January 5, 2015

What Most People Don't Realize

I have seen speculations that I haven't been following the proper legal channels in trying to get my sisters heard. I have also seen speculations that my dad is supportive of getting my sister's voices heard. Both are false, and this post will explain why.

My dad seeks for Sydney and Dani to stay in hiding so he can continue to look like a persecuted victim to others. My sister's silence helps him spin his chosen narrative about them being brainwashed as they hide. He knows I've been telling the truth about him. What his supporters don't seem to know is that he is the kind of guy who can get angry at his own three-month-old (my sister Sydney) and throw her by the leg across the room. What does he care if the girls who dared tell on him have an inconvenient time while hiding from him?

He could have quietly faced us in court and avoided all public exposure of his abuse. Instead, he has chosen to use the system like a tool: delay and lie to make taking him on in court almost financially impossible. He has been using earnest people to verbally abuse my sisters and I so that he doesn't have to publicly expose his own abusive nature. A couple examples of how I know this: he doesn't discourage anyone from being nasty to me or from stalking me. He encourages stalker-like strangers to continue to search for Syd and Dani to be returned to him.

I am going to continue to speak up about what my sisters ran from while he forces them to remain hidden. He first forced them to run by avoiding facing them in court on a technicality, by fighting to get their TRO vacated, and by twice moving to remove their appointment of their own GAL. Those are facts. He fought from the start to get them returned to his house behind closed doors after they dared tell on him. Since they ran, he has also forced them to remain hidden by failing to offer them safe asylum, by failing to move the court to order them a safe living situation while proper authorities hear them, and by currently fighting to have my petition on appeal dismissed on another lame technicality. 

14 comments:

  1. Brian, you are a coward! Let these girls have their say in court! They do NOT want to live with you...they would, admittedly, rather live in a cardboard box in an open field than live with you...face the unmitigated facts...you have lost your daughters, never to regain them again! Get over yourself! You are a proven sexual deviant... THEY DON'T WANT YOU! Get yourself psychological help now!

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  2. It takes strength to face abuse, then be brutally attacked publicly, then to come back confident with the truth! That is what you are doing here. I admire your strength! I tweeted a lot of this post under #AdmittedPedophileBrian Wolferts

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    1. Thank you for your support, Mia!

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  3. He abused the girls as newborns, toddlers, children, teens. He is sexually attracted to little girls. He graphically describes disgusting stories to his kids and forces them to listen. He doesn't deserve to see any of you again. Ever. We have been praying that your littlest sis will be taken from their "care" as her mother does not protect her. She is likely being abused even now which makes me sick. Don't let him into your life in the future. He WILL harm your future children. Just like he hurt you to further harm Michelle and satisfy his perverted ways. He inflicts pain to hurt those who love you most... stay safe!!

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    1. I think the reason Angie hasn't protected her is because she has no idea. He's been so manipulative--he's perfected his act and tries to isolate her from any truth. I remember one time when he told me he had recordings of my mom bashing about him to us. I knew it wasn't true, and I turned to Angie (who was agreeing with him) and asked, "Have you heard the recording?" "Well.... no." "Have you read the court documents?" My dad was angry at me for calling that out and cut me off, but I came to the realization of how thoroughly he kept her in the dark. I'm not saying that it's okay for any adult to hide abuse of a child, but thought I should touch on that. I really hope Abby can be safe. I think of that little girl every day.

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    2. Yes, she WAS in the dark. Now she has a lot to look at and consider. All the documents are here for her to see. It's up to her to investivate for her daughters safety.

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    3. It is a very sticky topic.. of Enablers... Because... Quite frankly Angie is being abused too, as we speak... and her abuse is stopping her from helping her poor Abby. I am praying for Abby too. And I do hope she is removed from Brian's home soon. I also hope Angie can recover. I hurt for all being abused... I do not condone Angie not protecting her Abby though... but.... It is sad how even when Michelle tried to protect her daughters things got worse... I am sure Angie has noticed that... The Courts MUST be on the list of Enablers if we are listing Enablers.

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    4. I am sad for Angie. But in truth, the ones that matter most right now, is the children. Poor little Abby.
      Michelle is risking everything to fight for her children. She is a wonderful example to all mothers! I wish that Angie, and many other mothers, would follow her example!
      Sydney and Danielle are better off because they have the example of Michell and Brittany, risking all to support and protect them. That means a lot for the girls present mental state. That will mean a lot for their long term recovery. That will be significant in helping them heal.

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    5. I agree. I was abused by my father my entire life in ways that are so similar to the girls' situation, then I married an abuser who was a LOT like Brian. The cheating, physical abuse, emotional and mental abuse... and he had this gang of friends and family who fiercely defended him, no matter what. I could have been battered and if he had a scratch on him, all hell broke loose. Queue the psychotic text messages from his siblings...
      Even with a lifetime of abuse, I would do as Michelle did and protect my babies. I left my ex for my babies sake. I refused to be a statistic.
      there is a fine line between being a victim who can't save her own kids and an enabler by being aware and staying quiet.
      Angie is aware and staying silent. My ex would've been in jail if he'd locked himself in a bedroom with baby with lots of screaming. Doors would be broken down... police would have been there to take him away.
      She is a statistic and she will grow old with a man who is dirty, abusive, and who will hurt her until the day she dies or he finally leaves her for a coworker.

      Cheaters don't change. Not cheaters like Brian. He's addicted to sex and abuse. He is a dangerous type of abuser who has a lot of resources... but he will get put down very soon. Angie can either leave on her own or be married to someone behind bars.

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    6. I love your strength!! I am sure you would have broke down the door or called the police!

      This is soooo true! "there is a fine line between being a victim who can't save her own kids and an enabler by being aware and staying quiet. "

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    7. Yes! Thank you. I was abused starting in infancy through HS and my mom stayed quiet. She never defended us! She allowed my dad treat us horribly by staying silent. Therefore, she enabled him. Similarly to what Angie has done.
      Their mother, however, has fought hard for them!! She will continue to do so.

      I'm anxious to see the show on Monday because I think it'll direct A LOT of eyes to her blog here. People will see the truth and maybe a great attorney will swoop in and help!

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  4. I grew up with similar abuse. What I would have given to be taken away from it and sheltered! i do not want to share memories here but I want you to know that you are stronger than you know, and you must hold on! Find supporters wherever you can -- there are many charities that will place you with free therapy and advocate for you. Sexual abuse is also considered domestic violence. As the adult, these resources are open to you -- esp therapy -- and I urge you to get the help you deserve to stay strong and resolute.

    Your sisters are very lucky to have you. Will donate later today. -Melissa

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    1. Thank you, Melissa, for all your support. Means so much!

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