TRUTH IS USUALLY THE BEST VINDICATION AGAINST SLANDER - ABRAHAM LINCOLN
When it comes to the Spanish Press, I think Thomas Jefferson
said it best, when in 1778 he said: "The most truthful part of the newspaper is the advertisments"
The Carrascosa's and their lawyer-of-the-week.
Meeting with a Government suit
In Spain, the Carrascosa family has aggressively courted the media and government officials to gain public and political support. They have made numerous false accusations about Mr. Innes so that the press would be interested in their story.
Needless to say, the Spanish press has picked up on the story and the Carrascosa family has fueled the fire with their never-ending accusations and lies – all in an effort to legitimize the illegal abduction of Victoria Innes. Despite what the Spanish press reports, the truth is that Mr. Innes has no criminal history, he has never been wanted on any criminal charge anywere in the world and he has never used any identity other than his own.
Not that accuracy seems to matter much to the Spanish press, but here are some documented facts they seem to overlook.
1. The Spanish courts have never made a determination on the issue of custody. 2. The Hague Convention does not award custody. 3. By ignoring the New Jersey court orders and the laws of New Jersey, the Spanish courts did not follow the mandate of the Hague Convention. 4. Ms. Carrascosa is in jail, and she will stay in jail, because she violated the law. 5. Ms. Carrascosa can easily comply with the New Jersey court orders and return Victoria - yet she REFUSES to comply. 6. Ms. Carrascosa lived in New Jersey - not Spain - her attempt to move divorce litigation to Spain is a blatant example of "forum shopping". 7. Ms. Carrascosa can end her incarceration as soon as she dismisses all litigation in Spain, returns the child and completes a psychiatric evaluation.
The father at a Free Maria Jose rally in Valencia.
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