Monthly Archives: November 2016

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Loudoun County – Lorrie Sinclair’s lawsuit against her soriority

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I will be the first to admit ,that Lorrie Sinclair had the right to sue her sorority,  however should she is a different question. The filing is located  here.  The complaint against her sorority wasn’t one of racism or discrimination. It was based on how their leaders were elected at an event in Las Vegas.  Keep in mind that Sinclair was or is a current special justice in the 20th Circuit,  I would expect a future judicial candidate would be concerned with more serious matters.  One of the most ridiculous aspects of the lawsuit is her request for $76,000 in  damages  due to mental anguish over the election proceedings.

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Monica,Christopher Zveare and Dr. Mary Lindahl- A case study in false accusations

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False accusations are the bane of the  civil court system. It pits the word of the accuser (more likely the parent of the accusing child)  versus the word of the accused. The pawn in this game  is the child. Typically. the parent who instigates the false accusation typically suffers from some type of mental disorder. A case involving Monica and Christopher Zveare is quite interesting, it reveals the inadequacy of Child Protective Services to differentiate between true and false accusations.   It also puts on display the absolute failure of Dr. Mary Lindahl (CPS chosen psychologist) to tell the un-biased truth. Not just Dr. Mary Lindahl, there is an inventory of psychologists who will do exactly what Dr. Mary Lindahl did.

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Loudoun County – Lorrie Sinclair possible Judicial Candidate

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The 20th Circuit  will have a vacancy on the Circuit Court as of the end of this year; Judge McCahill will be retiring. I am not sure yet but Lorrie Sinclair may put her name into the hat for the position.  The way the process works when there is a vacancy is that the local bar will provide a list of candidates. Sinclair  has been a Circuit Court candidate twice, unsuccessfully, She may be a candidate again.

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Loudoun CPS – Sandra Glenney, Lorrie Sinclair and Dr. Mary Lindahl and PTSD

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The list of tricks that Loudoun CPS utilizes is numerous but repetitive , one of the more utilized tricks is to have a mental health professional testify to a diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The implication being that your child has suffered from an event so traumatic that you child has developed PTSD, from the book “Has a child been molested”

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