Stop False Allegations of Domestic Violence

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We, the undersigned, are writing in hopes of bringing to your attention a dire misjustice that is occuring in our state as well as many others across the US. Laws inacted to protect the victims of the vile crime of domestic violence are being misused by both citizens as well as law enforcement, and in this process innocent men's lives are being destroyed. In most states, the burden of proof is being thrown out and the simple word of the acuser is being taken without question, many times without the accused even being allowed to speak. True victims of domestic violence, some of whose names you will find below, find this to be deplorable. Not only can a woman falsely accuse a man of domestic violence without fear of consequence, but the accused man has no voice against her. The accuser can be a mentally disturbed individual using such laws to exact her revenge against a man who simply does not want to be in a relationship anymore, and her word is automatically taken, even when no evidence is in place. The man in such cases is automatically arrested, injunctions are automatically set in place, and even if he is able to prove his innocence in court he has lost months of his life due to the fact that she cried wolf. Worse yet are the cases of these innocent men who are poor and have no means to hire private attorneys. Their public defenders assume they are guilty and therefore do only the bare necessities to be their legal voice.We are not in any way asking for a revocation of the laws that protect true victims of domestic violence. Our wish is that these laws be revisited and indications made to to allow for criminal and civil prosecution when someone, whether male or female, has misused these laws in a vindictive and cunning way. We also would ask that law enforcement officers, public attorneys, and judges be forced to recognize the precept that the accused is innocent until proven guilty. Unfortunately, in the cases of domestic violence accusations, the opposite is true. An example of this is that of a 20 year old Florida resident who made the bond that was set for him, only to be picked up the very next day without provocation. The acuser in this case simply told the court she was afraid. He had done nothing in terms of trying to contact her or see her, and was not without several witnesses the few short hours he was free. Something must be done to prevent those who would lie about being a victim of domestic violence from continuing to do so. If it is not, our prisons will be overrun with innocent men and our streets will be controlled by the women who sent them there.

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Apr 27th at 6:04 pm
Someone from Beverly, MA writes:
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Happened to me. When I was being arrested I was covered in food she threw all over me, had a torn shirt and scratches all over me and not a single mark on her, just her word that I "pushed" her while trying to leave the house so I could stop being smacked and kicked. Went to court and was treated like a arch criminal and seeing that there was almost no chance of me winning a case because I was basically seen as guilty I just pleaded out. She never had to go to court and even tried to get back with me a week later. I will never call the cops for anything, that much I do know.
Apr 27th at 5:47 pm
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Apr 22nd, 2017
Ms. V F. from Yakima, WA writes:
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My son is going through this right now, and it is very terrible. He has no criminal record has never touch the mother of his children, put she just filed for domestic violence protection. This is terrible. It is not right. It is injustice.
Apr 22nd, 2017
Joshua H. from Valrico, FL signed.
Apr 21st, 2017
Vincent M. from Brooklyn, NY signed.
Apr 20th, 2017
Dale G. from Fargo, ND writes:
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REVOLUTION IS THE FINAL SOLUTION North Dakota Wrongfully Convicted
Apr 18th, 2017
Someone from Evergreen, CO writes:
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I was arrested for alleged domestic violence assault, a misdemeanor which basically carries the weight of a felony. I live in Colorado. My constitutional rights have been stripped of me, I am basically guilty until proven innocent. My accuser repeatedly attack me emotionally and physically in the past. She has admitted to assaulting me on more than one previous occasion and also on the night she attacked me and called the police after she attacked me. I was forced to defend myself as when she initiated the attack her dog also joined in severely biting my leg. I had 2 gashes from the dog which I had to forcibly remove from my leg. After I got the dog to stop attacking me, she came charging at me again, I was worried I would sustain further bodily injury from her and/or the dog returning for round 2. I pushed her a little harder to separate ourselves. She started screaming a lie that I was "punching her" and finally backed off. I went to tend to my injuries, she called 911 crying and screaming that I was punching her. A complete fabrication of the events. The cops documented no injuries to the claimed punching area but documented multiple dog bites to myself. I was bleeding and in shock and yet I was handcuffed and taken to jail. I cannot believe the amount of bias from the responding officers, the court system, the judge, and the DA. I have hired a lawyer with an estimate this will cost me at least $10,000 to go through a trial. If convicted I will carry the weight of a DV on my record for life and be barred from owning a gun! How is this an appropriate response?! The female aggressor should be hauled off to jail and stripped of her rights and prosecuted! This has ruined my life, caused untold emotional and psychological damage. I am lucky my employer has known me for a long time and has actually met my partner and agrees she is the crazy one. I am lucky to keep my job. The federal government needs to step in and put these states back in their place! The DA who is prosecuting this case should be on trial in federal court. Yet, I am the one dealing with the day to day fallout.
Apr 18th, 2017
james m. from Wenonah, NJ writes:
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every 33 seconds a man falls victim to dv over 863,000 a year and thats just what is reported they need start doing more against ppl crying wolf and false allegations being made