Injustice in the Eloy Justice Court: How The Domestic Violence Industry Places The Public at Risk From Violent Women Across Arizona. Real Cases, Real Stories

Richard W Cassalata

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Synopsis: Male Victims of Domestic Violence Are “Cash Cows” for Corrupt Law Enforcement Agencies, Courts and Non-Profit Groups Liberal organizations hailed the Violence Against Women Act as a win for women’s safety and human rights. Today, this revamped law has allowed corrupt law enforcement agencies, courts and non-profit organizations to rake in millions of federal dollars using an “arrest the male” policy created by the Violence Against Women Act. By all accounts this billion dollar law fails to address half of all known batterers... women. Male victims of domestic violence make up half of all domestic violence victims in the United States. However, since little money is awarded for male victims of domestic violence these victims are often arrested, prosecuted and sentenced by corrupt judicial and law enforcement officers for financial gain. Most government agencies and non-profits continue to focus on the male batterer-female victim model out of pure profit. This book examines the abuse of the VAWA and how one judge, law enforcement agency and non-profit organization failed to protect male victims of domestic violence for pure financial reasons.

About the Author: About the Author After high school, Richard Cassalata worked for two law enforcement agencies with the state of Arizona. After five years of law enforcement service he attended college and perused an academic career. He earned Associate degrees in Anthropology and Biology from Central Arizona College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at Arizona State University with a focus in Family Issues and Domestic Violence. Weeks after graduating, he attended Northern Arizona University and earned a Masters in Educational Leadership focusing in Community College Administration and Teaching. Less than a month later, he enrolled in a doctoral program in Higher and Postsecondary Education at Arizona State University with an emphasis in Institutional Research and Statistical Analysis. He completed all the requirements for this degree except for the dissertation. During graduate school, he worked as an Investigator for Arizona Child Protective Services for four years in various roles from Case Management to Investigations. In addition to his full time position, Mr. Cassalata was an Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Central Arizona College, Maricopa Community College system and Mohave Community College for a combined eight years. He has instructed a range of college level sociology courses including general sociology, family sociology, domestic violence and contemporary issues in society courses. Currently, Mr. Cassalata is the Arizona Chapter President for the National Coalition for Men and founding Director of the Men’s Rights Group of Arizona. He resides in Arizona and works to document questionable domestic violence, false allegations, divorce and a range of men’s rights issues throughout Arizona. Mr. Cassalata has three children from his first marriage from 1994-1998. Tyler, Kevin and Sarah are his pride and joy. In 2015, he married Lisa, a devout Christian woman who righted his “ship” back on course and is the love of his life.

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