How do we show are sons

I left an abusive marriage more than eleven years ago, but the abusive has not stopped.

December 15th 2013, my ex-wife broke into my home and within an instance began beating the hell out of me in front on my thirteen-year-old son. When my son starting screaming at his mother what are you doing, I thought in that instance she was stabbing me with a knife, and my only thought was to try and protect my son from his mother killing are son.

 I was running on adrenaline thinking I was going to fall dead any second and knew I had to protect my son; I was able run out of the house.

I was on the phone with 911 when the Police arrived. Thinking my ex-wife was going to jail and the devastating effects this would have on our son. The police took statements and to my amazement left without making an arrest.

So I began the long argues attempt to address the issues with the Police Department, Department of Human Services, and the District Attorney, but ran into such criticism at each turn to the point it seemed I was from another planet.  

After several mouths I was granted access to the police reports, and then I realized why they had not made the arrest, the police officers had falsified the police reports, omitted evidence and what I felt had not followed police procedures.

I have filed several complaints and the replies that I have received from the City Attorney and the Police Chief is how I can possibly submit my son to my lies.

What has my son learned from this….why leave an abusive relationship?

lynne castanzo May 07, 2014 at 11:44 AM
File a domestic violence petition in the court, if approved and she violates conditions, she may go to jail.
Paul Shuey May 15, 2014 at 09:44 AM
Would do me a lot of good when I am dead.
Snag man May 14, 2014 at 02:43 PM
Maybe the police and public in general, would take you a little more seriously if you knew the difference between "are" and "our"??? I won't get into the rest of the issues.....
Paul Shuey May 15, 2014 at 09:45 AM
I agree with Jason.
Jason May 15, 2014 at 08:56 AM
So what Snagman seems to be saying is that people who use poor grammar do not deserve the same rights as those who do. That makes total sense buck, and when I say total sense I actually mean it makes no freaking sense at all.


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