January 26, 2015

I Won't Give Up on My Sisters Being Safe

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  1. Sharing it like crazy! The Video is Beautifully Made!

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    1. Thank you so much! I appreciate it :)

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  2. You're doing the right thing for your sisters. It's so obvious to anyone who can read that your sisters are not safe with your dad who abused them.

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  3. How can anyone or any court want the girls to reside with this father? This video makes the problems so obvious. Good luck and God Bless to you and your sisters. I hope this public discussion wakes up the Stepmother's protective instincts! That poor child being locked in the room with the father.

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    1. I agree with you 100%. The stepmom needs to protect her little girl today! That man is a risk to them both.

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  4. First of all, how gorgeous are you and your sisters? What wonderful strength you have to stand up for them and what is right. Many people are watching this story and looking more closely at the Utah County Family Court. Seems this isn't the first time they gave children to an abuser. It's a theme.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind compliments. :) It is, definitely. In my next post, I will be addressing the fact that I brought up the broken system... how the GAL and special master never met with my sisters and I once, or even talked to us, when they made their determinations that changed our lives. Of course, it was edited out. I should have seen that one coming.

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  5. You are doing the complete right thing for your sisters. I am so sorry they have been gone this long, you probably miss them like crazy! have you heard from them lately? how long ago did they stop communicating with anyone? I wish you the best of luck and I hop you can see them soon! much hope and best wishes for them.

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    1. I haven't heard from them since July. :( I miss them, but after the first month I figured they were doing it for my own safety. I've been questioned, harassed and stalked quite a bit. I miss them more than I can say. Those girls were (are) my best friends and the only two people who can understand exactly what I've been through. We all understand what each of us has gone through almost entirely. Thank you so much for your hopes and wishes! I know they would appreciate it.

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    2. So your father limited your phone calls to 15 minutes, and he is abusive, but your mother has kept you from them for 7 months and you are supportive of it. I genuinely do not understand that logic. Am I missing something?

      I worry for your sisters and pray you get to see them soon. Really, am I missing something?

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    3. Her mom isn't keeping Brittany from them... she is saving the girls' lives.

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    4. Hi Anonymous @ 10:47,

      Yes, you are missing something. Brian sexually, emotionally, spiritually and physically abused his daughters. He is a pedophile. He has masturbated to thoughts of young children, and also exposed himself to young children. You will see proof of this if you go to the top of this page, click and view the Roby Report. Hopefully this will give you a better idea as to why Brittany is fighting for her sisters. Also, a read through this blog wouldn't hurt. Brittany does a great job explaining the abuse her and her sisters endured from their father.

      Another point: Do you really think Brittany would go through all of this just because her father was strict with her? No. My parents also had rules about cell phones and such. She is obviously a smart woman and would understand a parent who is simply trying his best to raise his children. But that isn't what he was trying to do. A normal father doesn't go through and read all his children's texts and compare them with the bills to make sure they haven't made any calls or texts he isn't aware of. A normal father doesn't take his daughters journals and read them. A normal father doesn't keep his daughters from forming relationships with each other. A normal father doesn't grab his wife's crotch in front of his kids. A normal father doesn't place cameras around his house, and watch the footage everyday to make sure his kids aren't talking to each other. A normal father doesn't tell his children vile sexual stories and inappropriate things, making his kids feel incredibly uncomfortable.

      Hopefully after reading this and catching up on the blog, you'll understand what you're missing.

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    5. I fully agree with what was said by Anonymous @ 2:00 PM. I think it is pretty lame how people keep trotting out the phone call as if that's all Brittany has reported of Brian Wolferts' abuse. I want to also suggest Anon 10:47 read the Custody Report at the tab at top of the blog to see an official reporting on his pedophilia where Blakelock reports Brian himself admitted to being a pedophile.

      In that report, let's look at what the custody evaluator wrote. Blakelock stated his "opinion is that Brian poses little or no threat to sexually assault his daughters" because of:
      a) the significant length of the time since Brian's sexual contact with a child; (My note: He had SEXUAL CONTACT WITH A CHILD. WHICH CHILD?! It doesn't matter when--he has now proven that he is capable and willing to engage in sexual contact with a child. He somehow felt okay with it enough to tell authorities about it when custody was on the line! That speaks to a pathology of one who feels he can do what he wants without recourse, which scares me so much for the girls at his house. If he thought he better tell SOMETHING, what did he refrain from telling?? Either way, this is highly scary and any good mother would keep children away from such a man.)
      b) Brian's demonstrated control over any deviant arousal he may have experienced; (My note: Exactly how do we have proof he demonstrates control? Because he told the therapist that despite his arousal toward 6 year olds he promises to look but not touch?? Do they have monitors WITHIN the house to prove he doesn't have sexual contact with children when nobody is looking? The answer is NO, they do not.)
      c) the fact that other responsible adults have been informed of his sexual history; (My note: So Michelle is wrong to coach her daughters to be careful around an abusive, sexually deviant father whose own therapist advises supervised visits, and she loses custody of them because of warning them to be careful, and also he should gain custody because she helped other adults become informed, so therefore she should lose custody?? This one makes my head spin. Outrageous. Again, how will those adults help these girls behind that closed door with their abuser? Not even Angie helps her daughter the 2-3 times per week Brian takes Abby into a locked bedroom for an hour and tells Angie she's less good at parenting than he is) and
      d) that his daughters are of such an age where they are fully capable of reporting any inappropriate sexual behaviors on the part of Brian should they occur. (My note: the girls ARE "old enough to tell if he engages in inappropriate sexual behaviors on the part of Brian" and they are saying it loud and clear. Will the custody evaluator finally listen to them? That was FOUR YEARS AGO. They were old enough apparently four years ago, and they are NOW telling us they have endured the abuse his psychosexual and regular therapists both feared he would do to his daughters.)

      Let's listen to them. Let's keep them away from their abuser.

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    6. If their mom asked them if Brian Wolferts ever sexually abused them... she was being a GOOD MOM. Asking the right questions! Always always ASK. The fact that Brian tries to make her seem controlling by saying she asked the girls these questions shows that he is hiding.
      Brittany, your mom did the right thing. She was concerned about sexual abuse and she removed her girls from the situation after the courts failed the girls!
      The girls are in imminent danger with a pedophile dad.

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  6. Brittany and Michelle we love you and are praying for your happy ending. Only those of us who have known your family for years know what you went through in your marriage.

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    1. Sarah, thank you. I think it's difficult for people who come across this story for the first time, because they've never met my mom--but you knew her and know what kind of a woman she is. And also everything she had to endure, in the marriage and even after.

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    2. It seems your momma has a lot of great friends who support her and love her!

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    3. She does. Anyone who knows her knows that what my dad says about her isn't true, and they do love and fully support her.

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  7. Hi! We believe you. I saw somewhere that he has also abused Angie. I could tell by looking into her eyes on the show that she has been broken.

    Your poor baby sister.

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    1. Thank you for saying you believe me. It means more than I can express!
      I love Angie and hope she can find strength.

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    2. I was in an abusive relationship in my younger years and her submissive demeanor and fearful expression were so similar to my younger self. Unfortunately abusers are often good at choosing partners who won't fight back against their abuse.

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  8. Hey love.

    Praying for you! You're so strong to speak up about his abuse. I wouldn't want to live with a predator either. Your instincts are right on.

    I hope Angie will do what's right and tell the truth.

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    1. Thank you so much for your prayers and hopes!

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  9. You're amazing. People don't go to this extent if they weren't telling the truth. I can't stop reading your blog. Justice needs to be done. I'm so sad

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    1. Caron, I'm sorry you're sad. :( It's a sad situation in general. And thank you for your second sentence--I cringe when I see comments saying things such as "she's only doing this for the attention". It is absolutely the last thing I would want to be doing with my life right now. I want to move on from this and never speak of it again. But I know it's bringing the truth to so many people who deserve to know better.

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  10. It's a well established and scientifically proven fact that pedophiles can't be rehabilitated. The comments in the custody evaluator's report in support of the dad and applauding his apparent ability to control his deviant sexual impulses are thoroughly nauseating. Anyone who would encourage that a pedophile have custody or contact with any child is not worth their salt. There's no such thing as a "former pedophile." A father's right to contact should never take precedence over the child's right to safety. Period. It's quite clear from the evaluator's report that he was bought and paid for. This is quite common in these cases, as is the pedophile's allegation of so-called "Parental Alienation" which was a term coined by a pedophile friendly psycho doc who made millions testifying in support of pedophiles. He eventually committed suicide. Too bad his theories of PAS didn't die along with him!

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    1. I have wondered if the custody evaluator isn't a sex offender himself, though he has never been caught or reported evidently, as he is still practicing.

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  11. Missed the show sadly I really wanted to watch it I'm so happy that you are looking after your sisters you're an amazing big sister.

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    1. Amber, thank you. You can watch the show here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k43O-M5eZ1M
      Or just YouTube "Dr. Phil January 26, 2015".

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  12. Does anyone realize that Dr. PHIL is a HUGE supporter of CASA Guardian Ad Litem Program which gets funding from the "Fatherhood Initiative"? My children's step mother became a CASA GAL and threatened to take my children using her position. that's exactly what happened to! I have no record of drugs, neglect, alcohol, abuse, or mental issues. I have not seen my son in over three years and have not been allowed any contact whatsoever, and my daughter had to run away three times out of fear for her life when they placed her with the abusive father and CASA GAL step mother of whom Ive had a previous Order of Protection against for Violence and Stalking. Billions of dollars in Fatherhood Initiative Federal "TAX PAYERS" funding is causing biases and placing children's lives in danger! And we wonder why they run away????

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    1. Thank you for that information about Dr.Phil. I won't waste my time writing to him. I thought he was way, one sided in favor of Brian. Brittney, you're a sweetheart & so brave to speak up for yourself & your sisters. You are in my prayers & I will continue praying for your mom & sisters too!

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  13. I am so disappointed in the way Dr. Phil handled this. I have lost all respect for him. As this drags on, I hate to say, but I'm afraid that the only way you will be safe is to remain out of sight. I know you will lose your freedom and the years of being a teenager, but for your safety it seems like the only way. I look at your picture and my heart just breaks to know that such an EVIL man has ruined what should be some of you funniest memories to remember in years to come. I know in my heart that Brian will pay severely for the H*** he has caused people. And I know the people that know him and still stayed behind him will get their just punishments too. Brittany, you are the rock and I am so proud of your efforts in bring the truth out in the open. Never give up hope. You may have trials and tribulations, bur the Lord will be with you always.

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