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Now were talking!.....I doubt he will win, but I bet this will get some people to sit up and take notice.


Alex S. Gabor

Alex S. Gabor is a freelance writer who lives in Hollywood.

August 5, 2006

What may become a severe blow to the welfare state of Oregon, the father of two minor children who live in Eugene has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the State of Oregon, naming over a dozen of its employees, including Governor Kulongoski, and the three major credit bureaus for civil damages amounting to $3 billion.

The civil case pending in California Central District Court, Western Division alleges violations of the father's civil rights, slander, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

The plaintiff is asking for $3 billion in various compensatory, punitive and aggravated damages.

It all stems from the Plaintiffs ex wife who filed fraudelent bankruptcies twice in ten years, went on welfare, and embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Plaintiffs business corporations, caused his businesses to collapse, ruined his public image and business reputation, then lied to the State of Oregon to again collect welfare almost a decade later, according to the suit filed on July 10th, 2006.

The suit names the three major credit bureaus, Experian, Transunion, and Equifax alleging that a fraudelent child support claim filed by one of the Defendants ruined the Plaintiffs chances of buying real estate during the hottest market in history.

Other parties named in the suit include Lane County, various law enforcement agencies in Oregon, the State Attorney General, and other public officials claiming negligence in dealing with the issues which the plaintiff apparently had sought to resolve for ten years.

The suit further alleges that the State of Oregon is engaging in a massive welfare fraud scheme in which fathers rights are trampled in order to recieve funding from the Federal Government. The suit calls for criminal investigations into the entire welfare system being operated in the State of Oregon.

The Plaintiff says if he wins the case, he will set up a non profit public benefit foundation that helps fathers all over America with their legal issues and family rights.

The father says he is also considering filing class actions against any state on behalf of fathers in America who are faced with the problem of not being able to receive proper and competent legal assistance in dealing with child support, custody, and family rights issues, particularly when the mother has fraudelently obtained welfare benefits when the State knew or should have known they were being defrauded.

In March 2000, 60 percent of noncustodial parents in California owed back debt of $14.4 billion, according to a 2002 Center for Law and Social Policy report. In 2006, non custodial fathers in both Oregon and California owe an estimated $20 billion, mostly owed by low income fathers whose credit reports impact their ability to get higher than minimum or anything but under the table wages.

According to one father, the entire child custody, child support and welfare system in this country is a lose-lose proposition and the most damaged are the children.

Even a whole village can't replace dad, children need both parents.



This is a fight he'll get pounded on.  So many "sacred cows".  

How do you define courage?

Standing up and doing what you know to be right despite overwhelming odds, against a superior force, taking your damage, performing selfless service, and refusing to budge despite promised and expected loss ....

yea, that about covers it.

Go dude, and God's speed to you sir,

'Watch our backs at home, we'll guard the wall over here. You can sleep safe tonight, we'll guard the door."

Isaiah 6:8
"Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!"

The Gonzman


GO, MAN, GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the Shadow of death, I shall fear no evil, for I am the MEANEST son-of-a-bitch in the valley.


Hah, hippy Lane County. I wish him luck, its an election year and Kulongoski (often nicknamed Ted Tax n Gouge me) has some challengers so he might get some help there but probably not.


SWEET! I actually was talking to someone who works in a legal firm about doing a lawuit like this in Ohio and had been looking at doing it on my own if I couldn't get any help. Looks like the timing might be good too since several lawsuits like this could bring a lot of attention to the problems.

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