No Way Out But One: Custody, Abuse and the Family Courts By Nancy Doyle Palmer for the Huffington Post

Mothers On Trial Check out this important book by Phyllis Chesler.She writes:
“This is a book that cried out to be written. I first heard that cry in the mid-1970s and, after years of research, published the first edition of ‘Mothers on Trial: The Battle for Children and Custody’ in 1986. At the time, the book created a firestorm and was widely, if controversially, received.”

Death of a toddler raises questions in Montgomery, Pr. William Washington Post PRINCE McLEOD RAMS, age 151 / 2 months, was taken off life support after being declared brain-dead at 8:38 p.m. Oct. 21 at Inova Fairfax Hospital. A day earlier, paramedics had found him unresponsive, cold and without a pulse at his father’s home in Manassas, where he had been on his fourth unsupervised visit permitted by Montgomery County Circuit Court amid a bitter custody battle. His mother had fiercely opposed unsupervised visits. “If anything happens to Prince, he can’t say anything. He’s not old enough to be talking,” Hera McLeod of Gaithersburg ….

Failure to Protect: The Crisis in America’s Family Courts – The Crime Report

No Way Out – The Crime Report

US Department of Justice: Violence Against Women 2012 Report

California Family Courts Helping Pedophiles, Batterers Get Child Custody This San Francisco Weekly article starts with the story of Karen Anderson who suspected that something strange was going on between her ex-husband and their 15-year-old daughter and goes on to reveal an unjust system…

Battered Mothers, Child Custody, Court Abuse (Battered Mothers Blog Site) The California Bureau of State Audits last week released its 109-page report, detailing the results of its 17-month audit of the Marin and Sacramento Family Courts.

Jamie Talan’s Newsday article on Dr. Richard Gardner’s suicide and the concerns about Parental Alienation Syndrome.

Please, Daddy, Don’t by Jan Goodwin, featured in Oprah Magazine 2006. This is an article on how men who sexually abuse their children can get custody."Incest offenders are just lazy pedophiles who don’t have to go outside the home to find children to sexually abuse."

"When Fathers Kill Their Kids" appeared in The Daily Beast. Ms. Tabachnick is the editor of the "Inside Criminal Justice" and "New and Notable" sections for The Crime Report. She is also the Deputy Director of Center on Media, Crime and Justice.

When Battered Mothers Lose Custody: A Qualitative Study of Abuse at Home and in the Courts by Michelle Bemiller.
It appears in the Journal of Child Custody.

Expert on pedophilia explains the Penn State scandal An exclusive interview to NBC in an effort harness some of the damage wrought by the Penn State sex abuse scandal.

Leader’s Suicide Brings Attention to Men’s Rights Movement After 10 years of custody battles, court-ordered counseling and imminent imprisonment for non-payment of child support, Thomas James Ball, a leader of the Worcester branch of the Massachusetts-based Fatherhood Coalition, had reached his limit.

Nothing Friendly About Abuse in MS Magazine Children are at risk when custody cases rely on a meritless theory of parental “alienation.”