Children Held Hostage
Hazel Davis

Bangor, ME

#1 Oct 8, 2006
FROM: PAS Kids In Distress
ADDRESS Augusta, ME 04330

CONTACT Hazel Davis
TITLE Chairwoman
RELEASE DATE October 8, 2007
SUMMARY: Family breakups destroy trust and love, alienating child from parent
In today's society, children are often victims of divorce or separation and used as pawns or bargening chips by the vindictive parent. It can also happen when one parent dies and grandparent's get involved, which doubles the stress and grief for the child and surviving parent.
The American Bar Association's published book "CHILDREN HELD HOSTAGE" fully details how children can become victims of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)- when one parent or grandparent uses the child as a weapon against the other. It's accomplished through a system of programming the child with a set of messages or themes that conrol their every thought. It's designed to damage the image of the target parent and eventually the child wants no contact with him/her. This is the beginning of a life of chaos for the child and target parent as well as the whole extended family.
The Guardian's ad Litem, hired to intervene in custody suits, are pledged to carry out "best interests" of the child. They start with no knowledge about the family or their relationships and many fail to interview family members, friends, teachers or anyone who could give them useful information.
Many GAL's rely on their own observance and, too often, listen to the Alienator who controls the flow of the information, which makes sense, especially if the child has been programmed and actively participates. The GAL who knows nothing about PAS can be easily deceived. Learning about it should be a priority. The courts have proven they know nothing about it and depend on the GAL for guidance.
The future of these children is in the hands of the GAL. Looking out for them is an awesome job. When they fail to conduct proper interviews with those who know the family best, it's impossible for them to make a fair decision. When family courts separate a child from a loving parent it is a GREAT AMERICAN TRAGEDY.
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Hazel Davis
[email protected]

Sun City, AZ

#2 Apr 10, 2010
Have there been any studies done on how PAS the children once they become adults.(ie personality disorders, promiscuity, drug addiction, domestic violence, prison etc.) If so where can I find the results?

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