- Man hung angry message to his ex outside home in Coalville, Leicestershire
- Lorry driver Robin Baker, 45, is in the process of divorcing his wife
Acrimonious: Lorry driver Robin Baker, 45, has publicly vented his feelings towards his estranged wife on a homemade sign on the front of his house
A scorned husband who hung an angry message to his ex outsidehis house claims he took the drastic action after finding his estranged wife had stripped the property of all their belongings.
Robin Baker, 45, said he put up the homemade sign outside his house in Coalville, Leicestershire, to inspire men not to let their ex walk all over them.
The truck driver is in the process of divorcing his wife of 22 years, Jeanette Baker, 47, with whom he has three grown up children.
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Being British is our problem.
Whilst Americans will complain and blog that their rights under law are being diminished day by day and point to their historical statutory Bill of Rights which gives the individual rights of freedom, at least they have one. In Britain we don’t, or do we?
Surprisingly, we do and it was actually used as a template in 1789 to draft the Constitutional Bill of Rights in the United States. The difference though, is that the United States Bill of Rights gives individuals rights of freedom whereas, the British Bill of Rights was used by Parliament for the rights of individuals against the Crown in 1689 and has dispeared in the archives of time. Some of the English Bill of Rights tenets were adopted by the United States when forming their version. As a matter of interest I have listed the rights supposedly in the English…
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This has been a long time coming.
I barely tapped the tip of the iceberg in January 2011 in asking “What Rhetoric Are You: Mother, Father, or Mediator?” after a recent Battered Mothers’ Custody Conference in which to my awareness, no one explained how the Health and Human Services (HHS) has been diverting welfare funds to marriage promotion, that things called “fatherhood practitioners” exist, or that Access/Visitation funding exists.
This post also barely taps the tip of the iceberg in how much lies BELOW THE SURFACE in the Coalition of Conferencing Nonprofit Professional (Leadership) among what I am summarizing as the “Crisis in the Courts” Crowd. Or, I may sarcastically refer to as the “Our Broken Family Courts Initiative.” Instead, this initiative is (my opinion, here) USING the emotional distress of mothers (which is genuine) and people who have been indeed assaulted and battered — by a partner…
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