RECENT: NC Judge Orders Home Schoolers to Attend Public School
by CHEFS Admin - Saturday, 14 March 2009, 2:04 PM

North Carolina Case #08CVD17753


Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Action Steps

What Can You Do?

Please don't think that nothing can be done, or that you can't make a difference! Public officials, whether judges or governors or senators, pay attention to the public -
that's why there are so many opinion polls. Make your voice heard. Don't let the "system" get in the way of justice!

This case is still ongoing - we have a chance to make a real difference! Call, fax, or email those in authority to have Judge Mangum removed from this case - so that Venessa Mills can get a fair hearing and homeschoolers can get justice.

1. Use this link to automatically send faxes RIGHT NOW to the contacts you choose from this page! (This is an independent site and it makes a small charge to send the faxes.)

2. Forward this message to every person on your contact list, and all those interested in protecting basic American rights. After the right to educate is gone, property and other basic rights will follow.

3. Contact three officials to express your outrage at Venessa Mills' right to homeschool being taken away and the prejudicial orders of this judge. Three or four short emails or phone calls could be the difference for these kids, and many more like them.

You can reference the case number: #08CVD17753

Judge Mangum's Supervisors

Judicial Standards Commission
P.O. Box 1122
Raleigh, North Carolina 27602

Don't be discouraged or think that you can't make a difference! This case has not been finalized - there's still time to call for the removal of Judge Mangum - or, at the very least, make him review the facts and deliver a fair judgment.

Every contact counts! Call the numbers on this list to demand justice!

State Legislators

NC Senate-Neal Hunt (R)

NC House-Ty Harrell (D)

North Carolina Governor

Governor Bev Perdue
Office of the Governor
20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0301
Phone: (919)733-4240
Fax: (919)733-2120

Opposing Attorney

Attorneys hide behind the excuse of "just doing their job." Don't buy it! Attorneys have an obligation to uphold the law with justice in mind. If the law is unjust, then someone needs to stand against it. And for any attorney to defend or promote blatant injustice is unethical and immoral.

Let no young man choosing the law for a calling for a moment yield to the popular belief -- resolve to be honest at all events; and if in your own judgment you cannot be an honest lawyer, resolve to be honest without being a lawyer. --Abraham Lincoln: July 1, 1850

In our "opinion," no-one should support a lawyer or law firm that seeks to slander, misquote, use out of context, or in any other way attack American rights or the teaching of Jesus Christ. This attorney may have won some awards, but - in our opinion - she should also win "Unethical Lawyer of the Year."

Write with your "objections" to Mr. Mills' attorney:

Jaye Meyer

Tharrington Smith, LLP
209 Fayetteville Street
P.O. Box 1151
Raleigh, North Carolina 27602
(Wake County)
Telephone: 919-821-4711
FAX: 919-829-1583

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Fast Information

On Friday, March 6th 2009, North Carolina judge Ned Mangum presided over the case of Venessa Mills, and gave the following orders:

1. Three homeschooled children, who tested at grade level and two grades above, must be sent to public school.

2. The children's Christian beliefs, as taught by their mother, were to be deliberately "challenged" by their public education.

3. The children's mother was not given enough financial support to allow her to continue homeschooling, or even to adequately survive in the family home.

4. The children were burdened with a visitation schedule of equally divided time, while the mother temporarily continued to homeschool them, creating a completely unworkable and disruptive environment.

5. (The judge's intent from the beginning was to force these parents back together and out of his courtroom, acting like a liberal-biased marriage counselor instead of being a judge.)

6. The children's father, a confessed adulterer, was given freedom to stay at the family home indefinitely while continuing to play tennis with his mistress. His crime of adultery was rewarded, rather than censured.

7. The children's mother's conservative Christian beliefs were deliberately attacked and slandered by the opposing attorney, and she was accused of being brainwashed for simply upholding the truths of the Bible.

8. Despite a complete lack of evidence, she was punished with a mental health evaluation - while the judge deliberately exposed her to the continued emotional trauma of her adulterous husband living with her and her children.

9. The children's father was granted his request for the children to go to public school, the minimum level of financial support, and - with no official order to leave the home - was, in effect, given complete freedom to dictate property settlement and terms before moving out.

10. A home evaluation is to be carried out - most likely after the children's public school starts, and still in the midst of their parent's divorce, a disruptive visitation schedule, and their mother's financial hardship. The judge knows this is a recipe for failure, for which the mother will be blamed.

This is a prima facie case of injustice and prejudice. It's not about conservatives versus liberals - we wouldn't even want liberals to be treated this way.

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