OK, during this PPO hearing, (Tuesday August 30th, 2011) that was already proven bogus, Stupid Ass Judge Adams instructed me to tell my ex what is listed below. I refused and she was not happy. My ex was instructed to apologized for for some very explicit and foul texts that she'd sent. What you can not see is all of the attitude that was conveyed by Judge Adams. The safety of the written document.
JUDGE Adams: So anyway, --- domestic violence? Yes or no.
Mr. RICHMOND: No, your Honor.
Mrs. GATES: Yes.
Mr. KRYSTALL: Last week.
Mrs. GATES: And before that.
Mr. RICHMOND: Do we have to go there?
Ms. CHILDERS: Judge, I object to that statement on the record.
JUDGE Adams: Ok, the court is dealing with the issue with respect to the PPO.
Mr. RICHMOND: Other than me, your Honor, there is domestic violence in her home with her husband.
JUDGE Adams: ---any issue of domestic violence---
Mrs. GATES: In our old apartment. He had issues.
Mr. RICHMOND: She had domestic violence in her home?
Ms. CHILDERS: Currently.
Mrs. GATES: No.
Ms. CHILDERS: As of May 18th, 2010, of which we submitted the police reports evidencing the arrest of both Ms. Gates and her husband one month apart. Your Honor is in possession of them, and they’re in the court file. She needs to answer truthfully.
JUDGE Adams: Alright, the court, that’s noted.
Mr. KRYSTALL: ---they recorded stuff. (I'm sure that this is an illegal allegation)
JUDGE Adams: The willingness of each party to, uh, ---parent---(inaudible)
Mr. RICHMOND: Yes, your Honor.
JUDGE Adams: This is the factor that I’m going to, I’m gonna come down hard on.
Mrs. GATES: (inaudible)
JUDGE Adams: The willingness of each party. So that’s where the getting the phone comes in. I don’t want you all, and I’ll probably change that when I see you in December, but right now, you all don’t need to have any contact. You just don’t need to have any contact. Ok? So, you can facilitate that. No calls. Don’t send any emails. Don’t say anything negative about Mr. Richmond.
Mrs. GATES: I won’t.
JUDGE Adams: Ok. You understand?
Mrs. GATES: I do, your Honor.
JUDGE Adams: Turn to him and look at him and apologize for that selfless…
Mrs. GATES: (inaudible) absolutely. Officially apologizing to you for the things that I’ve said that you told me while we were in there in confidence. The vicious attack is uncalled for (inaudible). I said I shouldn’t have said it. I shouldn’t have brought it up regarding issues --- now, in front of everybody here, that I am sincerely sorry. I apologize to you, and I hope that you can accept my apology.
JUDGE Adams: Alright. Mr. Richmond, let her know that you appreciate her being the mother of your beautiful son, the mother of your beautiful son Quincy.
Mr. RICHMOND: You are the mother of my beautiful son.
JUDGE Adams: (Pause) You appreciate. Look at her.
Ms. CHILDERS: I didn’t hear her say she appreciates him being the father.
Mr. RICHMOND: (Laughing)
JUDGE Adams: Excuse me, this is my court room. I, this is my court room. I tell her what to say…(inaudible). I believe it’s therapeutic.
Mr. RICHMOND: I don’t want to say it, your Honor. Not at this time.
JUDGE Adams: A big man would say it. A big person would say it, I will let you know that. Alright, she did apologize to you, and you know, you should accept the apology and move on because it was big of the court to ask her to do that.
Mrs. GATES: You gotta, you’d think when it comes to your child, you have to be ----, see so, this ---is about you. Not about yourself.
Mr. RICHMOND: When it’s sincere…
JUDGE Adams: It does tell you that.
Mr. RICHMOND: When it’s sincere, I will.
JUDGE Adams: Ok, let’s move on. …sincere, she didn’t have to do that. Alright, so let’s move on. Alright, so, anything else?