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Thank you. The mom also moved out of state before this court order went into effect and hid the baby boy 14 months. In light of all that and now her contempt *s plus changed pediatricians without the dads consent, didn't inform dad who was watching his son either. How does a judge look at a mom like this ? She also turned son's family into DCF as a last resort to keep the child from grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins claiming molestation. Yet was never brought up in court the year before by the mom. DCF dismissed obviously knowing Mom invented stories. Son's fam tried to bring charges of false police report allegations, was filed but Mom wasn't punished. How does a judge look at a mom who uses precious resources for her own purposes? Thank you.
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