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Leslie July 28, 2011 11:18 am (Pacific time)

SC does not care about the well-being of children either! I have been through two inept attorneys and am currently still trying to "fix" the problems with the Order, not to mention the 2nd one ruined my chances of having the case re_heard. The original Judge developed pancreatic cancer and another Judge came in and signed the very one-sided Order! it's been 5 years since our divorce and I've been more emotionally abused since than I was before! My two minor children are 700 miles away with him and his mother and I have no one to help. Every place I've turned in SC has either ignored, not taken me seriously, or presumed me to be the "crazy" one! No one in the legal system really really listens when you have no real physical signs of abuse!! They won't even listen to the children!

Anonymous July 24, 2011 9:02 am (Pacific time)

it has to stop . why don't we ever hear from our reporter's how it is manipulated and falsely reported and done in the court room's why don't we ever hear how the children are controlled and drugged from out state funded school's counselors psychiatrist and social service's and attorney's that do this why don't the public really now how all this is done and how abusive it is on a child and their entire family People that feel this is human should have to live it their view on our American government would differently change. It is child abuse in the worse offense when the system does it because no one is going to protect you are they are know they have a new scimm that will convenience the public they they have resources for help with state paid attorney's for the mother just another diversity for the system to continue this violation and abuse on human life in the most innocent form of a child and their family. Kidnapping is a federal offense and our court room's now just how to play game sense it is their law's to make it appear like you agreed to something that you actually did not or did not do willing. Our Court system's are far from honest now it is a shame that we can not trust the place that is suppose to want the whole truth and nothing but the truth, while a lot of attorney's and state paid personal may be happy because of this our generation of young and children and family's are suffering tremendously in silence about this every day of their life.

samantha Benavides July 19, 2011 12:49 am (Pacific time)

Thank you so much!!! I thought I was all alone. I married two physically and psychologically abusive men who made sure I lost my four children. Even after I survived losing them once. Ten years later, He set me up and ripped them again from my life, Wyoming courts DO NOT CARE about abuse against women!!They had pictures of his hand prints around my neck and still gave him custody, and threw me on the street with nothing and no one. Everyday I grieve, and pray that things will change. But, with no real money or a good lawyer, hope seems very, far from that.

JANICE CURRIE June 30, 2011 4:05 pm (Pacific time)


JANICE CURRIE June 30, 2011 4:03 pm (Pacific time)


Glenda Lundak May 8, 2011 5:33 pm (Pacific time)

I recently surrendered my 2 children. I lost. After growing up in a very abusive home I had 2 children with an abuser.I tried at times even to reconcile so that I could keep my children and keep off the street. I lost my money, many jobs. One abuse after another from the system.I had an abusive ex and an even more abusive mother. They formed together against me at times and at other times they were against each other. Finally I got real sick with anxiety and panic attacks. I gave the 15 year old to my mother who at this point was turning against me. My mother is demonic and seemed to have gotten some kind of hold on her. I gave my son to his drug addict father, he was only 7. I hope to get my mental health back enough to sell my house, pack it up, and go where they are not. If I had known this I never would have even had children.I lost them to the abusers.My mother worth 3 million, my ex $80,000 a year, me unable to work. You do the math. NO JUSTICE DOWN AT THE JUSTICE CENTER.

Brandy Watson February 14, 2011 2:19 am (Pacific time)

I also feel the pain of losing 4 children to cps... I will not get to see them till they are 18.. The pain is there but i try not to think about it... but when i look into my 2 youngest children eyes I do have custody of it hurts me to think about them..

mildred johnson August 31, 2010 12:36 pm (Pacific time)

I lost my daughter to her teacher in new jersey in 1976. I found her in 1999.  The state refused to investigate her or the teacher.  My daughter was learning disabled and 8 years old. She is being "used" by the teacher; she is "brainwashed" and refused contact.  I searched for 22 years, her s.s.# was changed, and she was relocated to another state.
Editor: Mildred, this is very alarming to learn.  Please send me an email at and I will try to help.  Thanks,
Tim King

Theresa August 19, 2010 8:21 pm (Pacific time)

I lost custody of my three children in the Oregon Court System. I was a stay-at-home mother who was taken off of all accounts, so my husband could take over $260,000 and pay a law firm by the name of Meyer and Wyse to harass me and commit numerous legal and ethical violations towards me and my family. My ex placed property in others names and his firm was well aware of it. They told me I was "paranoid" when I told the court my husband and I owned certain property. They even went so far as to attempt to put an attorney lien on my home. My husband hired investigators and followed me around with the help of his attorneys. He even hired a custody evaluator who had socialized with my attorney's firm. The custody evaluator went against me and the judge followed his recommendation eventhough there were over 85 inaccuracies in his report. I am a teacher and all of my friends know I am a caring, nurturing, and loving mother. I appealed my case and it was affirmed. I really want to make our justice system aware of abysses activities and how they are affecting the development of our children when they give custody to an abuser. I am on board to support any legislation stopping abusers from gaining custody.

another mother's friend August 15, 2010 4:23 pm (Pacific time)

A similar thing just happened in Gainsville TX. The abusive husband had 3 "HIGH_POWER" lawyer. The mother's laywer wasn't prepared for the fight and lost a 2,3 and 5 year old. The mother had always cared for the children and payed all the bills. Didn't think this could happen in america!!!!

Coral Anika Theill May 22, 2010 12:10 am (Pacific time)

Dear Victoria and Michelle, Here are two articles that may interest you: The Gift of Healing is Our Birthright - What an Advocate Looks Like I was at the Silent Vigil at the White House on Mother's Day, May 9, 2010, for Mother's of Lost Children. SILENT VIGIL AT WHITE HOUSE: Mothers of Lost Children May 10, 2010 My thoughts and prayers go out to you and all those who have suffered injustice in America and around the world.

Coral Anika Theill May 22, 2010 12:03 am (Pacific time)

Dear Victoria, Thanks for your comment. I am not really a member of any movement other than a voice speaking out for human rights for all. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Here is a film that exposes MATRICIDE in America's Family Courts. Many children and women have been killed due to the court's negligence. Tens of thousands of loving mothers have lost permanent custody and contact with their children through the abuse of power of corrupt judges. This film may trigger some individuals emotionally. See:

Victoria Dickinson May 21, 2010 2:38 pm (Pacific time)

5/21/10 Dear Coral, OMG, and Thank you SO much for restoring my faith in our group and movement! Thank you!! We are totally of like-mind! Coral, I have NOT seen my only child, my son, now for the past 18 years ... this Sept. he'll be 21 (going on 14, of course from all of the multiple abuse he's suffered at the hands of "them"). I don't any longer "know anything" about my son. The last time I heard his voice was 3 years ago for .10 seconds, when I called at Thanksgiving. Then he sounded high-as-a-kite ... All I do know is that he's still somewhere in the Poway/San Diego, CA area ... Thank you for every word you wrote and quoted. You've expressed every single feeling of mine over these last 18 years. I manage only by "just-not-going-there" as much as I possibly can ... but, naturally, my son is ALWAYS just below my surface skin ... ALWAYS ... Much love, and admiration, Victoria Portland, ME

Michelle Parks May 20, 2010 1:23 pm (Pacific time)

I am a mother and my ex has put me on child support and will not let me have any access to my children at all i have been going through this with his mom for three years i would love for anyone who can hep me to please contact me

Dr. Mo Hannah May 17, 2010 4:48 am (Pacific time)

What Coral reports here is echoed by thousands of other mothers across the U.S. and in other countries as well. This is matricide. This must STOP.

Earl Richards May 12, 2010 1:50 pm (Pacific time)

For Jess: Norblad granted custoy of Coral's children to Warner, because he bribed Norblad.

Jess Phillips Jr. May 12, 2010 11:27 am (Pacific time)

I have been a friend of Coral's for many, many years. I think what most people don't realize is that the reason she lost custody of here children is because her ex-husband had (has) more political clout in Oregon than she has.
How else can you explain the fact that Marty Warner (Coral's ex)-- whom she accuses of rape and sexual assault-- was granted custody of their eight children? Coral has fought this fight for many years now. I am delighted that has given her the opportunity to tell her side of this tragic story.

Rieve Rockwell May 11, 2010 4:37 am (Pacific time)

That a Judge (Judge Albin Norblad) would sign a court order REMOVING EIGHT CHILDREN, INCLUDING A NURSING INFANT, FROM THEIR MOTHER, for any reason other than child abuse, is shameful, shameful, shameful and every mother in this country should pay attention to such an unbelievable action. I have my doubts as to whether any male person, judge or not, should have the right to make such a profound decision, and Mr. Judge Norblad more than boldly demonstrates why. Can Judge Norblad please explain to the public exactly what crime was committed by Coral Theill that would justify such a "cruel and unusual" lifetime sentence for this mother.... AND HER EIGHT CHILDREN??? Yes, there was abuse in this case, that's for certain. The abuse however was committed by Mr. Warner, the righteous "Christian" husband/father, and by Mr. Albin Norblad the "wise" and powerful judge. If ever there was a miscarriage of justice, this is it. My personal history includes being a Pediatric nurse for 40 years, a foster care parent, as well as the parent of 4. I know Coral Theill personally and can guarantee she did not deserve such a dispicably inappropriate sentence - nor did her children - and that is exactly what this judge did. MOTHERS BEWARE: STAY AWAY FROM THE STATE OF OREGON, where such atrocities are being committed; how easy it is to imagine this judge presiding at the Salem witch hunts! What Mr. Warner did, and what Mr. Judge Albin Norblad justified, is horrifying; I believe that Mr. Warner and Judge Norblad have long since LOST THEIR WAY as human beings.

Claudine Dombrowski May 9, 2010 7:50 am (Pacific time)

Thank you Coral! Shine Bright Today and Stand Proud!! I am with you all Today at the DC March--in Spirit.

Aaron May 9, 2010 5:42 pm (Pacific time)

Hey mom, just wanted to give a shout out that you are the coolest mom ever! I hope you are doing something fun today and just taking it easy and enjoying life. Anyway just wanted to let you know today that I'm thinking of you and appreciate you for being there all these years as not only a mother, but a close friend. Happy Mother's Day!

Barbara Mathews May 9, 2010 9:50 am (Pacific time)

It's obvious to me, as it should be to anyone who reads this story, that these children were taken away from Ms. Theill as a method of revenge and manipulation, not by GOD, but by her ex-husband. This is a slap in the face against all true believers who practice humility, meekness and turning the other cheek. Apparently Mr. Warner has desired to extract much more than a "pound of flesh", but to try to destroy his wife's very life, stopping short of murder. And in the process, hasn't given any consideration whatever to the harm done to his own children by his vicious. vindictive behavior. As a Christian who takes the teachings of Christianity seriously, I can only say that no true believer would ever resort to going to the lengths Mr. Warner has against his wife, not only taking her children away, but harassing her in the courts, and extracting "child support" money he DIDN'T NEED from the woman who bore his children. Shame on him and shame on the Oregon courts and judges that perpetrated these disgraceful acts. I'm beginning to think these custody cases should be decided by a panel of "successfully married" couples with children, with no hidden "legalistic" religion or other agendas, not by lone wolf judges and shrewd and unethical divorce lawyers out for a buck.

Earl Richards May 9, 2010 4:10 am (Pacific time)

"Judge" Albin Norblad granted custody of Coral Theill's eight children to a rapist and a wife-beater. This should be outlawed. If the family court judge grants custody of children to a wife-beater, then he should be charged with child endangerment. If the wife-beater is a danger to his(ex)wife, then he is a danger to her children. One does not need a law degree to know this. The Child Protective Services should be forced by law to check on these children, who's custody is granted to a rapist and a wife-beater. If judicial immunity is not ended, then the family court judges will keep-on breaking the law. Wife-beating belongs under the jurisdiction of a criminal court, and not the farce and fraud of a family court. The family courts have to be open to the public, to the press/media and to court watchdog organizations because the public taxpayers are supporting these courts, so the taxpayers should how their tax dollars are being spent, and to weed-out corrupt and negligent judges, in the public interest and in the children's interest.

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