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Jailed for Nonpayment of Child Support - But it's Not His Child

My sister-in-law's deadbeat ex -- who abandoned his family to run off with a girl half his age on Christmas day -- had to be chased across 4 states but once he realized that he could pay up or go to jail he started paying. Failing to support the kids you father is worthy of punishment. And getting support out of a deadbeat's jail pay is better than getting nothing at all.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 10:59 PM
This was not a cuckoldry situation... but the lead story IS about cuckoldry situations. Please don't conflate the two.
Joseph64 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 6:59 PM
You do realize that prison inmates make like 75 cents an hour, and most of that goes back to the state to pay for their housing and food, right? How does taking what little is left really help the kids in any meaningful way?

The feminists have ratcheted up the laws against men to such an outrageous level that paternity fraud is not just ignored, but routinely rubber stamped by the courts. Whether one agrees with the concept of child support or not, virtually everyone can agree that jailing men for child support over children who are not theirs is morally wrong. Men are routinely sent to jail for falling behind on paying child support, even though debtors' prisons in the U.S. were mostly eliminated in the mid-nineteenth century.

The family courts and laws are set up in such a way that makes it very...