Only two weeks ago, we heard about the ten year old boy who threatened to kill the judge if he wasn’t reunited with his mother. The court’s response was “Judge Sidney Strauss pulled from Queens custody battle”. The case was reassigned, and the boy was NOT reunited with his mother. Instead, he was being evaluated for suicidal ideation. This boy is not suicidal, he is homicidal, and rightfully so.
Now, NYC court corruption strikes again, as the case was assigned to Chief Corruption Officer, Judge Jeffrey S. Sunshine, head of Brooklyn’s Matrimonial division, Kings county. Only two weeks in His Honor’s charming chambers, we now learn how the mother is now being tormented some more in this horrendous custody battle. The mother, Annemarie McAvoy, who is a law professor at Fordham University, was ordered to refrain from video-chatting with her son, because it was “intruding into the father’s home”. Will the boy get to talk to Judge Sunshine now? Because if and when he does, then we hope he says it like it is. Nice work on the parentectomy, Jeffrey.
BrooklynEagle.com – Judge Sunshine Orders Law Prof. to Stop iPhoning Son – ADAMS STREET (AP) — Kings County Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey Sunshine ordered a Fordham law professor involved in a custody dispute to stop communicating with her son via a smartphone’s video-chat feature.
Last week, Hon. Sunshine told Annemaire McVoy to take away her son’s iPhone because she was intruding into the father’s home by spending hours talking to her son via the FaceTime feature. He told her to replace the iPhone with a simple cell phone. The New York Post reports that McVoy plans to pursue a federal civil-rights case to get custody of her son. She said she used FaceTime to help her son with homework. The boy lives with his father, John Hannigan, in Sparta, N.J.
Both of these judges earned an honorary mention on the NY Wall of Shame.