Custody Battles: Two Horrific Tales

13 Dec

We know WHY there’s such a battle between men and women over custody: the states have an incentive thanks to Republican Clay Shaw’s pursuing of “deadbeat dads” to break up families and assess child support against fathers, so states are actively incentivized to break up families.

“P.L. 105-200, the Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998, established a revised
incentive payment system that provides incentive payments to states based on a percentage of the
state’s CSE collections and incorporates five performance measures related to establishment of
paternity and child support orders, collections of current and past-due support payments, and

Typically, Republican Ron Paul was THE ONLY Representative to vote against this. So states are rewarded for “establishment of … child support orders” meaning that if they keep families together, the bureaucrats in the Child Welfare Service lose funding. The Federal Government has done a lot of evil, but this might possibly be the worst in destroying children’s lives and taking them away from fathers who will protect them.

Two recent stories in the NY Post show that other lives are destroyed as well. First, a tale from North Carolina, where a murder-suicide took place. Dimitre Dimitrov, 64, allegedly killed his wife, MaryAnn Dimitrov, and himself at the Holly Tree Racquet Club in Wilmington last Tuesday evening.

Allegedly? Is the dead guy gonna sue for defamation? It could just be another tale from a domestic dispute, but the article goes further:

The estranged couple was in the middle of a custody battle over their 12-year-old-son, WECT reported.  The murder-suicide unfolded on the same day a court had approved an extension filed by Dimitrov in the custody battle, according to court records. Dimitrov and his wife had separated in September. Domestic violence orders filed by both Dimitre and MaryAnn had alleged physical and verbal abuse against each other. (emphasis added)

There’s always an incentive for parents to make false claims against each other. Throw money into the mix, and there’s even more.

The second tale is even sadder, and more gripping. I suggest you watch the video, and consider whether the man you see in it is a demon or a “brute” as the NY Post calls him, or a man who has been pushed too far. “I’ve been going through a custody battle … I’ve been going through having my ex-wife say I molested my kids and all kinds of craziness… been fighting for custody for three years… I started dating someone new and she got pregnant and threatened to do the same thing… ‘You never going to see your kids’...It’s the holidays, man, I don’t have no family, nothing… I just shot my ex-girlfriend in the head… I can’t go to prison, so, the person that really started all this is my ex-wife, so she next, and then I’m going to do myself too.” We then see an apartment door open and the presumable ex-wife run away inside.

The first line of the article says: “A Maryland man gunned down his ex-girlfriend in Baltimore and then killed his ex-wife

Some gang-banger with no respect for human life, you’d think. Except the story tells us “Both Wendy and Rajaee Black had worked as certified registered nurse anesthetists, according to the newspaper. Wendy Black was an employee at Howard County General Hospital for nearly five years, while Rajaee held a nurse anesthetist position at the US Department of Veterans Affairs.” Presumably a lower-middle-class black man trying to get by. And also seemed like a black man genuinely interested in having his children in his life. About the killings, he himself told us:

Um, felt like a dream. I never thought I would be that guy.

Broken child custody laws are going to create a lot more “that guy.” We pray for the souls of the dead, and for the children left orphaned.


Posted by on December 13, 2021 in Uncategorized


17 responses to “Custody Battles: Two Horrific Tales

  1. Alan Roebuck

    December 13, 2021 at 4:08 pm

    Both men deliberately chose to make their children, their own flesh and blood, orphans. Those children needed their fathers, even if the fathers were kept mostly away from them by an evil family court system. If those men had kept their noses relatively clean they would have still had some contact with their children, and the children would have probably, one day if not now, realized the wrong that had been done to their fathers.

    Even if an evil mother makes life hell for a father, he needs to keep himself alive so that he can give what love he can to his children. Children can endure a lot if they know that at least one parent is sane and cares for them.

    If I could have spoken to the fathers before they committed murder, I would have said: “Your flesh and blood need you. You have to protect them, as best you can, by enduring (for a time) the unendurable. Do it to protect your children. If nobody else knows you are doing the right thing, then God knows. And one day your children will know it too.”

    • electricangel

      December 13, 2021 at 8:36 pm

      I’m not sure that the courts could really permit a father who was an “abuser” or at least an accused abuser to see his children. Pay for them, sure, Alan. Squabbling over chilimony dollars inspires a lot of accusations.

      I’ve known men who’ve paid and their children eventually see that it was their fathers, all along, who were the standup people. Some children never see it. You’re correct, of course: in this world, and in the next, both men took horrific steps, and Satan smiles at those steps and the system that empowers this horror for money.

      In this world, we can only hope that the next false accuser is swayed by this to hold her tongue. There’s otherwise nothing good here.

  2. info

    December 13, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    God sees the injustice. We must pray for him to act. As much as supporting those fighting for justice against this evil.

    And this goes to show again. Republicans are part of the uniparty except for Ron Paul and Trump.

    • feeriker

      December 13, 2021 at 6:27 pm

      I’m not convinced that Trump isn’t an agent of the uniparty. His behavior at the end of his term was “sketchy,” to put it kindly, and he’s been pushing the Davos Death Jab ceaselessly since leaving office. That, to me, does nothing to foster trust and a whole hell of a lot to make him suspect.

      • electricangel

        December 13, 2021 at 8:37 pm

        No blanket pardon for nonviolent January 6th protestors says a lot.

      • info

        December 13, 2021 at 9:10 pm

        Put not our trust in Princes and all that. I am itching for the Millennial Reign.

  3. fuzziewuzziebear

    December 13, 2021 at 5:57 pm

    1998? Bill Clinton was prepared to give feminists anything after being reelected in 1996. At that point, no Republican was ready to stand up to feminists. This law has made for a lot of suffering and marriage rates have declined as a result.
    It was only after Hillary lost in 2016 that feminist political power has been called into question.

    • electricangel

      December 13, 2021 at 8:40 pm

      It took tranny-men to shut down feminists. Why the nutless wonder Republicans never did the same is a good question. Between tranny-men and feminists fighting, you have to think it’s a lot like Nazis versus Soviets: can’t they both lose?

      • info

        December 13, 2021 at 9:12 pm

        They are just playing their role on the stage as the always losing convenient villain. Like they are the women to the Democrats who act like the Man.

        Strangely enough. Inverted despite their public professions.

      • fuzziewuzziebear

        December 13, 2021 at 9:46 pm

        They are trying to bounce back. As for trans men, they did do a number on them. I am still laughing.

  4. feeriker

    December 13, 2021 at 6:24 pm

    The satanic state WANTS broken families. After all, strong and intact families are a direct threat to the state’s power.

    While I’m under no illusion that the criminal scumbag Republicans are any better, in any way, than the criminal scumbag Democrats, the raw hypocrisy in the gulf between their words and their deeds is unforgivable. It’s time to literally TAKE OUT any Republican politicians who sponsor or vote for laws that destroy families. I expect such things to come from scumbag Democrats because they make no secret of their hatred and enmity of anything good and decent. Repugnicans have no such excuse.

    Republican Clay Shaw

    Please tell me that this piece of shit is burning in Hell. If he’s not, I hope he’s soon sent there.

    • electricangel

      December 13, 2021 at 8:27 pm

      “Eugene Clay Shaw Jr. (April 19, 1939 – September 10, 2013) was an American jurist and Republican politician who served as mayor of Fort Lauderdale and represented South Florida in the United States House of Representatives from 1981 until 2007.”

      So he’s not making any more law here on Earth. As a Catholic, it’s a mortal sin for me to wish Hell upon any departed soul. I don’t think I cannot wish he be the absolute last soul to depart purgatory, though.

    • Dharmicreality

      December 14, 2021 at 3:40 am

      The loss of the Father figure is the destruction of civilization as I wrote on my blog. We need patriarchs at every level of society from the divine monarch down to the head of the family. Otherwise the breakdown of families is just inevitable

  5. freemattpodcast

    December 14, 2021 at 5:18 am

    • feeriker

      December 14, 2021 at 8:26 am

      I remember that case. Ball’s mistake was n destroying HIMSELF (which played right into the hands of his enemy, the state) rather than the building in front of which he self-terminated.

      • electricangel

        December 14, 2021 at 9:24 am

        I don’t know about that. Thich Quang Duc From Vietnam was the reference case. The guy was clearly aiming at Boomers who might recall that famous case. There was an immediate reaction as the USA took out Ngo Dinh Diem in a coup.

        My supposition is that almost the entire structure of American law is rotten. You might get Justice in it, but probably not. Building a strong community, like Orthodox or Amish do, and then threatening excommunication for anyone (but especially women, who don’t like being lone wolves) who breaks up a marriage is the best idea I have for fighting it.

    • electricangel

      December 14, 2021 at 9:18 am

      “two sets of books.”


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