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Public records (a.k.a. – records that remain private until you hire a lawyer)

I made a brief allusion to my attempt at retrieving records from a government agency in my last post.  Children’s Services seem to be more in it for themselves than for the kids… not really a big surprise, but they … Continue reading

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Prioritizing the problems

Sexual assault and abuse statistics are difficult to fully comprehend without comparing numbers.  They are also difficult to get exact, but let’s take what seem the be the most accepted numbers at 1 in 6 for American women and 1 … Continue reading

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Back to my fight

I’ve found something else to consider in the “punishment” of Dr. Houshang Ma’ani.  Upon researching the Baha’i administrative rights, I have found something very interesting.  The sanctions imposed upon a Baha’i when their administrative rights are removed can include the … Continue reading

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Some Bahá’i thoughts…

“The communities must punish the oppressor, the murderer, the malefactor, so as to warn and restrain others from committing like crimes. But the most essential thing is that people must be educated in such a way that no crimes will … Continue reading

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As time progresses…

It unnerves me a bit to know that I’m being spied on by the National Spiritual Assembly.  These are my private thoughts.  Yes, this blog is public, but I write it anonymously.  Only those who already know my stories know … Continue reading

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