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Seven years one small step.....

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posted on Oct, 17 2005 @ 11:47 PM
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Okay. Been holding off thinking about the situation. But here's the gist.

As many of you know, I was in court October 13th, hoping to see my son for the first time since Christmas 2002. Of course, it didn't happen. The court was reset for February.

My exe didn't show. And although she had already agreed to make him available when I came into town, she failed. I've also learned the address she gave is not hers.

And on top of that, she claims to have no phone access although she requires a 24 hour notice before I see my son. Duh? (Even the state couldn't believe that one.)

But she does have access to a phone. It is just not in her name. Additionally she has access to phones at work. She works for the state of Teas in the prison system.

Which brings up the question:

Do I notify her boss, who being a fine upstanding gentleman employed by the Great State of Texas should care about the violations of Texas law?

What would you do?

And thanks for all responses.




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