Friday, December 18, 2009

If you refer, retain, and/or appoint the services of Dr. Edward J Connor, you should take note.

It appears that I have struck a nerve with Dr. Edward J Connor Psy D, of Connor and Associates in Erlanger, Kentucky, by posting his conduct on the internet. Dr. Connor told one of my attorneys that there was a court order preventing him from releasing the case file from a child custody evaluation to me and then released a small portion of the case file to my other attorney. The Indiana trial courts would not protect my civil rights and the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology and Attorney General Jack Conway will not protect my right to access my own health record so I am going to leave the writing of complaints up to the attorneys while I focus on telling people what goes on inside Dr. Connor's world and the people/organizations whom are affiliated with Dr. Connor. Consider it a Blogumentary. I'm going to send letters to people like the board members and donors of the Children's Home of Northern Kentucky, where Dr. Connor oversees the psychological staff. Places like the Children Home of Northern Kentucky can disregard my concerns but I will be posting the letters on this blog or my website so the public can see how they are affiliated with Dr. Connor. I will be posting letters that I received from the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology and Kentucky Assistant Attorney General Mark Brengelman to give people an understanding of how the Board protected Dr. Connor, who testifies on behalf of the state of Kentucky in criminal and civil cases. I lost all visitation with my children based on the child custody evaluation of Dr. Edward J Connor. Dr. Connor claimed that he had a hard time understanding me and claimed my writings were confusing and difficult to follow. Dr. Connor will probably tell you that the remarks I've made about him are untrue and slanderous and Dr. Connor will use his authority to claim that I suffer from a plethora of psychological disorders. Please note in a letter to the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology dated December 22, 2008, Dr. Connor wrote, "I have consulted with an attorney with regard to filing a restraining order against Mr. Brewington and/or filing charges of harassment, defamation of character or slander but have not taken these steps of yet and would prefer not to do so." Portraying himself as a victim is a common trait of Dr. Connor. I feel sure that Dr. Connor believed that I would not see a copy of the letter to the Board. After receiving a copy of Dr. Connor's letter through a public records request, I wrote Dr. Connor a letter encouraging him to have his lawyer refer any legal action directly to me. Nearly a year later, Dr. Connor has yet to follow through with his threats of legal action against me.

Dr. Connor will probably be (or has been) running some damage control resulting from the fallout of preparing a child custody evaluation that Dr. Connor claimed had "numerous errors and oversights." If Dr. Connor tries to tell you that I am unstable or dangerous, please keep in mind that there is no mention in Dr. Connor's child custody evaluation that I present any danger to my children or anyone else. I cared for my children nearly half the time over the course of a 2.5 year divorce without incident or injury only to have my parenting time ripped from me due to Dr. Connor's erroneous report and his ex parte communication with Judges. Dr. Connor began attacking me when I began requesting the case file from Dr. Connor's child custody evaluation report. I haven't seen my little girls in four months. I won't be able to see my 3 and 6 year old daughters at Christmas. Imagine the heartbreak of not being able to drive across town to see your children. Imagine living life with the pressure of having people like Dr. Edward J Connor and Judge James D Humphrey hoping that you lose your cool so they can say "we were right about him the whole time." I am using this experience as an opportunity to teach my children a lesson about how we need to stand up for our rights and how we have to go about it in an intellectual and peaceful manner. Dr. Connor can trump up all of the psychological interpretations of my psychological test data and claim that I am an unstable person but put yourself in my shoes. If you lost your ability to see your children, would you be calmly addressing the problem? That's what I am doing because I owe it to my children and I owe it to myself to be the person Dr. Connor doesn't want me to be. Remember Dr. Connor, no one would be in this position if you and Judge James D Humphrey would have done your jobs.

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