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Update posted 2 weeks ago

Petition to Remove Rocky Crabb, California Governor, California State Senate, California State House, Jerry Brown, Tony Cardenas


REMOVE COMMISSIONER ROCKY CRABB! (*DONATE through our website, not here please.)   Pomona Courthouse of Los Angeles County, CA Dear CA Judicial Commission, Mayor, Governor, Attorney General, Senator & Members of Congress: We, the undersigned individuals, agree that Commissioner Rocky Crabb of the Pomona East District Courthouse should be removed as a Family Law Commissioner. We feel Commissioner Rocky Crabb has brought more damage to the lives of parents and children, then justice. We sign this petition because we care about the lives of children, the importance of family, and the significant roles of each parent. A child deserves to have both parents in their life, not just one. It has been proven with multiple cases, Commissioner Crabb has intentionally ignored acts of proven child abuse, domestic violence, parental alienation, criminal history, and mental disorders, causing our children emotional torment. We sign this petition to protect not only our children's future, but that of their health and safety. We sign this petition to protect our constitutional rights to have a fair and just trial regardless of sex, race, and income. We feel Commissioner Rocky Crabb is unjust and his actions have permanently and negatively impacted several families.  If you or someone you know has been a victim of Commissioner Crabb, feel free to contact us at:    ​"I am in the Family Law field and every time that we filed a new case in the Pomona courthouse we prayed that it would not be assigned to "Department D" Rocky Crabb!! It is my opinion that he is biased and loves to be jury, judge and executioner. He doesn't care about the facts and 99% of the time awards custody to the wrong parent." ​-J.A., Pomona, CA    A Father's Cry: My ex-girlfriend has been clinically diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder & Intermittent Explosive Disorder. She has been admitted to the Loma Linda Psychiatric clinic several times since she was 12 years old for being suicidal, cutting her wrists, attacking female coworkers with knives, and suffers from an eating disorder. Recently, she admitted in court to NOT taking her medication or going to therapy. Since in her mother's custody, our 3 year old little girl has suffered black eyes, multiple bruises, fat lips, lesions, horrific genital blisters, and most recently, a urinary tract infection. (Her other daughter at the same age suffered 3 UTIs.) There are over 20 referrals on my ex for child abuse/neglect. Also, 15 police reports at different police stations for domestic violence, child abuse/neglect, & battery of another female coworker. I have provided photos, witnesses, police reports, letters admitting to perjury, and even an audio recording where my ex is cutting her wrists in front of both girls & describes the infliction. Her ex-husband's divorce declaration not only confirms each allegation, but he also attached a photo he took of her arm being slit. Not only was she pregnant with our child while she was still married, but Crabb presided over her divorce the same time as our case, unbeknownst to me. Charges were also filed on our court-appointed child monitor for not reporting the child abuse she witnessed herself of our daughter. As for myself, no criminal record of any kind, no mental history, completely paid up on child support, never missed a visit with our daughter, employed at a bank, have taught children for over 17 years, including preschool education, yet, I have not been allowed to see our daughter in over 10 months. Our daughter, whom is my mother's only grandchild, has not been allowed to see her family in 2 years. Commissioner Crabb is completely biased & clearly ignores child abuse.  A Mother's Cry:  Eight years ago when my daughter was only 3 years old, Crabb granted her drug addict dad weekend visitations exposing my daughter to danger. It was years of hell for her and myself. I fought as much as I could until Crabb threatened me, told me I was a liar and said if I went back again to court he would take my Daugther and grant him full custody. He always sided with her dad. Nothing I said was true to him. I had a restraining order on her dad, before our court hearing he was arrested for violating the order. I had a video as proof but it didn't matter. He dropped all charges. Giving him more power to stalk me for years and harass me. My daughter suffered for years. Coming back home from weekend visits sick, throwing up, fevers, etc. from her not eating well. Now she is 11 and refuses to see her dad after everything he's put her through all these years. Innocent children that are too young to speak out for themselves are being exposed to so much danger over Crabb and his poor choices over race or preference. I felt because I was Hispanic and a woman he sided with him.   "I have tried family law cases from Northern CA to the Mexican border, from the ocean to desert state lines. I have never encountered such a horrible bench officer. This self-centered, swaggering dictator, with delusions of godhood must go."​-M.W., Orange County, CA    This isn't about Father's Rights or Mother's Rights, but about Parent's Rights. Every parent deserves a fair trial, every child deserves both parents. Now ask yourself, "What if this was MY child?" Please help us save our children. Separating a child from their family, especially those that love them dearly, IS Child Abuse. Help us STOP the abuse. Remove Commissioner Rocky Crabb!  

Good Parents
803 supporters
Update posted 3 weeks ago

Petition to Angus King, Susan Collins, Chellie Pingree, Michael Thibodeau, Paul LePage, Janet T. Mills

Attorney General Janet T. Mills: Prosecute Justin DiPietro, Courtney Roberts, and Elisha DiPietro in Connection with the Death of Ayla Reynolds.

Background On the morning of December 17, 2011, Justin DiPietro reported his 20-month old daughter Ayla Reynolds missing. After spending the day with Ayla December 16, Justin claimed he put her to bed at 8 p.m., and she was gone when he woke up in the morning. Ayla had lived in Justin’s home just 59 days. Two other adults, his sister Elisha DiPietro and his girlfriend Courtney Roberts, were in the house that night.  Justin and Courtney claimed to have slept in his basement bedroom, while Elisha claimed to have slept in her own bedroom, with her own daughter, across the hall from the bedroom Ayla normally shared with Elisha’s daughter. They insisted it was a normal night, and none of them saw or heard anything. The Investigation Investigators concluded Ayla was not kidnapped and she did not leave the house on her own accord.  They determined that foul play befell her in the house. They announced they did not expect to find Ayla alive. Some of the critical evidence included Ayla’s blood in various rooms in the house both upstairs and downstairs.  That blood was found in baby Ayla’s bedroom on a doll; it was found in the family living room on the sofa; downstairs, where Justin and Courtney alleged to have slept unaware there was a fist-size stain of Ayla’s blood on the sheets and mattress, her blood was splattered on the wall next to the bed and on the floor. There was also blood in a pair of Justin’s shoes near the bed.  A blue plastic tote contained a sheet investigators said was used to clean up some of Ayla’s blood. Some of the blood found in the house contained saliva, indicating projectile vomiting and/or blunt force trauma. Two vehicles were parked in the DiPietro driveway. The closest to the road belonged to Courtney. The other vehicle belonged to Justin. Inside Justin’s vehicle, police found Ayla’s car seat stained with her blood. Ayla’s vomit was also present in Justin’s car. Police have searched for Ayla’s body but have yet to locate it. Justin, Courtney, and Elisha all deny knowledge of Ayla’s whereabouts. Justin DiPietro’s false report of a missing baby set off the most extensive and expensive missing child investigation in Maine’s history, costing the citizens more than $500,000. Despite the passage of 53-months, there have been no arrests in the death of Ayla Reynolds or its cover-up. Trista Reynolds, Ayla’s mother, and her family, suffer with each day that passes and justice for Ayla is not forthcoming.  Justice delayed is justice denied - William E. Gladstone

Answers for Ayla
8,527 supporters