Religious Discrimination in America: Father's Custody Reduced Because He Is Agnostic
On November 23, 2010 At 6:50 am
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Craig Scarberry, a father of three, shared 50-50 custody with his ex-wife until last week, when he learned that time with his kids would be cut to just four hours a week and every other weekend.
According to Indianapolis' Fox 59,
Searching to find out why, he found Judge George Pancol wrote, "the father did not participate in the same religious training as the mother, and noted that the father was agnostic. It goes on to say that when the father considered himself a Christian, the parties were able to communicate relatively effectively.
Scarberry is appealing.
Related Interest – John & Cynthia Burke case, where the Burkes were denied adoption rights because they did not believe in a Supreme Being. On appeal, the Burkes won.