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RECENT HIGHER COURT DECISIONS RE: PARENTAL  ALIENATION AND PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME

so true poor poor pluto! I miss you pluto you complete my solar system!

Ugandan fishermen pulling bodies out of Lake Victoria that had traveled hundreds of miles by river from Rwanda (Photo by Dave Blumenkrantz, …  http://globalvoicesonline.org/2009/04/14/rwanda-fifteen-years-after-the-genocide/

Rwanda: Fifteen years after the genocide

Ugandan fishermen pulling bodies out of Lake Victoria that had traveled hundreds of miles by river from Rwanda years ago)

1994, the Rwandan Genocide. Over 100 days, between 500,000 to 1 million people or 20% of the population of Rwanda lost their lives due to ethnic tensions as Tutsis slaughtered Hutu. Photo by Jack Picone.

the Rwandan Genocide. Over 100 days, between to 1 million people or of the population of Rwanda lost their lives due to ethnic tensions as Tutsis slaughtered Hutu. Photo by Jack Picone.

11 powerful photos from the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide      By Anup Kaphle	     April 2 at 7:00 am  Refugees wait behind barbed wire ...

11 powerful photos from the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide

Refugees wait behind barbed wire as they watch aid workers unload a new batch of supplies and food, at the Benaco refugee camp just inside Tanzania at the Kigera River border crossing with Rwanda. (Michael Williamson/The Washington Post)

Génocide rwandais, James Nachtwey (Nyarabuye)

The massacre at Nyarabuye took place in the grounds of a Catholic Church and school. Hundreds of Tutsis, including many children, were slaughtered at close range, Rwanda, By James Nachtwey

Axis POWs poured into the US - 163,000 by Sept 1943. They were housed in military-style camps all over the country. The barracks were spare but comfortable.

Axis POWs poured into the US - by Sept They were housed in military-style camps all over the country. The barracks were spare but comfortable.

7 April 2011 marked the 17th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide.  I started writing this almost six months ago but I still feel as though I’m nowhere near capturing the anguish and gut-wrenching sorrow I felt in Kigali’s stadium that day. - See more at: http://drshem.com/2011/11/23/rwandan-genocide-never-shake-hands-with-the-devil/#sthash.e19Q95pk.dpuf

7 April 2011 marked the anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide. I started writing this almost six months ago but I still feel as though I’m nowhere near capturing the anguish and gut-wrenching sorrow I felt in Kigali’s stadium that […]

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