- Facile, Fallacious, and Perverted -
This page was last updated on Monday, January 23, 2012
I searched the Internet last month (May 2002) and discovered familawt - a caricature of Camelot. The creators of this web page included this statement: "Here are a few highlights from the infamous AAML Symposium 2002." (AAML is an initialism for the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers). The web page showed nine photographs of judges, commissioners, referees, and lawyers joking about family law. The prominent center piece of this picture is King David Haet replete with gown and crown and whatever. This is the person I wrote about in Junk Justice where he falsified my testimony. He also changed my court papers after I signed them and others have reported the same behavior on part of Mr. Haet and other commissioners and judges.
Their own public creation.
It’s true, it’s true!
A law was made a distant moon ago
Support is paid according to a
We’re not just members of the bar
We’re connoisseurs of the bizarre!
For ending your relationship than here in
Our judges all deserve applause
They always stay within the laws
For when we’re through they’ve got, while
maybe not a lot,
AAML divorce lawyers were polled and "eighty percent of those polled said they had actually handled a case where they believed there was false accusation of abuse, as in disputes over custody of children, for instance." [News Release, from The Dilenschneider Group Inc., (representing the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers), Three First National Place, 70 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60602, November 1991.
The photograph and the text entitled familawt are copies from the Northern California American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) web site. The photograph is one of nine photographs that appeared on their web page. I changed the visual appearance of jingle ‘familawt’ from double spacing to single spacing to enhance its visual clarity and to save space. I did not change capitalization. At least twice, the title ‘familawt’ appeared in their writings as imaged text. Attorneys and former California judges have acknowledged that false allegations of abuse are common in California courts. Others have estimated that the percentage of false allegations to be more than 90%. Falsifying court records and orders continues to be a problem in Solano County and elsewhere.
There were no copyright notices on their web page. However, I claim fair use under United States Code Title 17 Chapter 1 § 107.