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The father’s estimation of the prevailing dynamic between the mother and child at point A is outside the domain of the evidence on hand and, thus, will not be used to further any claims herein.

Nevertheless, at point B the mother continues to make wild accusations of fault – literally insisting that “it’s your fault” – without backing anything up with any evidence. She then specifies what she means, in that the father is at fault because the child “didn’t go to Kumon.” Is she seriously suggesting that the child missing one extracurricular ‘achievement’ class warrants this level of belligerence and police involvement? In other words, she had the police ‘investigating’ the father’s return flight ticket over a Kumon class?

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