Bring Justice & Restore Rightful Custody to Mothers In Tarrant County, Tx corruption.

Bring Justice & Restore Rightful Custody to Mothers In Tarrant County, Tx corruption.

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Sarah Leyva started this petition to Governor Texas

Sarah has lived with her children in Virginia for years. Her ex did not maintain contact with the children, not even a card on birthdays.

But about a year ago, her ex decided he wanted to take custody away from her and filed a motion in Texas. Although jurisdiction was in Virginia, not Texas according to the UCCJEA, the Judge Patricia Bacca Bennett said she could take jurisdiction because Sarah was not a good co-parent.

Sarah was falsely accused of being of being on drugs, neglecting her children, and having a personality disorder. Despite Sarah providing proof she did not use drugs, was not neglecting her little boys and did not have a personality disorder, sole custody was granted to the lying, abusive, absent father.

Tarrant County Courts said the abuse by the father didn't matter because it happened in the past.

Lindsey Newell; the father's lawyer in court said the "wellbeing of the children didn't matter" as she fought to prevent any contact between the children and the mother; not even to say goodbye.

Sarah flew to Texas for a hearing on Monday where she was going to submit her exculpatory evidence and evidence of the father's abuse.

Apparently it was a trick. Judge Patricia Baca Bennett threatened Sarah with arrest while her children were taken taken by force by Amelia County Virginia police from their grandparents, who were taking care of them.

Help her fight this corruption. Help her bring her babies home.

This is not just Sarah's story. This is the story for hundreds of women. Many never see their children until adulthood. Sarah's story happens to display the obvious jurisdiction violations and corruption of the judges within the Tarrant County Courts. 

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