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My Story: How I Became a Victim of Female Domestic Violence and The Arizona Justice System #2020

My Story How I Became a Victim of Female Domestic Violence and The Arizona Justice System This hard hitting book describes domestic violence from the male victim s point of view Male victims of domestic violence are not only victimized by abusive women but also by a justice system that ref

  • Title: My Story: How I Became a Victim of Female Domestic Violence and The Arizona Justice System
  • Author: Richard Cassalata
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • My Story: How I Became a Victim of Female Domestic Violence and The Arizona Justice System By Richard Cassalata, This hard hitting book describes domestic violence from the male victim s point of view Male victims of domestic violence are not only victimized by abusive women but also by a justice system that refuses to protect men from violent women Local law enforcement agencies do not take action to deter female to male domestic violence even when allegations of abuse are reporteThis hard hitting book describes domestic violence from the male victim s point of view Male victims of domestic violence are not only victimized by abusive women but also by a justice system that refuses to protect men from violent women Local law enforcement agencies do not take action to deter female to male domestic violence even when allegations of abuse are reported and clearly documented in police reports For decades, law enforcement agencies have not been properly trained to identify female batterers or false reporters, largely because of political considerations Therefore, responding officers rarely question women s statements during a report because they lack training and fall back on faulty gender stereotypes In most cases, female batterers count on gender stereotypes when making a false allegation Using the harmful myth of men are abusers and women are victims in domestic violence situations gives female batterers even power and control over their male victims However, when men report abuse they will often receive no sympathy or protection from their batterer Abused men, often than not, are arrested when woman provide a flimsy statement to hide the abuse she inflicted on her victim Most domestic violence courts do not provide men accused of domestic violence fair trials or allow evidence in their defense Even worse, some judges presiding over domestic violence cases associate and collaborate with liberal feminist controlled behavioral health organizations These organizations encourage arresting all men during domestic violence disputes regardless of the circumstances involved in each case, even male victims These behavioral health organizations do not receive federal or state funding for female batterers so they encourage and train local law enforcement officers to arrest the male in every domestic violence situation This book highlights a case were an abusive woman used the justice system as one of many tools of domestic violence while local law enforcement failed to protect the real victim Unlike other texts on domestic violence, this book is different in several ways including 1 A detailed analysis of female to male domestic violence from the onset of the relationship to its surprising end 2 Using this one real case this book will describe how women s gender is a shield from domestic violence arrest and criminal charges 3 Discloses police reports and public records using online resources describing a new trend of female domestic violence by false reporting 4 Provides current social science research focusing on female batterers and male victims 5 Briefly describe the domestic violence industry in one Arizona Justice Court When the criminal justice system fails to protect male victims of domestic violence the whole community is at risk The abusive woman described in this case is a public school teacher in Arizona and may be in a classroom teaching your child today As this book highlights, there is a real and inherent danger to the general public when female batters are not arrested when men report domestic violence Clearly, when male domestic violence victims lose, we all do.

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