Friday, June 24, 2016


This is a Radio Show.
Sunday 26 June 2016
10 AM to 12 PM Pacific Time
Call in Number 310-861-2349


Our Topic is Institutional Abuse in Examining Child Abuse and Custody Transfer

We will be discussing :

The Medical/ Psychiatric Oligarchy – Yale Medical Center
          The controversy surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease

 The use of toxic psychiatric diagnoses to support transfer of children  from Protective Parents into the hands of institutions (medical  kidnapping  or DCF)

The Board of Ed. - Budgets and the Medically Sick Child –
          School Principles/School Psychologists Join the Parent/School Tug of War

Your Local Police – Prosecutorial Discretion Immunity and the Good old Boys' and Girls' Network

Local Politics and the Country Club Community – Raising Consciousness.........
      “Not In Our Community”

Ready Set Go – The Sides Are Drawn – You think you have Parental Rights?.....

Every Case the FCVFC agrees to take on represents hundreds of other clients in the same position. We Must Hear Their Voices.

The Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court. 
Dr. Jill Jones Soderman Founder

Want to be on our show?
Contact Walter Davis

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Summary of Shows With the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court

Progress in the World Radio Show
Sunday 12 June 2016
10 AM to 12 PM Pacific
Call in number 310-861-2349
You can also participate in our chat room

You can listen on your cell phones, landlines, SKYPE, computers. Some cars are now equipped with Internet Radio as well so you can get podcasts on them.
The archive of the show will be available immediately as well as an archive of ALL of our previous shows.

We will be summarizing highlights of our past works with Dr. Soderman and the foundation including the following:
• Our exposure of the KKK in the court system and how they put children in the hands of abusers to destroy families. 
• What your attorney says behind your back 
• How judges have been removed from the bench in Arkansas as pedophiles  
• KKK activity in Tennessee and Georgia 
• How to select an expert witness 
• How the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court fights against corruption in the courts, CPS, foster care and adoption systems 

• Corruption in the Arizona foster care system and how kids are used for "Cash for Kids" 
• What you need to know before reporting allegations of Child Sexual Abuse 
• The murder of Dr. Anita Harris' grand son by Georgia police 
• How Judges become outlaws 
• 9 Things you better know before facing corrupt family court and CPS officials 
• 10 Things  you need to know about institutional enabling of child sexual abuse 
• Why are Political Candidates no discussing corruption in the court system? 

• 12 Things you need to know about lyme disease and how it can be  used against you 
• 8 Issues to be aware of when dealing with children whom are sexually abused 
• Brandon Coleman and what you need to know about poor care at the Phoenix VA 
• 7 Things you need to know about rape and the military 
• 3 Things you need to know about whistle blowers and judicial corruption 

If you have questions about Dr. Jill Jones-Soderman and or you need her help, call the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court at 866-553-6931. You can visit her website at
You can listen to these shows NOW by visiting 
We usually broadcast each Sunday at 10 A.M.
Walter Davis 760-917-1251
Here is a play list of some of our TV programs that were aired on COX San Diego.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Two Super Heros in the Fight Against Child Abuse: Progress in the World Radio Show

Progress in the World Radio Show
Call in Number 
10 AM to 12 PM
Sunday 5 June 2016

2 Super Hero Foundations for Victims of Child Abuse

Who would help you if you were a victim of child abuse? What foundations really help small children? Which ones help adults that have been victimized? 

National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (Adults who have been 
victimized as children) and the Foundation For Child Victims of the Family Court 
(They help children when they are small victims).
Mission of NAASCA - child abuse trauma prevention, intervention, recovery
We have a single purpose at NAASCA, to address issues related to childhood abuse 
and trauma including sexual assault, violent or physical abuse, emotional traumas and 
We do so from two specific perspectives:

1) educating the public, especially as related to getting society over the taboo of discussing 
childhood sexual abuse, presenting the facts that show child abuse to be a pandemic, 
worldwide problem that affects everyone

2) offering hope for healing through numerous paths, providing many services to 
adult survivors of child abuse and information for anyone interested in the many issues 
involving prevention, intervention and recovery

The Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court -  Our Mission
Our goal is to aggressively fight for justice on behalf of the CARING PARENT involved in contentious custody battles. We try to promote love, loyalty, safety and inter-generational cohesiveness within families, so that adults and children thrive and are empowered individuals.

Our core goal is to protect the rights of caring families to raise their children, express their culture, beliefs and lifestyle within the privacy of their own homes. We believe that this is an inalienable right protected by the Constitution of the United States.

It is our responsibility to speak out, publish and file complaints against those who intrude upon these rights or act in an unethical or improper manner when dealing with our clients.

Respect for our clients' confidentiality, and our willingness to aggressively defend their rights is an integral part of our work.

We offer solutions to high conflict divorce by providing alternatives to litigation, when that can be achieved:

  • Therapeutic mediation
  • Parent coordinator support
When there is NO alternative to litigation:

  • We aggressively provide non-attorney consultation, forensic legal evaluation of your case, and Court submissions, filings and presentations, to help you gain custody!
  • We go where others fear to tread. We protect client confidentiality, dignity and your legal & civil rights.
  • We provide on-going therapeutic advocacy while supporting our clients through the Family Court litigation process.
  • We also support Civil Court and Federal Civil Rights actions on behalf of clients, to ensure they receive legal justice and appropriate compensation for their families! 

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