The Diary of a Patient Man, A Father’s StruggleWritten by: Rob Print This Article
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For those of us involved with the US family law system and a personality disorder victim trying to destroy our lives, we know very well how difficult it is to overcome the lies, deceptions, distortions, and law violations that personality disorder victims often use to harm us.
A large part of the problem is the courts — they are not designed for dealing with the mentally ill. Moreover, they are filled with judges who lack adequate training in psychology and have personal biases of their own. The judges often end up abusing the non-PD parent almost as conspirators.
This book by William Stoneking documents his travails with a defective and biased court system in Missouri and how his family was abused by Judge Kathryn Elizabeth Davis.
A compelling and inspirational true story of a father’s plight and fight for his only child and the nightmares of dealing with his domestically violent ex-wife and a biased court system that tried to chase him away.
Some of the reviews:
A CALL TO ACTION OF THE MANY STATES AND THE PEOPLE
25 Nov 2006
by Marlee Jaskowicz
Gripping, absolutely gripping. I just bought two more copies. This book is a clear demonstration that the American family is jeopardized and our courts have to change. I definitely recommend this book to social service organizations and state legislatures.
DEFINITELY VOTING NO, DAVIS HAS TO GO!
6 Nov 2006 (updated 6 Nov 2006)
by Sasha Alexander
As an ex-employee of the Clay County Court who is familiar with the author’s case I had to buy his book when I saw the ads in the paper. I found Mr. Stoneking’s work exhilerating and can tell the public that Mr. Stoneking is a leader who’s example should be followed. He truly is not only a champion of father’s rights, he is a true champion of CHILDREN’S RIGHTS! It is commonly known throughout the courthouse that Judge Davis did violate Mr. Stoneking and his daughter’s rights and she needs to be removed from her office.
Mr. Stoneking’s final chapter, The Disqualification of Judge K.E. Davis can be verified by the public easily at the following web site:
In the case number search put in the case number
ON ELECTION DAY, I AM SAYING “NO” TO RETAINING JUDGE DAVIS and YOU SHOULD TOO!
Mr. Stoneking is right, we need to change the judges in order to change the attitude. Excellent Job Reporting the Facts!
The system does NOT protect children against sick lying mentally ill women
2 Nov 2006
by Sc Kr
What truly strikes the reader is the extent of the time and effort Mr. Stoneking’s X-wife put into lying, cheating, stealing and ruining others lives (including her child) just to further her own personal manipulative ends. The book is compelling in that it clearly documents how easily the judicial system can be duped by a lying from a seriously mentally ill woman. Disturbingly, the judges that handled this process were more concerned about expediency than doing their job or protecting the child’s rights. Based on the text, Mr. Stoneking has been forced to deal with a woman who is obsessed with manipulating other people’s lives out of sick jealousy, and needs to be incarcerated for her own safety. Based on this woman’s history and mental illness, I am sure she will be posting a bad review of this book on this site using a fake name.