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This man just got out of prison for serving time for a violent felony, he has a record that starts at age 12 with the rape of young girls. Now he wants to be able to have joint custody with a child he hasnt seen in over 5 years. The child is now 7 and has told the counselor he is scared to see his father again and does not want to do it. This man was also found guilty of DV against the mother in front of the boy and found guilty of abusing the other boy who was not his. He has not paid child support ever, or any guardian fees. Why are we fighting to protect the boy when this man has proved he is not fit to be a parent, around children, or even in society? It seems like he should be fighting to get his rights back instead we are fighting to have them taken away.He has not even been out of prison for a year and has already been sent back for violating his probation.
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