1998 - Fall
Affidavits, Including Maternal Child Abuse, Submitted in Dearna Wilfred Case
Section 15 provides twelve sworn
affidavits regarding the child abuse the children suffered when in the
care of their mother, Dearna Wilfred. These legal documents, including affidavits from a registered Colorado
social worker and the children’s nanny, were submitted to El Paso
County Court Judge Kane in the initial hearing by Harmon’s attorney but
were never allowed to be entered into evidence. Judge Kane also did not
allow testimony toward Dearna’s child abuse from witnesses present at
the hearing. Not only did the court give custody to an unstable mother
who was registered as a child abuser, but Judge Kane also ultimately
prevented Harmon from ever seeing his children again. Is it a surprise
that he stepped out of the case after doing his damage in this first
Index of PDF Documents in Case History Section 15:
Pg 1 – 29 Twelve sworn affidavits of Dearna Wilfred’s child abuse submitted to the court.
Pg 10 Ticket regarding proof of Harmon's ignorance of the order to attend the emergency hearing
is it possible that sworn affidavits submitted to the court are not
permitted in evidence when each one of them including those from the
social worker and the nanny describe the child abuse the children
suffered at the hands of the mother?
is it possible for a court to not only ignore such evidence and give
custody to the mother, but also to cause an ultimate ban from the father
ever seeing his children again when it was the mother who was the
abusive threat to the children, not the father?
are required by law to come to decisions with the ‘best interests of
the children uppermost at all times,’ so why did Judge Kane return the
children to an abusive situation without hearing any of the evidence or
witnesses regarding child abuse present in the emergency hearing.
DA’s Suthers and Smith so intent on political retribution for Harmon
blowing the whistle on their cover-up of the El Paso County embezzlement
scheme, that the children became acceptable casualties in their battle