I hope we can offer a safe (electronic) harbor. I hope you find community here. I hope you feel comfortable enough to tell your story to us. I hope it helps you to heal. And if not heal, then we offer a private place to sort out your thoughts, your evidence, your truth and to channel that anger into a well-fought court case. Blessings to all who fight the good fight of faith. Welcome. We gather here in the name of those whose voices must be heard but never are: the children.
You see, we don’t think like most. Maybe it’s because we’ve been at war for 13 years and we are all too seasoned by the crucible fire of trial after trial, appeals lost, filings, claims, more filings. Oh, I don’t even want to remember everything I’ve forgotten about the law. No, we don’t see how corrupt the courts are, how ingrained their stupidity is nor how it’s damn impossible to have a fair fight when you are one of the little guys…no, what we see is that this whole mess that is Family Law Court is about to blow sky-wide open just any minute. Time to gather a critical mass and push back really, really hard. We hope bringing these websites to the Internet in the loose artistic term of ‘museum’ will create the critical mass that brings about revolutionary change in government.
This is who WE fought for … never lost custody of them, strange as it may sound. These are our children early 1998 in our Schoolbus/home. It’s Merlin’s 2nd birthday and those are two live mice he is pealing with laughter over, they are in Zowie’s doll house going up the stairs. It’s me, Merlin laughing, Zachary at my shoulder, Zoe, Morgan in the back. We didn’t realize it then but our family was just about to meet the panzer tanks of CPS and life would never be the same again. We were so innocent of pain in this picture. We’d NEVER be the same again.
The City of San Francisco, using 48 lies & threats halted our right-to-travel 1998-2001. And God opened our eyes to the evil nazi loose stealing children, thus after writing our own story @ http://ramonamayon.com we opened this museum in order to offer you what we learned the Internet can do for those drowning in legal paper and grief over a child vanished, over civil rights ignored. It can crush CPS if enough people begin to realize they CAN fight back. CPS can be beat. We did it.