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 This post was drafted January 20, 2016.  It  holds a significant “find” that I don’t know who else has found, or would ever have found.   Probably, only people who drill-down on organization tax returns and notice what might be missing when any organization describes itself, boasting about the public service it’s done over the decades, might have run across this information.  There are some indicators that the organization involved did not want it to be found.


I am under considerable personal pressure this year (more than last year), and because of possible consequences depending in how I may find a way to stand up to it, I am concerned that this information might not get out.  So, although it may not be in perfect sequence with other posts, or even various sections within this post in the best sequence, I am publishing it now.  

The “find” on this post speaks loudly as to whether or not the private and government-funded organizations collectively driving national family court, and juvenile justice policy (including responses to child abuse and domestic violence, i.e., criminal matters) can be trusted AT ALL, and whether they should, or should not be permitted to continue setting standards and driving policy, let alone receive cooperation and government financing (grants and contracts).

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