Deirdre Evavold Sister Says Dede Has Undiagnosed Mental Condition

Her sister calls Dede a “crazy activist narcissists“. The sister says she has a undiagnosed mental condition. She says Dede was fine until she met Attorney Michelle MacDonald.


Editor’s Note: The sister does not mention the almost cult-like activity of the protective parent / family court critic network. Although for those of us that follow these cases, we think “crazy activist narcissist” accurately describes both Dede and other members of the protective parent / family court critic network.


6 Responses to Deirdre Evavold Sister Says Dede Has Undiagnosed Mental Condition

  1. Margo/Mom says:

    Exactly–reading the sister’s statement I also thought of cult-like influences.

    • underwatch says:

      There were some comparisons of the original Faye Yager Children of the Underground to a Cult. In addition, Connie Valentine of the California Protective Parents claimed a “satanic cult forced her to kill people when she was a little girl.” She was a State Mental Health worker at the time and was reassigned. She is now an active leader in the Protective Parent / Family Court Critic Movement. – Unfortunately, when one compares the “protective parent movement” to a cult, I don’t personally believe the mainstream media or the courts like that term. I will say that in these cases, no one ever testifies against them and talks about the network. It’s almost as if they take some sort of secret oath to not divulge the secrets of this network.

      • Margo/Mom says:

        Eeesh! Brings to mind the McMartin debacle. Children testified (or were led to testify) that they had seen and done lots of improbable, unlikely and end of the day impossible and unsupportable things. They weren’t actually lying–which requires the ability to make a distinction between fact and fantasy or invention. Fortunately it did lead to some research into the reliability of young children’s statements and their ability to be led–even by investigators who believe they are objective. The findings lead a lot of credibility to the concept of parental alienation (by whatever name or diagnosis).

      • underwatch says:

        Sometimes it feels like we have progressed significantly since the McMartin Preschool Days of child abuse and cult hysteria. Then you see the public shaming photos on the Safe Kids International Facebook Page of the Father, Mother, Kids, the lawyer and the Judge. These allegations are made without acknowledging what was learned from the McMartin Case and the Wenatchee Washington Cases. Protective Moms need to use qualified professionals.

        I wonder what ever happened to Kee MacFarlane?

  2. I can’t even believe that her sister is making excuses for her? Especially since she was involved in a custodial interference case.

    • Margo/Mom says:

      OTOH–she does appear to have some “issues” as they say. She has bought into a vast network of conspiracy theories regarding how Family Courts are corrupt and in league against women. And her behaviors are clearly against her own best interest. She chose to “represent” herself by presenting no defense. She, along with Michelle McDonald and Sandra Grazzini-Rucki have formed a veritable coven of reinforcement for irrational beliefs.

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