Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Monica Zveare

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The similarities between Monica Zveare and Judy Johnson (initial accuser in the McMartin case) are  striking. Both made fantastical and bizarre claims of abuse , both strain credulity. Judy Johnson claimed that her child was abused by the member of the Los Angeles school board, Zveare made many claims that a child was abused including drugging  with mushrooms. Both were believed those in power, Johnson by the prosecution in LA , Zveare by Sandra Glenney.

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Loudoun CPS – Monica Zveare

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Monica Zveare is a prime example of why it is imperative to obtain all of the notes that contains the statements made by the accuser. This will entail your attorney aggressively issuing subpoena’s for all CPS records. In the case of Monica Zveare,  a very simple review of her statements made to CPS would reveal a troubled  state of mind. Keep in mind, Sandra Glenney and CPS will have a goal of preserving the character of the accusing parent. This may take the form of Glenney attempting to quash the subpoena. Your attorney needs to be vigorous in their attempt to obtain all of the statements made by the accusers. This includes emails, handwritten notes by CPS and official notes in the OASIS system. In the case of  Monica Zveare , her statements were bizarre and untruthful.

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Loudoun County – Alex Levay the judicial choice

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The following article is an interview with Mr. Alelxaner Levay concerning the Bruce McLaughlin case. It does a good job of listing the details of the case, such as child suggestibility and manipulation by the other parent, It would have been useful if the article mentioned that Lorrie Sinclair was involved as the opposing counsel. In any possible universe it is impossible to imagine that Lorrie Sinclair would ever become a judge in Loudoun County. She was involved in an attempt to incarcerate an innocent man,

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Lorrie Sinclair Guardian Ad Litem and Christopher Zveare

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I strongly contend that Lorrie Sinclair should not be a judge in the 20th Circuit of Virginia, this includes serving as a special justice.  Sinclair was noted for her service as a Guardian Ad Litem in her judicial evaluation.  The local bar and the Virginia Women’s Attorney’s Association need to scrutinize Lorrie Sinclair’s  performance as a Guardian Ad Litem.

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