I have written before about how, on Veteran’s Day 2007, mangina Andrew Marton of the Dallas-Fort Worth Star Telegram published his “Brokered Bride” slander provided by a Russian woman, Natasha Henderson, fighting a child custody battle with her American ex-husband. The victim had been unable to provide his side of the story because he was abiding by court rules.
Among the most blatant mistakes in the article is the fact that the ex-wife admits (in the article) to having intentionally scammed her husband for citizenship after the “journalist” spent most of the article painting her as someone who had “come to America in good faith.” The article describes the husband (Glen Henderson) as having translated her phone calls to others, while failing to discuss how those “translations” revealed that the woman had a boyfriend back in Russia and a boyfriend in Canada before and during her “marriage” to Glen.
The article also does not describe how Glen and his wife were friends for several years before she convinced him to marry her and bring her to the USA despite the fact that they were mostly just friends.
The Star Telegram is part of the giant McClatchy Newspaper Corporation. Dozens of men phoned and emailed them about the outrageously one-side article. Andrew and his colleage, Kirstin Campbell, would slither like snakes when discussing their mistakes on the phone. They would say “It is too late to change the story” despite the fact that an online version of any story can be changed easily.
This is typical of the ”Hit and Run” experience men are now having with newspapers that have apparently lost all interest in having men as customers. The “journalists” do a hit piece on men and then say “it is too late to change the story” after it comes out.
Outrageously however, on December 5th, the Star Telegram republished the same article and got a dozen McClatchy affiliates to highlight the article. This tactic of republishing is highly unprofessional and unethical. But then, as the dinosaur media declines, the people they hire are getting less and less ashamed to blatantly push their anti-male agenda.
Here is my open letter to the victim of McClatchy Newspapers (one can argue that his child is the ultimate victim of this treachery):
Hello Glen (Henderson),
McClatchy Newspapers interfered with your child custody case when they published the “story” of one party in the court proceedings, knowing full well that you were abiding by court rules and Natasha was not.
Could I have a word with your lawyer?
Now McClatchy Newspapers has added malice to the mix by republishing the slander, despite having been told (as if they needed to be told) where the story is inaccurate and how ideologically biased it was. These two URLs reveal the unprofessional “double publishing” maneuver just occurred:
. They did this to spite you Glen. They don’t want your side of the story and never did.
The December 5th 2007 republication of the slander was multiplied yesterday to many McClatchy affiliates. This, despite the fact that Star Telegram employees admitted to me that they were ideologically biased against “men’s rights types” and despite the fact that Andrew Marton had said he would finally look into the constitutional aspects of that “marriage broker” law. Here is just one example of the open bias:
I figured it was only a matter of time before the “men’s rights” types came out of the woodwork. They’re always rather put upon, in my experience.
Marcia Melton was the so-called “research assistant” who fed misinformation to Andrew Marton
If this were happening to me, McClatchy would be sued for $3Million in damages and an article with my side of the story published on the front page of McClatchy papers nationwide.This is an open and shut case. Newspapers do not have a 1st Amendment right to interfere in child custody battles like this.
Obviously, these people believe that you are the loser they described in the article. Like so many men who could simply walk into a courthouse and get that unconstitutional “marriage broker” act (IMBRA) overruled, you are not doing anything and they have already assumed that you will not do anything. I have come to the conclusion that many of the men who date foreign women deserve everything they get because they simply will not do the minimum that a normal man would do to stick up for his rights.
Please realize that the federally funded Tahirih Justice Center is also behind this slander and you could easily get a Texas-based federal judge to stop them from getting $1Million in funding that Congress just authorized for them (deep inside the CJS Appropriations Bill), because it is not Constitutional for Congress to fund operations that interfere with child custody battles (or any domestic affairs for that matter).
These people are all counting on 1) you and your lawyer being passive and dumb and 2) your lawyer not wanting to work for free or for part of the damages money and 3) your not accepting the help of the Men’s Rights Community which can provide expert witnesses showing how women like Natasha scam the system and get anti-male ideologues in the media to help them.