Two men took a stand on a crane on Ohio State University’s campus in support of fathers’ rights in child custody disputes.
Dressed as superheroes, they called on Ohio’s and California’s governors to start investigations into their states’ respective family court systems.
They claim that the courts are corrupt because perjury consisting of false allegations is not prosecuted.
The men described their actions as “civil disobedience” which is necessary to draw the public’s attention to the fact that the deck is unfairly stacked against fathers in family court.
The University declined to comment on the men’s actions and Ohio’s governor is declining to act on the men’s calls to investigate the state’s family courts.
Probably not the most effective lobbying technique but …