“We live in a country where Americans assimilate corpses in their daily comings and goings.” – Claudia Rankine, “The Condition of Black Life” The appallingly truthful sentence above comes from a new book of essays I’ve recently been reading off and on, called Rebellious Mourning, a collection edited by Cindy Milstein, and published by AK … More Collecting a New History of Grief (For Rui’s 12th Birthday)
Unenforceability of Japanese Custody and Hague Abduction Convention Orders Jeremy D. Morley* [The following post by attorney Jeremy Morley is a short summary of the current (September 2017) legal circumstances with regard to child custody and international parental abduction in Japan. It amply illustrates why the most dire warnings possible can and should be issued … More Unenforceability of Japanese Custody and Hague Abduction Convention Orders
A Sunday, September 2017 The Bowery where I landed 30 years ago is no more as it was. The memory tricks are real though. There was a spot where I brought you a few times, Rui, nearby here. We only passed by, stopped for a bench rest, and moved on. For me it’s a blue-bathed … More Two dollar hat. Old black stockings.
Japan allowed one.. ONE ruling in a family custody-by-abduction case based on decency and parent-child dignity… And then reversed it in the Supreme Court. Insane, vindictive, hostile, & crude. And heart-rending cruelty. I posted to the news site: “One can no longer entertain the myth that the Japanese family court and family law system of … More Japanese Supreme Court Overturns Lower Court: Custody by State-Sponsored Child Abduction Will Persist