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Old January 18, 2020, 08:38 AM   #32
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Multiple articles (including one of those I linked to) have reported that in this case the petitioner (the grieving mother) elected to bypass the initial, same-day, ex parte hearing and to proceed directly to the full hearing at which the respondant/defendant was allowed to be represented.
Wonder if that was because she knew she was lying about the 'common child', and hoped the judge would somehow either not notice that or not care(?)..and maybe get a favorable outcome?

Makes no sense tho as the 'defendant'(LEO) would have been present and all this would have come out..

Without taking any stand, and no comment on the RFL in general, I'm glad the truth came out, and the LEO was cleared..hope the woman gets charged with perjury...
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