Domestic Violence Against Fathers, Children Ignored With Rights Violated and Denied All Too Often

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Children's rights, father's rights and domestic violence against fathers is all too often ignored by the Judicial Branch of our constitutional Democracy and the need for judicial accountability is now greater than ever. Bill Stoneking's efforts in releasing his first book, "The Diary of a Patient Man, A Father's Struggle" is one man's efforts to address and bring solutions to this problem father's face every day.

Having gone from being a legislative adviser in Lombard, IL (DuPage County) to a victim of Domestic Violence and Court Corruption in Clay County Missouri, father turned author Bil Stoneking pens his traumatic story of condoned and court supported domestic violence against himself and his daughter. With his and his daughter's rights violated to no end, Bill Stoneking brings you this compelling true story "The Diary of a Patient Man, A Father's Struggle" (Oct. 26, 2006, ISBN: 978-1-4303-0198-1) in a effort to raise public awareness to the obvious conduct of abusers in family court and how Judges who ignore and facilitate this unacceptable behavior need to be held accountable.

With trial court evidence, witness testimony and the judge's statements from court transcripts presented throughout his book, you see the horror played out very publicly in an obvious Kangaroo Court. From perjury to fabricated evidence, Bill Stoneking details for you the obvious bias and prejudice tyrannically suffered on fathers and their children and how a father was slapped down by the court for saying "No" to domestic violence.

In bringing his story to you, the author asks for the support of all American's and legalized aliens who have come to America to live the American Dream. With your purchases you help raise the public's awareness to the long ignored topic of domestic violence against men. Your purchase also helps to fight for children's and father's rights as well as helps to fund the "Judicial Accountability Project" started by the author.

About the Judicial Accountability Project:

The Judicial Accountability Project is the creation of a centralized database of all the courts, both state and federal and the judges who are employed there. This project is intended to grow to collect data and evidence of judicial misconduct, focused on removing corrupt judges from their seats of power. No One is Above the Law.

About the Author:

Bill Stoneking is a professional Information Technology Consultant, former U.S. Marine and former public office holder as a legislative adviser, appointed to two successive terms of office. At the age of 18 years old he was commended by the Village of Riverside Illinois and Meritoriously Masted by the United States Marine Corps for physically interjecting himself into a potentially life threatening situation in which he assisted in apprehending a fleeing felon.

The author is also the son of the late William A. Stoneking Sr., who too wore the Uniform of the United States Marines for this country during this country's time of greatest need, World War II in the South Pacific. The elder Stoneking served as one of the Elite Carlson's Raiders.

The Author is also the grandson of the late John Cordell Stoneking of Macomb, Illinois.

A loving father and grandfather, John C. Stoneking was an estute and hard nosed businessman who dined with the Washington Elite. Having shared his birthday dinner with the late President Richard M. Nixon, he also shared time with such influential Senators such as Barry Goldwater and Everret McKinley Dirksen. John Stoneking delivered the Eulogy for the Late Senator Dirksen at his funeral in Sept. 1969.

With a family history of honor and fighting for what is right, the author and "The Diary of a Patient Man, A Father's Struggle" will hopefully call to action the masses of Americans that see the problems fathers and their children face every day and start holding Judges accountable for the escalation of violence that comes from their reckless rulings against fathers. This call to battle will hopefully find all Americans holding judges accountable for failing to apply the "Rule of Law." Judges can be held accountable for their misconduct and NO Judge is Immune Absolute for their misconduct, always remember that.

"When a judge acts intentionally and knowingly to deprive a person of his constitutional rights, he exercises no discretion or individual judgment; he acts no longer as a judge, but as a "minister" of his own prejudice." Pierson v. Ray, 386 U.S. 547 at 568 (1967)

What the Critics are saying:

Brendan O'Sullivan, October 26, 2006

A first-rate, world class, hit-the-nail-right-on-the-head, family court masterpiece! Buy This Book!!!!

Purchase your copy at LuLu.Com and help address the problems fathers and their children face and help support the fight for what's right.


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