Help Adam Get Justice and Be Able To See His Son.

This petition is gathering signatures in support of fair and equal protection for the rights of a father to have visitation with his two year old son. Adam Dionne of Island Pond, VT, a good and loving father, has been denied visitation for at least a year because he failed to get a fair and unbiased hearing in a Massachusetts Court on June 27, 2008. The mother of his child fled the state of Vermont with his son and filed a restraining order against him from having any contact with her or his son. This was done solely to punish the father, and for the mother to gain sole custody of their child. Now, because of this recent turn of events, Adam will miss his son\'s 2nd birthday and holidays, along with at least a year of having the joy of seeing him grow. This has had an extremely detrimental effect on Adam because his son Joshua means more to him than anything else in life. It will also have a lasting effect on his son, being denied access to a loving and caring parent. If you feel this is unfair and that Adam should be given visitation with his son, please sign this petition and send a message to the courts that Adam deserve a fair hearing and justice and the right to see his son!

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    Mark Boutwell, United States

    6 years ago Comments: Adam Dion is a good guy he has helped me when I needed it he is helping me when I need someone the most I have a good felling that he would sacrafice anything in his life for his kid no acutaly i know he would give anything for Joshua That boy means the world to him
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    Eric Carrier, United States

    6 years ago
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    Megan Lewis, United States

    6 years ago Comments: No one has the right to take a child away from there parent regardless, with the audacity she has in doing this the custody should be granted to Adam.
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