In depth analysis and gathering of the media coverage surrounding parental rights can be found here.
Movies, Documentaries & Podcasts:
The Respondent – Greg Ellis’ podcast/story/book. Greg is a Hollywood insider who has been alienated from his children for six years. His experience has caused him to turn towards activism.
Erasing Family – Newer documentary (2019). Now available via streaming.
The Red Pill Movie – A female journalist enters the world of Men’s Rights, a must watch for both sides of the argument.
Casualties of W.A.R. – Documentary regarding a several individuals and their journey through family court.
Thunder Road – Fiction
Interview With Investigative Journalist Michael Volpe (Bev Cooper) – Reminiscent of a 90’s public access channel (because it is aired on a modern public access channel in IL) but full of excellent content. He goes over his book on Christopher Mackney’s murder and other notable cases in family law, the industry etc…
In the News:
10/15/2021 – Kash Jackson arrested for allegedly threatening judges. This is likely related to facebook posts/lives and no evidence has yet to be released to support the accusation. Kash has been a vocal critic of the judges in this case due to the alleged multiple due process violations as well as biased court hearings.
03/11/2021 – Mother murders her child and commits suicide.
02/05/2021 — Murder of John Mast at child custody exchange.
06/30/2020 – In the Summer of 2020 Reuters did a fantastic multi-part series on about how judicial misconduct in the US goes largely unpunished. Parts II and Part III. This series is based only on CONFIRMED cases with those who were able to file the complaints. Today in many jurisdictions witnesses are barred from Family Court proceedings, where the wronged are routinely sentenced to silence in jails across the country.
12/02/2019 – Mother charged with murder
11/21/2019 – Shared Parenting – MO
11/01/2019 – MO – Man killed woman over child support payments.
07/13/2019 – Is 50/50 Custody Presumption on its way to PA? – This article is written by an attorney outlet, which gets many facts wrong and attempts to paint shared parenting in a bad light.