admitted that at the age of 23 he exposed himself to two young girls as he exited a shower, and that 'years later' he masturbated to thoughts of the older girl (11 or 12 at the time of the incident) by placing her in the position of the younger girl (6 or 7 at the time of the incident). Ethical standards of the Association for the Treatment of Sex Abusers (ATSA) state: "a client who has a history of sexual contact with children or who reports engaging in sexual fantasies about children should be restricted from having unsupervised visitation with children" (Section 12.03, Ethical Standards). Read more here in C.Y. Roby's Psychosexual Evaluation.
12) DCFS and three expert doctors had all indicated on various levels that my sisters and I were at risk with my dad.
13) Dr. C.Y Roby testified the following in an affidavit:
14) The next expert who tested my father was Dr. Jonathan Ririe. He saw my dad a few times, and administered a psychosexual exam. After testing was completed, Dr. Ririe recommended supervised visitation with no overnight visitation. He would not have recommended this without a professional determination of some kind of risk. On November 13, 2008 the following recommendation was made an Order of the Special Master:
15) Dr. Blakelock (who was brought into the case along with Dr. Ryrie by my dad's attorney in attempts to replace Dr. Roby) testified that the ASTA standards (Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers) that he was required to adhere to required my dad to be supervised around us, while he also testified that he did not believe my dad needed to abide by the standards because he referred to them as "default guidelines".
16) When asked if he had any concern that my dad posed any legitimate serious threat to assault or abuse his children in any way, Blakelock stated, "When I first started it I kind of reviewed some of the material and I was concerned. But after talking with Dr. Ryrie, reviewing the psychosexual that Dr. Ryrie had completed... no, no risk at all."
The fact that second custody evaluator Dr. Blakelock indicated a need to monitor in order to control risk, entirely contradicts his statement that he believes there was no risk.
17) First Custody Evaluator Dr. Lois Dettenmaier's opinion from 4.27.07:
18) Dr. Blakelock discredited our fears through claiming that (in his brief, approximate 2 hours of observation) he did not directly witness the cause of our worry and fears: