ICMI update – November 23
The International Conference on Men’s Issues is progressing well. Mike Buchanan provides an update and some points of clarification.
Please do the right thing, North Dakota.
Maine is currently ranked the 5th most corrupt state in America. One man wants to do something about it.
Truly an historic moment as MHRAs gather at Queen’s Park in Toronto to support CAFE’s efforts to educate the public on the crisis of men and boys in our society. Counter-protesters were present but had little effect thanks to Toronto Police.
Men’s rights Edmonton is hosting a lecture with a respected expert in hopes of addressing issues with boys in education. Local feminists have decided it’s the perfect venue for their own agenda.
Mary Kellett is suspended then gets her suspension suspended. Justice Gorman has essentially cleared Kellett of all charges and Kellett’s only punishment was to say (paraphrased) “I’m sorry, I won’t do it again. Promise.” Before the decision was handed down Filler gave a moving statement about how Kellett’s criminal actions have permanently damaged his and his children’s lives. After the judgement Kellett was unavailable for comment.
News sources in Canada explode with coverage of Men’s Rigths Edmonton’s “Don’t Be That Girl” poster campaign is targeted by campus feminists at the University of Alberta. Fallout is expected to be huge. But will it have a positive outcome for the MHRM? That just might be up to you.
Girl Writes What[GWW] offers a searing critique of the corrupt and out-of-control Maine Prosecutor Mary Kellett that will burn your ears and light a fire under your ass. Maybe if we had more women like GWW in the judicial system–who are capable of seeing injustice and calling it out–we wouldn’t have so many men being thrown into the family court abattoir. Sit back and enjoy the GWW burn.
Mary Kellett is going to escape justice. Are you going to let that happen or are you going to take a stand against prosecutorial misconduct and men’s lives being treated like meat in a slaughterhouse? Vladek Filler and every other man who has been thrown into the judicial grinder needs you to give a shit. Remember when you see another man cut down, it means you’re next.
Mary Kellett, the corrupt prosecutor in Maine, may still escape justice. AVfM has received word that a backroom deal has been struck for Kellett. With little advance notice, a hearing for Kellett was scheduled for the morning of Monday, July 15th in Portland, Maine. The system is protecting one of its own at the expense of men like Vladek Filler and we need your help.
The Canadian Association for Equality, in the face of steady and often violent resistance, is nevertheless pushing forward to open a Center for Men and Families. Dan Perrins has an update with the basic info. All we can say is, “Go CAFE!” Anyone with the courage to persist in the face of such dogged and irrational persecution should be a model for the rest of us.