First Book To Tell The Story of the Protective Parent Case Victims

Must Read for Family Court Judges, Evaluators, Family Law Attorneys, Child Abuse Professionals and Law Enforcement

Protective Parent Family Law Cases involve so many victims

Michael Brodkorb and Allison Mann of Minnesota that covered the Sandra Grazzini Rucki, Dede Evavold, Gina Dahlen and Doug Dahlen Teenager Family Abduction that resulted in four individuals going to jail have published the very first book about a Protective Parent Case from the perspective of the Searching/Recovering Parent Families. They are also the first to tell the untold stories of the many victims including the victim children and their siblings of this case involving Family Law Custody, Parental Kidnapping, Parental Alienation and False Allegations. Broadkorb a contributing reporter for the Minnesota Star Tribute was also harassed in this case.

The Girls Are Gone, Underground book, Protective Parent book

There have been some protective parent books written by the protective parents and/or their lawyers that have reveal anything revealing about these cases. Michael Broadkorb and Allison Mann have written the inside story of a case that went from the Family Law Court to the worst nightmare of any parent, a missing child case to a Criminal Trial involving the prosecution of not only the protective parent but her accomplices. For those that don’t believe that parental alienation exists or that a mom can be an abuser — this is not a book that you would want to read because you simply won’t be able to handle the truth.

Thank you Michael Broadkorb, Allison Mann and the Rucki Family for telling your story. We admire your courage to open your lives to us. Especially to those that have been impacted by these cases.

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