Due to legal and libel issues we can’t just run a story based on your battle. Child custody issues are difficult for papers to run because of these reasons.
My only other option is to lead my story based on the Vancouver Men’s Rights Movement – but they won’t talk to me.
I’m sorry about this.
To: Larissa from the Vancouver Province news paper
If the Korean news paper can do a story on me, Why can’t you
If Global TV can do a story on me. Why can’t you.
If Pacific Press can do a story on the divorce of Ross Rigliatti. ( The pot smoking snow boarder) Why can’t you do my story. If Pacific press can do a story on the divorce of the guy who owns the Vancouver Canucks. Why can’t you do my story.
Why can’t Pacific Press do a story on Chris Marshall who is going to divorce court for the 70th time on access to his son. Someone whose Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms are being threatened with prison time because he will not take his web site afathersstory.com off the internet.
Over 100,000 cars drive past my car lot CC Motors at Hastings and Clark every day. They all notice my Fathers 4 Justice signs hanging in the air. Every one is sympathetic to my plight of fighting for reasonable access to my son yet Pacific Press does not care.
The people of Canada do care. Everyone has been touched one way or another through family and friends. The dirty little secret is the disgraceful treatment of fathers by our so called Family Justice system.
Justice is suppose to be blind. Instead the system works to preserve the status quo and the greedy Divorce Lawyers that feed on the divorce system of Canada. Step up Larissa, that’s your story, isn’t it enough? So my question to you Larissa is are you here to help out, or are you part of the problem?
The bottom line with you Larissa and Pacific Press is that you are trying to use me to get at the people who run the web site A Voice for Men. You hope to profit on a salacious piece on an organization that fights for Men’s rights.
Have a nice day reporter Larissa Cahute