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· Unlawful Flight, a parental kidnapping.


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· A Parent's Oath

· Center Street.

· The adventures of Mr. Socks

· God spoke to me today.

· Gabby and the Rainmaker

· A sense of loss from parental alienation.

· Just another victim.

· How will we be judged in heaven?

· The empty box.

· Memories of a Christmas past.


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· Yes, I'm intoxicated.

· Sidewalk Chalk drawings

· Screaming in silence.

· A fireside chat .

· Hindsight is 20/20

· Letting go

· Daddy, why did you go?

· Requiem for a family

· That look.

· Is today the day?

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Newspaper review.
By Glen C Schulz
Last edited: Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Posted: Tuesday, August 28, 2007



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                        Quail Valley Book Club Reviews “Unlawful Flight”

 

By Lisa Glenn.

 

Two weeks ago an unusual happening took place in Quail Valley, Texas.  A father who literally kidnapped his own children addressed a group of women, mostly mothers and grandmothers, at the home of Linda Rimes, where her book club had gathered to discuss his debut novel, “Unlawful Flight:  A Parental Kidnapping.”  Also with him were his now adult children Melissa and Brian, with whom he fled almost 30 years ago. Also along were his two grandchildren.

 Schulz says he wrote the book after many years of thinking about it and writing things down, as his way of “saying thank you to God and the amazing people who helped them stay together as a family”.

 One has to keep in mind that the events chronicled in this story take place back in the 1980’s when father’s rights were not what they are today.  At that time most fathers had little or no chance of gaining custody.  Schulz, out of respect for his now deceased ex wife, says they divorced, as many do, because “their lives went in different directions.” 

 The book begins with the events that motivated Glen to disappear with his children (Brian age 7; Melissa age 6) in August of 1981 during his first weekend visitation in what became a roller coaster of years in hiding from family, friends and the law.  At that time only 44 of our 50 states belonged to the “The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act”, and Texas was one of the six that did not, which is exactly why the Houston area of the Lone Star State became their home, after fleeing Phoenix due to detection by the authorities on the evening of Brian’s 8th birthday.

 “Relationships are what you build as you live your life,” commented Schulz, and the network of support they built as a family including their school principal, teachers, and friends become their lifeline when Glen was apprehended by the FBI in 1983 and charged with “unlawful flight to avoid prosecution on a State of Ohio kidnapping warrant.”  Protected by a caring support system, they hid away until the legal wizardry of Eric Andell and the rulings of Judge John Peavey Jr. afforded them asylum in Harris County (and eventual full custody), after the judge spoke to the children in Chambers with the three attorneys involved present.

 

Brian is now thirty-three.  He and his wife Mynda have two children.  Brian attends college full time while working and endeavors to obtain a degree in psychology.   Melissa is the proud aunt of Brian’s children, six year old Emma and two year old Mason.  She works for a large home builder in West Houston.  Glen, author of many children’s stories and poems as well, is now taking a leap of faith to promote his books and writings and works with father’s rights groups to help others so that they don’t do what he did so many years ago. He does not encourage anyone to take their children and flee.

 
 
 
 
 

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Reviewed by Robert Gipson 10/17/2007
Prior to deploying to Iraq in 2003, I was falsley arrested and framed by sons mother for assault charges. Since 2003, I have been framed by the local Warsaw Missouri Police Dept, Lincoln POlice, and ColeCamp Police

I am living today what Glen lived in 1980. Nothing has changed. Fathers still to this day have no rights. I have been falsley accused of sexually molesting my precious Five year old son. I have been framed by the local police, Family Services and I fired Eight Lawyers.

My son and I are innocent victims of this corrupt Family Court System and by those who work in the Local, and State offices that are paid to help children from neglect and abuse. My son has been burnt by an oven, cut arm, bruised head and nose, cigarette burn, and chiggers on his Penis and all over his body. His injuries are simply abnormal and much to frequent for a Five year old little boy. He saw his mom get beat at her washing machine and said and I quote

"MOMMY GOT BEAT AT THE WASHINGMACHINE BY DADDY JASON AND I TRIED TO TELL HIM NO BUT HE WOULD NOT LISTEN"

One year later he told my friend " MOMMY GOT BEAT AT THE WASHING MACHINE BY DADDY JASON AND I GOT THERE TO LATE"

Before my tour in Iraq and even now in 2007, my son and I continue to have our Civil Rights violated by this corrupt town in Lincoln Missouri, Benton County Missouri.

Robert Gipson
armyrangerarmyranger.yahoo.com
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