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  • Yamila's court case

    I know posting this at this time is crazy but I just got it in my inbox and thought I would try to do something. This is a heart breaking case of a Cuban woman who was deported after her husband divorced her, and has been refused almost any contact with her wee daughter. He forged her signature giving up custody or visitation rights.
    Anyway, case is today and they want people to go.

    Extremely short notice. DO YOU THINK YOU CAN COME TO THIS COURT CASE? We want some foreign bodies in the room looking like reporters if possible!
    To refresh your memory of the total story: http://www.tokyowithkids.com/yamila.html

    This is the forgery case (her husband forged her signature on the divorce document giving himself total custody of their child). His brothers acted as witnesses though of course they did not actually see her sign the document.

    On Sunday evening I got a call from Yamila. She arrived back in Japan sometime last week.
    The criminal case on forgery first court date is today at 1:20 pm.

    http://courtdomino2.courts.go.jp/K_a...on=1#_Section1

    photo of court house:
    http://courtdomino2.courts.go.jp/K_a...=2,1#_Section2

    breakdown of building
    http://courtdomino2.courts.go.jp/K_a...=3,1#_Section3


    The nearest station is MATSUDO on the Joban-sen. You can transfer to the Joban-sen at either Ueno station or Nishi-Nippori staion and it is approx. 30 minutes from Tokyo.The court begins at 1:20. We will be at the court before 1.

    From Matsudo Station take the East Exit. Turn Left and you'll pass a park on the right and you'll pass an apartment and turn left after the apartment and go straight. the court house is on the right. It's a 7 minute walk from Matsudo station.

    A second set of (possibly better) instructions:
    Take the Higashi-guchi exit (East exit) and turn Left. Go straight and you'll pass a park on your left then you'll come to a stop light with an apartment building on the left side of the road. Turn Left onto this one-way road an go up a hill and the court house is a 5 story building on the right.

  • #2
    I really want to know how things went today. I just read through all of the information on the websites. I actually get nauseous thinking about this kind of stuff. I mean, it could be anyone (male or female) going through such an ordeal.

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    • #3
      me too
      I saw this last year before the site was taken down so that Yamila could see her daughter
      i never realized that the court case was today
      will it even get a mention in the newspapers?

      This has to be the worst thing about marrying a japanese
      for me its was the only reason my ex hubby could give to make me stay in our marriage... leave and you lose the kid...

      waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa better shuttup before i rant

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      • #4
        Originally posted by eku
        me too
        I saw this last year before the site was taken down so that Yamila could see her daughter
        i never realized that the court case was today
        will it even get a mention in the newspapers?

        This has to be the worst thing about marrying a japanese
        for me its was the only reason my ex hubby could give to make me stay in our marriage... leave and you lose the kid...

        waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa better shuttup before i rant
        But u didn't, right?

        Leaving now; will check back 2nite.

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        • #5
          nope the kid packed his stuff smart-quick and left with me hehe

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          • #6
            I really wanted to go too, I even ironed a shirt to try and look like a reporter, but I had this errand laid out and there was no way I was going to make it. I'm glad you posted the information anyway, you never know... and please do tell what happened. It's a terribly sad story.

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            • #7
              I just got the email, via Being A Broad I think, but I don"t know anything yet about the result. Will do some snooping. Kind of scared to see it tho. I am the mum of a wee girl myself and I can"t even imagine the hell this woman lives in. I want to shoot that f*cker of a father.

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              • #8
                Waller, do you know if that woman needs anything materially? I live in a house that everyone's moving out of and I have been designated "finder of homes for superfluous items". I wonder if she or the church group that's supporting her could use any of these items?

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                • #9
                  Sorry, I have been searching just now for an update but can"t find anything. Neither of the two links I know of ,

                  http://www.tokyowithkids.com/yamila.html

                  http://www.crnjapan.com/pexper/cay/en/

                  have been updated for quite some time. She may still be looking for donations of money of course, see links above.

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                  • #10
                    Just got this . I think thru her lawyer who I emailed saying goodluck. If you want her contact, PM me.

                    Dear Everyone:

                    I would like to thank you for all your support and understanding its really incredible how many people are helping me. We never expected any thing and now we have so much. I had a great team supporting me at court especially my lawyer.We hope this process will end soon in my favor. At least I hope to be reunited with Emiri.I will keep you posted to my next court date.Right now, its schedualed for July 26.

                    Thanks,

                    Yamila

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