Parental Alienation the Ultimate Hate Crime Support Malachi's Law

Malachi’s Law – Criminalizes Parental Alienation

Family Law, Malachi's Law

Malachi’s Law Proposal Criminalizes Parental Alienation with Three Strikes:

1. Problem: Parental Alienation is Child Abuse

We at Why Dad’s Matter have believe from our experience that an entire population of subgroup of fathers and dad’s are disenfranchisemed by our government in courts of law, churches and mainstream media. We believe this disenfranchisement violates the heart and intention of our Bill of Rights in our constitution founded through the wisdom of our forefathers hundreds of years ago. See also; newly released book “Not In the Child’s Best Interest” addressing constitutional issues regarding Parental Alienation or PAS.

The clinical term nowadays is more commonly known as Parental Alienation or PAS (follow the link for more explanation) – a clinical term which makes most peoples eyes glaze over. Many people don’t fully understand the full scope or he insidious nature causing lifelong damage to our children who have no voice or understanding through Parental Alienation or PAS; instead their helplessness and contrived ignorance to their torment caused by the separation to the non custodial parent are diliberately, systematically exploited by a callous custodial parent.

Statistics show the ripple effect of the fatherless daynamic of Parental Alienation or PAS has triggered social problems of a crisis point, some of which are teen suicide, gang violence and sexual promiscuity because of the fatherlessness.

2. Proposed solution Malachi’s Law:

We believe that Parental Alienation orPAS deserves legislative changes. Although we are weary of the overbearing enormity of big government, the tears of our children whom God stores in a bottle and the blood of our forefathers who died for our constitution cries out for change in the form of Malachi’s Law. Please follow the link for a full explanation of Malachi’s Law. In short, we believe the severity of the damage inflicted on our helpless, vulnerable children justifies criminalizing Parental Alienation or PAS to a minimum third degree felony with mandatory prison time.

Parental Alienation 3.Disenfranchised definition:

The following definition from clearly defines the problem dads face of disenfranchisement; dad’s have been stripped of their legal rights in courts where constitution, rule of law and parenting rights are routinely violated:



:The adjective disenfranchised describes a person or group of people who are stripped of their power, like disenfranchised immigrants who pay taxes but aren’t allowed to vote in elections.

Being disenfranchised is no fun. The rules work against you, your rights are constantly violated, and you have little power to change your life for the better. The Old French word enfranchir means “to make free,” and when you add the negative prefix dis-, disenfranchised means “made unfree.” A disenfranchised population doesn’t rest easy, and often they organize and fight back against their condition to demand their basic rights and freedom.”

Months and years pass while long delays further alienate the non custodial parent and child, then after enormous legal fees, which are also designed to break the non custodial parent, send more NCP’s into despondency and despair, case in point “Thomas Ball” a veteran and public servant who immolated himself on the court house steps and the “Purple Heart” Youtube video about a Veteran who finds his ex wife divorces him and cuts him off from the children.
Research is overwhelming verifying the damage done to millions of children who are cut off from their dad’s: gang violence, teen pregnancy, flunking out of school, prison, all occur while the child has no knowledge of what the problem is nor any say or input; instead the tortuous result on the child continues while the child remains in custody of the custodial parent. The devastating effects on the children are lifelong. The bill also removes the jurisdiction from Family Courts which non custodial parents are exasperated to the point of self immolation and suicide.

Parental Alienation is epidemic and the damage to children and dad’s are devastating shown in the plethora of research, see also for one. Millions of children never get to see or hear from the non custodial parent who is usually the dad.

The bill is also designed to get dad’s involved again in their children’s lives.

Malachi’s Bill is citizen’s answer to Jim Crow Corrupt family courts:

The bill will:

1. Design a “three strikes” for custodial parents who intend to subvert visitation with the non custodial parent and the child.

2. Visitation exchanges will occur at a location in the local police department. Each parent will identify themselves using a fingerprint scanner. Name, date will be recorded into a database.

3. Strike one. Custodial or non custodial parent does not show for the visitation exchange.

4. Strike two. Custodial parent does not show up for the visitation exchange. Child support obligations for the non custodial parent are relieved that month, and will resume the following month.

5. Strike three. Custodial parent does not show up for the visitation exchange, triggering a third degree felony for T.I.C.K – Tortious Interference Child Kidnapping. The State Attorney or Prosecutor will file charges on the custodial parent for T.I.C.K.

6. Exceptions will be made as necessary for health emergencies.NO you can't live with your dad

7. Immunity for State Attorneys, Attorneys and Judges will be removed if those parties fail to enforce T.I.C.K. Complaints for violations by any party including Judges and attorneys will be maintained in the T.I.C.K database, available as public information for no charge.

8. Non custodial parents who do not appear for parenting time at the exchange will trigger a 50% increase in child support for that month, since the burden of support will be on the custodial parent.

Malachi 4:6 (NIV)

6 He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.”



The Brazlian Parental Alienation Law can be see below at the following link, but has been pasted into the following table exactly from Portugeuse to translate to English courtesy Google Translate

Brazlian Parental Alienation Law Translation

Copied from the following URL, translation as follows per Google Translate:

The official English Translation PDF of the Document from the Brazilian Govt can be downloaded here;


Brazilian Parental Alienation Law

Presidência da República

Casa Civil

Subchefia para Assuntos Jurídicos







LEI Nº 12.318, DE 26 DE AGOSTO DE 2010.

Mensagem de veto

Dispõe sobre a alienação parental e altera o art. 236 da Lei no 8.069, de 13 de julho de 1990.

O PRESIDENTE DA REPÚBLICA Faço saber que o Congresso Nacional decreta e eu sanciono a seguinte Lei:

Art. 1o Esta Lei dispõe sobre a alienação parental.

Art. 2o Considera-se ato de alienação parental a interferência na formação psicológica da criança ou do adolescente promovida ou induzida por um dos genitores, pelos avós ou pelos que tenham a criança ou adolescente sob a sua autoridade, guarda ou vigilância para que repudie genitor ou que cause prejuízo ao estabelecimento ou à manutenção de vínculos com este.

Parágrafo único. São formas exemplificativas de alienação parental, além dos atos assim declarados pelo juiz ou constatados por perícia, praticados diretamente ou com auxílio de terceiros:

I – realizar campanha de desqualificação da conduta do genitor no exercício da paternidade ou maternidade;

II – dificultar o exercício da autoridade parental;

III – dificultar contato de criança ou adolescente com genitor;

IV – dificultar o exercício do direito regulamentado de convivência familiar;

V – omitir deliberadamente a genitor informações pessoais relevantes sobre a criança ou adolescente, inclusive escolares, médicas e alterações de endereço;

VI – apresentar falsa denúncia contra genitor, contra familiares deste ou contra avós, para obstar ou dificultar a convivência deles com a criança ou adolescente;

VII – mudar o domicílio para local distante, sem justificativa, visando a dificultar a convivência da criança ou adolescente com o outro genitor, com familiares deste ou com avós.

Art. 3o A prática de ato de alienação parental fere direito fundamental da criança ou do adolescente de convivência familiar saudável, prejudica a realização de afeto nas relações com genitor e com o grupo familiar, constitui abuso moral contra a criança ou o adolescente e descumprimento dos deveres inerentes à autoridade parental ou decorrentes de tutela ou guarda.

Art. 4o Declarado indício de ato de alienação parental, a requerimento ou de ofício, em qualquer momento processual, em ação autônoma ou incidentalmente, o processo terá tramitação prioritária, e o juiz determinará, com urgência, ouvido o Ministério Público, as medidas provisórias necessárias para preservação da integridade psicológica da criança ou do adolescente, inclusive para assegurar sua convivência com genitor ou viabilizar a efetiva reaproximação entre ambos, se for o caso.

Parágrafo único. Assegurar-se-á à criança ou adolescente e ao genitor garantia mínima de visitação assistida, ressalvados os casos em que há iminente risco de prejuízo à integridade física ou psicológica da criança ou do adolescente, atestado por profissional eventualmente designado pelo juiz para acompanhamento das visitas.

Art. 5o Havendo indício da prática de ato de alienação parental, em ação autônoma ou incidental, o juiz, se necessário, determinará perícia psicológica ou biopsicossocial.

§ 1o O laudo pericial terá base em ampla avaliação psicológica ou biopsicossocial, conforme o caso, compreendendo, inclusive, entrevista pessoal com as partes, exame de documentos dos autos, histórico do relacionamento do casal e da separação, cronologia de incidentes, avaliação da personalidade dos envolvidos e exame da forma como a criança ou adolescente se manifesta acerca de eventual acusação contra genitor.

§ 2o A perícia será realizada por profissional ou equipe multidisciplinar habilitados, exigido, em qualquer caso, aptidão comprovada por histórico profissional ou acadêmico para diagnosticar atos de alienação parental.

§ 3o O perito ou equipe multidisciplinar designada para verificar a ocorrência de alienação parental terá prazo de 90 (noventa) dias para apresentação do laudo, prorrogável exclusivamente por autorização judicial baseada em justificativa circunstanciada.

Art. 6o Caracterizados atos típicos de alienação parental ou qualquer conduta que dificulte a convivência de criança ou adolescente com genitor, em ação autônoma ou incidental, o juiz poderá, cumulativamente ou não, sem prejuízo da decorrente responsabilidade civil ou criminal e da ampla utilização de instrumentos processuais aptos a inibir ou atenuar seus efeitos, segundo a gravidade do caso:

I – declarar a ocorrência de alienação parental e advertir o alienador;

II – ampliar o regime de convivência familiar em favor do genitor alienado;

III – estipular multa ao alienador;

IV – determinar acompanhamento psicológico e/ou biopsicossocial;

V – determinar a alteração da guarda para guarda compartilhada ou sua inversão;

VI – determinar a fixação cautelar do domicílio da criança ou adolescente;

VII – declarar a suspensão da autoridade parental.

Parágrafo único. Caracterizado mudança abusiva de endereço, inviabilização ou obstrução à convivência familiar, o juiz também poderá inverter a obrigação de levar para ou retirar a criança ou adolescente da residência do genitor, por ocasião das alternâncias dos períodos de convivência familiar.

Art. 7o A atribuição ou alteração da guarda dar-se-á por preferência ao genitor que viabiliza a efetiva convivência da criança ou adolescente com o outro genitor nas hipóteses em que seja inviável a guarda compartilhada.

Art. 8o A alteração de domicílio da criança ou adolescente é irrelevante para a determinação da competência relacionada às ações fundadas em direito de convivência familiar, salvo se decorrente de consenso entre os genitores ou de decisão judicial.

Art. 9o (VETADO)

Art. 10. (VETADO)

Art. 11. Esta Lei entra em vigor na data de sua publicação.

Brasília, 26 de agosto de 2010; 189o da Independência e 122o da República.


Luiz Paulo Teles Ferreira Barreto

Paulo de Tarso Vannuchi

José Gomes Temporão

Este texto não substitui o publicado no DOU de 27.8.2010 e retificado no DOU de 31.8.2010


Presidency of the Republic

Civil House

Subchefia for Legal Affairs

Law No. 12,318 , OF AUGUST 26, 2010.

Veto message

Provides for parental alienation and amending Art. 236 of Law 8069 of July 13, 1990 .

THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC I know that the Congress decrees and I sanction the following Law :

Article 1 This Law provides for parental alienation .

Article 2 act of parental alienation interference with psychological training of the child or promoted or induced by a parent , by grandparents or by having the child or adolescent under his authority, custody or supervision teenager is considered to repudiate parent or adversely affecting the establishment or maintenance of ties with this .

Single paragraph. Exemplary are forms of parental alienation , beyond the acts so declared by the judge or discovered by expertise, or charged directly with the aid of third parties:

I – perform disqualification of the parent campaign conduct in the exercise of parenthood ;

II – hinder the exercise of parental authority ;

III – hinder contact with child or teen parent of ;

IV – to hamper the exercise of the right of regulated family life ;

V – the parent deliberately omit relevant personal information about the child or adolescent , including educational , medical and changes of address;

VI – to present false complaint against parent , family against this or against grandparents, to obstruct or hinder them living with the child or adolescent ;

VII – change residence remote site , without justification , seeking to hamper the coexistence of child or adolescent with the other parent , with this family or grandparents.

Article 3 The practice act of parental alienation hurts fundamental right of the child or adolescent family life healthier , prevent the implementation of affection in relationships with parent and family group , is moral abuse against the child or adolescent and noncompliance with duties attached to parental authority or arising from guardianship or custody .

Article 4 Declared clue act of parental alienation , the application or letter at any time procedural , or incidentally in autonomous action, the process will have priority processing , and the judge will determine , with urgency , after hearing the prosecutor , the interim measures for maintenance of psychological integrity of the child or adolescent , including to ensure their familiarity with parent or making the effective rapprochement between the two , if any .

Single paragraph. The child or adolescent and the parent assisted minimum guarantee of visitation shall ensure , except in cases where there is imminent risk of injury to the physical or psychological integrity of the child or adolescent , certified by any professional designated by the judge for monitoring visits .

Article 5 If there is evidence of the practice act of parental alienation in autonomous action or incidental damages , the judge , if necessary , determine biopsychosocial or psychological expertise.

§ 1 The expert report will be based on extensive psychological evaluation or biopsychosocial , as appropriate, inclusive, comprising personal interview with the parties , examination of documents in the case , the couple’s relationship history and separation , chronology of incidents , personality assessment involved and the examination of how the child or adolescent is manifested about possible charges against parent.

§ 2 The skill will be performed by professional or skilled multidisciplinary team , required in any case proven by professional or academic history to diagnose acts of parental alienation fitness.

§ 3 The expert or a multidisciplinary team designated to verify the occurrence of parental alienation will within 90 ( ninety) days to submit the report , renewable only by judicial authorization based on detailed justification .

Article 6 Characterized typical acts of parental alienation or any conduct that hamper the coexistence of child or adolescent parent with , or incidental to autonomous action, the judge may , together or separately , subject to civil or criminal liability arising from and the extensive use of able to inhibit or mitigate its effects procedural instruments , depending on the severity of the case :

I – declare the occurrence of parental alienation and warn the alienating ;

II – expand the system of family life in favor of the alienated parent ;

III – stipulate the penalty alienating ;

IV – require psychological and / or biopsychosocial monitoring ;

V – to determine the change of the guard for joint custody or its reversal ;

VI – determine the precautionary attachment of domicile of the child or adolescent ;

VII – to declare the suspension of parental authority .

Single paragraph. Characterized change of address abusive , impracticability or obstruction to family , the court may also reverse the obligation to take or remove the child from the parent or adolescent residence , during the alternating periods of family life .

Article 7 The allocation or change of custody shall be given preference by the parent that enables the effective coexistence of the child or adolescent with the other parent in cases where joint custody is unworkable .

Article 8 The change of domicile of the child or adolescent is irrelevant to the determination of related actions based on the right to family life jurisdiction, unless resulting consensus between the parents or court order .

Article 9 ( vetoed)

Article 10 . ( Vetoed )

Article 11 . This Law shall enter into force on the date of its publication .

Brasilia , August 26, 2010 , 189 and 122 of the Independence of the Republic .


Luiz Paulo Teles Ferreira Barreto

Paulo de Tarso Vannuchi

Jose Gomes

This does not replace the text published in the Official Gazette of 27.8.2010 and amended in the Official Gazette of 31.8.2010


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