Randy and Joel

Randy and Joel have been deprived of each other’s father-son love, affection, solace, companionship, society, protection, moral guidance and support, services, care, counsel, training, and advice. Susan Allister unilaterally removed Randy as Joel’s father until Joel is an adult. Susan Allister’s conduct (aided by Donald Allister the Bishop of Peterborough, Janice Allister, and John Allister) are depriving Randy from raising and instructing Joel in the values of loving father, parental affection and devotion shared with and between parents and their offspring. Susan Allister is preventing and depriving Joel, by alienating Randy from raising and instructing Joel about and in American values, as well as his own life. The loss of his young child deprives Randy of his instinctive need to nurture, guide and to affectionately love his child and to be the kind of father Randy wanted to be for his son, which he did not have himself. The loss of his father-son relationship with Joel associated with all the other losses Randy experiences are substantial and should not be diminished or reduced.

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Carol, Dale and Joel

Carol and Dale would like to have known Joel and to communicate with him, but are being deprived of a loving grandparent-grandchild relationship with Joel by Susan Allister and the Allister family who are alienating us from Joel which is abusive to Joel. Susan Allister is depriving us of love, affection, solace, companionship, society, protection, moral guidance and support, services, care, counsel, training, and advice with Joel, while Susan Allister has removed us from having a loving relationship with Joel, and she likely will then seek to replace Carol and Dale as grandparents, with the expressed intent to revoke the relationship until Joel is an adult at which time Dale and Carol will probably be deceased. Susan Allister's conduct (bolstered and supported by the Allister family) has deprived Grandfather Dale and Grandmother Carol from instructing Joel in the values of loving affection of his American grandparents and telling him stories about their lives and the lives of other family members now deceased. Susan Allister and the Allisters are alienating Joel from our devotion that is commonly shared with and between grandparents and their grandchildren. The loss of our grandchild has also deprived Dale and Carol of our instinctive need to nurture, guide, and to affectionately love our grandchild, and to be the kind of grandparents, Randy wanted for his son, Joel Tristan Allister Chapel. The loss of the grandparent-grandchild relationship with Joel associated with all the other losses that Dale and Carol experience are substantial and should not be diminished or reduced.