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Posted by billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted on July 5, 2009 at 2:42 AM

Claiming civil rights violations, British citizen and father Amir Sanjari hasn't eaten for two weeks. Sanjari, who sits in the Sacramento County jail, was picked up for a warrant out of Indiana. He was arrested at a bus station where he and his adult daughter were about to say "Good bye" after their first visit in years.

Both were hoping their reunion would be permanent, but neither had the financial means. Once a successful nuclear physicist, Sanjari hasn't been able to return to the UK to continue his carreer or get a job in the US. Instead, he's been helping other parents who are faced with civil rights violations in family court.

According to Sanjari, and documented on his website the warrant stems from his divorce case, which is rife with injustice and corruption. Bob Norton, a MA advocate for reform of divorce courts said, "I know Amir. He ran this up the appeals court but it seems the judge is very politically connected and influenced decisions by making contact with appeals court and other gov’t agencies. Sanjari has learned enough 'real' law to be dangerous, expecting that the courts would honor this law."

Sanjari's website tells a story of one injustice after another, and how he has tried to fight back. As an example: he was once ordered to pay a thousand dollars a month in child support, even though at the time he and his wife shared equal custody and had similar incomes. Another: Sanjari took his daughters on a pre-arranged and agreed upon vacation to the UK. He didn't return with them, but had plans to follow shortly. When the terrorist attacks on 9/11delayed his return, their mother fraudulantly claimed abandonment and filed for sole custody of the two girls.

You can hear Sanjari's December 2007 interview during a Children Need Both Parents internet talkshow.

Donald Tenn stated, "this is a federal issue, not a state issue," after he and other members of Fathers 4 Justice in Sacramento filed a writ of habeas corpus on Sanjari's behalf in Federal court this morning. They're hoping to stay his extradition to Indiana. His original hearing is set for Tuesday.

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UPDATE - Amir's contact info:

SANJARI, AMIR X-4544357 2M04

Sacramento County Main Jail

651 "I" Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

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5 Comments

Reply Deborah
9:31 AM on July 28, 2009 
My own divorce in hartford family court, CT proves to me these Judges use biase and favoritism when making their rulings and decisions. It takes time and lots of money to Appeal and only RARELY to Appellate Judges remand family court Judges decisions back to the same Kangaroo lower court. The Judicial board is comprised of fellow Judges and other political appointees and rarely do Judges sustain penalties for Judicial Misconduct unless the Media and Public express outrage. My research shows these Injustices are happening all over the country in shocking numbers. Why don't our Legislators step up to the plate and reform these courts instead of giving these Judges more discretionary authority? Perhaps because most Legislators are attorneys. The is NO firewall between the Justice System and the Executive and Legislative Branches so now we citizens can expect obstruction of Justice. Family court should be about Families. and the children.......not profiteering by attorneys and other court appointed professinals who fabricate their evals for the favored. We need to step up to the plate and demand REFORMS
litigant's attorney .
Reply Barbare
10:29 PM on October 8, 2010 
I used to work with Bill @ Child & Family services in Newport, RI . I wanted know how is doing
Please let me know the status of his hunger strike
Reply billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted
9:35 AM on October 19, 2010 
Barbare says...
I used to work with Bill @ Child & Family services in Newport, RI . I wanted know how is doing
Please let me know the status of his hunger strike


Bill is coping as best he can. We have told him about you contacting us and the concern you have and he appreciates it very much. He always says to us in one way its nice to hear from people i know and in another I feel sorry that they have had to learn of what has happened to me. WE know its hard for him but he always returns letters or messages. We try to keep the web site up to date so please keep in touch.

thanks

BSG
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Reply Andrew
2:37 PM on December 5, 2010 
this is terrible. Especially for a country that prides itself on helping others across the globe, humanitarian efforts, invading other nations to liberate their citizens from opressing regimes....yet we have innocent people locked up in jail. Why.........because the law is lazy and broken. Instead of healthcare Obama should address family issues.
Reply billcolemaninnocentmanwrongfullyconvicted
3:10 AM on February 12, 2011 
Andrew says...
this is terrible. Especially for a country that prides itself on helping others across the globe, humanitarian efforts, invading other nations to liberate their citizens from opressing regimes....yet we have innocent people locked up in jail. Why.........because the law is lazy and broken. Instead of healthcare Obama should address family issues.

The corrupt justice system is wrong and its time for the American people to stand up and be counted and NOT accept this as the norm. Whats happening in Egypt and other countries where people have had enough is a great example to us all. Its only its people that will get change to happen.
BSG