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Good People & People of Faith:

1. Thanks for Your contribution - always welcome!
2. Your letter - Dr. Sinkhorn (Senator Clinton)
3. Your letter - September Guererri (Senator Clinton)
4. Your letter - Mary Cooper (Senator Clinton)
5. Your letter - Mary Jo Marceau-Hawthorne (President Bush)
6. Your letter - Dr. Hatfield (to the Editor)
7. Clinton Update - Legal Help

1. Thanks for contribution - always welcome!
We want to acknowledge a $25 contribution made by Mr. Mike Ferris of
Atlanta, GA ( His message was "I'm behind you
100%! Please let me know if I can be of any help. I live in Atlanta,
GA.  Thank you for all your efforts."

To check our "books" or make a donation see:

---- We got a lot of message with copies of letters or messages that
they had been sent to various officials on a wide range of topics.  We
share those with you below. Regarding Senator Clinton, the goal of
"our" efforts is a meeting between parents hurt by the system and the

2. Your Letter - Dr. Sinkhorn
From: "C. Paul Sinkhorn" <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 16:13:15 -0800

This letter was sent to Senator Clinton 1/3/03.

Dear Senator Clinton,

Several months ago I wrote to you, but you didn't respond.  This is
surprising to me, because even Republican congresspeople usually write
back.  I hope the message simply got misplaced.  I have been a
long-time supporter of you and your husband, dating back to the days
of my OB/GYN residency at University of Arkansas Hospital (1978-1982).

I have always believed you to be responsive to family issues and civil
rights violations.  Thus I am dismayed by your office's failure to
respond to some of the important fathers' and children's rights
matters currently affecting Mr. John Murtari.  Mr. Murtari has made
repeated efforts to meet with you or a representative of your office.
Now he is facing federal charges for "protesting".  I, for one, highly
value the right to peacefully protest.

I understand that you are busy.  Actually, as an OB/GYN and a teacher,
I am, too.  But I am never too busy to pay attention to citizens being
squashed by an unfair system.

I urge you to arrange a meeting with Mr. Murtari at your earliest
convenience.  A child's well-being is at stake.

Thank you for your compassion.

Best regards,

C. Paul Sinkhorn, MD, FACOG

3. Your letter - September Guererri
From: "September Guererri" <>
Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 14:43:15 -0600

Hi there. I have faxed 16 pages of letters to Eric per the below

Att: Eric Woodard [Office of Scheduling, Senator Hillary R. Clinton]   Fax:
Subject:  Meet with parents hurt by family law system.

Also in this 16 pages, I included previous letters sent to [state] Senator
Michael Nozolio's office and to the Judiciary review board over the
last year and .

I will advise if hear anything, and will call in 2 days to check if I
don't hear anything by then. In all my previous experiences I have
received letters after a month or so. The fax shows all 16 pages were
 sent through with no problems.


September Guererri

4. Your letter - Mary Cooper
Subject: Re: Meeting Request sent to Senator Clinton / Events in Canada
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 20:58:16 EST

How many letters did you get to send to Hillary?  I wrote one but was not
able to get it to you on time.  Were the two you listed the only ones you
got?  Do you get a lot of e-mails from people?

Mary Cooper

5. Your letter - Mary Jo Marceau-Hawthorne
From: "Marceau-Hawthorne, Mary Jo [OCDUS]" <MMARCEAU@OCDUS.JNJ.COM>
Subject: My letter to the President
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 07:37:59 -0500

Any news on the letters sent to Senator Clinton?
I sent the following to President Bush:

I would like to ask the President, Mrs. Lora Bush, Mr. Tommy Thompson,
and other members of our government both federal and state to pray for
an end to the Victims of Child Abuse Laws, Victims of Domestic Custody
and Family Court Laws and practices that favor one parent over the
other to the detriment of the children.  I pray every day for Family
Court Law reform and CPS/DSS accountability in our system of

I pray for the Federal government to reaffirm our liberty interests as
stated in our 14th amendment rights and as paraphrased by the Supreme
Court in many landmark decisions, that every parent has the right to
raise, nurture, educate, and have a relationship with their child
unless proven to be an unfit parent and that proof should stand the
test of a jury of ones peers.  If government agencies keep putting
families down by unjust practices, families will stay down and our
country will suffer.  May God help us to strengthen our families by
everyone doing their best to abolish abuse in our system of government
because only by cleaning our own house can we help others.

Mary Jo Marceau-Hawthorne

6. Your letter - Dr. Hatfield (to the Editor)
Dr. Malcolm Hatfield has had good luck in getting a couple of
letters published in a Wisconsin Paper. Links follow:
* http://www.AKidsRight.Org/images/hatfield2.jpg
* http://www.AKidsRight.Org/images/hatfield3.jpg

You can read his full story at:

7. Clinton Update - Legal Help
There has been a delay in updating the web site with what has been
happening in the effort to petition Senator Clinton for reform in
Syracuse, NY.  There was an appearance by John Murtari in front of
Federal Magistrate DiBianco last Wednesday, Jan 15th, regarding an
arraignment on a past arrest, and scheduling a Contempt Hearing.  For
past details see the site at http://www.AKidsRight.Org/actionc_syr (a
partial update follows).  More details in a message later this week.

John can "really" use some help with the following. You can see copies
of most legal documents and the appeal at the link above:

1. An attorney who may be able to represent him at minimal cost
in the US District Court in Syracuse.

2. Help with Federal Procedure?  In a bench trial in Federal Court,
what type of precedent is there for a Judge failing to return a
verdict (or enter a verdict) on some counts after the trial is
completed.  [In John's case the Judge found him guilty on the last two
counts, but in the "verdict form" did not check guilty or not guilty
for the first two.]

3. Assumed validity of an Order? John's first defense in the Contempt
hearing will be that he was there to "petition" his Member of
Congress, and not to "protest, march, demonstrate, or picket."  One
item which also needs to be addressed is the "assumed validity of a
Judge's order" -- is there any case law which supports questioning
that validity when an order presents a clear violation of a person's

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