Cypress, CA – Family Law Judge Clay M. Smith today ordered the arrest of Kimberly Bunn-Smith, a single mother raising a small son for refusing to turn the boy over to the man who, she says, battered her and tried to force her to abort when she was four months pregnant.
Bunn-Smith has been resident in a shelter for battered women as she fought to retain custody against the orders of Smith, who, according to her and friends, routinely refused to examine the evidence of Wayne 's abusive behavior, which was also visited on her son due to visitation forced by the same judge.
It was at the shelter that police arrested Bunn-Miller, shortly after sshe erving Judge Smith with two motions which remove the case from his court due to her status as a Native American. (see Motions on website). Specific law remands questions of the raising of Native American children to Tribal Courts. As a registered member of the Montauk or Shinnecock Indian Tribal Nation with land holdings on Long Island, New York Bunn-Miller filed to have the matter moved to the proper venue.
Kimberly Bunn-Miller's concerns did not begin, or end, with the venue, however.
Bunn-Miller finished her education to become a school teacher and was left unable to use her degree because of Judge Smith's false charges of domestic violence against her, which automatically disqualified her from teaching in the State of California. She lost her job because of the many court hearings forced by Wayne, as many as eight in one month. Wayne is 'self-employed,' which work includes sales of pornography, she commented.
“Judge Clay Smith would just glance at the evidence I provided – and there was a lot of it – and then look me in the eye and tell me I was lying,” said Bunn-Miller. “I wasn't. I never lied about anything.”
A google search of the name, “Judge Clay M. Smith” reveals that on sites for public rating of judicial performance most often includes the word, “terrible.” Bunn-Miller, and dozens of others agree with the assessment.
Asked about her son and his relationship with his father Bunn-Miller said, “My son wets himself when forced to spend time with his father. How would you feel if your child came home to ask you, “Why does Daddy call you a C**t?” What does it mean, Mommy?””
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