Exposing Restraining Order Abuse


Not Evil Geniuses but Brats in Slacks: On Narcissists and Restraining Order Abuse


What HE Said: On Why Once a Restraining Order Fraud Has Been Put Over on the Courts, It Sticks like Pigeon Scat on a Car Hood


Presumed Guilty: On How Restraining Order Laws Enable and Promote Abuse


Rape and Restraining Order Fraud: On How Men Betray Women, How Women Betray Men, and How the Courts and the Feminist Establishment Betray Them Both


“restraining order is bullsh*t”: A Lesson in Lying


Lying Back: On Taking the Low Road against Restraining Order Abusers


A Safety Seal: What Restraining Orders and Tic Tacs Should Have in Common but Don’t


Circumventing Due Process Isn’t Just What Restraining Orders Do—It’s What They Were Designed to Do


Feminism and Gender Guilt: On Restraining Order Policy’s Encouraging Judges to Abuse Men


Restraining Order Fraud and Female Victimization of Men


Scott’s Story: A Husband’s Account of Restraining Order Abuse


“Why Would Someone Get a False Restraining Order?”


A Liar’s Dream Medium: On Why Fraudulent Restraining Orders Are So Effective


Restraining Order Administration and Money, Money, Money, Money, Money


“Do I Need a Lawyer?”: On Combating Restraining Orders


Crying Wolf: On Attention-Seeking Personality Disorders and Restraining Order Abuse


“Are You Serious?”: One Commenter’s Experience of Restraining Order Corruption


Coercing Coercion: State Abuses of the Restraining Order Process


“restraining order ruins his life”: A Review of Queries Leading to This Blog


Restraining Order Victims and Victims’ Advocates Speak Out


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