Parental Alienation in the U.S. Military by Michael Conzachi, Board of Directors, Save Our Heroes’ Project Parental Alienation. What is it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jPdav5cfMg There have been strong misconceptions and opinions as to what parental alienation is, but parents who have been affected can unequivocally tell you that it is real. This post will attempt to provide the reader with some knowledge and location of resources, in the unfortunate attempt that a parent [...]
“Justice is no longer blind: how the effort to eradicate sexual assault in the military unbalanced the military justice system” (Heidi L. Brady)
HOPE: Believing things can Change
Happy Mother’s Day! For all you brave mothers out there if you don’t get to hear from your son today here is a message from him to you… My mother, my friend so dear, throughout my life you are always near. A tender smile to guide my way, you are the sunshine to light my way.
Our wrongfully convicted "Heroes" are "Prisoners (of their) Own War" (POW's) on American soil. #saveourheroes
“When a person is facing court-martial in the military, they should understand that the resources and weight of the United States government is being focused against them in order to achieve conviction and punishment.” (Jocelyn C. Stewart, Military Law Attorney)
Lies don't become truth, Wrongs don't become right, Evils don't become good, even if they've have become acceptable to the majority.
Believe the victim is a term so commonly uttered in the context of sexual assault prosecutions that it’s approaching a cliche. But “one of the fundamental tenets of our criminal justice system requires that we start by believing, not the accuser, but the accused—a concept more commonly known as the presumption of innocence.” Colonel Daniel J. Higgins
How does General Woodward make the slightest bit of sense? At a Chief of Staff summit in regards to sexual assault, Major General Margaret Woodward wants all commanders to “start by believing.” Believe there is a problem, and believe victims when they come forward. This doesn’t go contrary to “innocent until proven guilty,” but balances the rights of the accused with the critical act of believing the victims throughout the process” [...]
"Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." Benjamin Franklin