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26 March 2022
Laura Massaro won for all
The most famous of the mothers under attack on the basis of the fictitious 'theory' of parental alienation has won her battle in the Court of Cassation, for herself and for all women in her situation: from now on, children can no longer be taken by force and it will no longer be so easy to talk about alienating mothers. It is also a symbolic victory, putting mothers back at the centre against all equalitarian rhetoric.
With Order No. 9691/2022, the Supreme Court of Cassation ruled in favour of Laura Massaro and banned parental alienation from the courts, defining the forced removal of minors, who must always be heard in proceedings concerning them, as contrary to the rule of law. A clamorous sentence - thanks to Laura's courage and to the amazing work of the lawyers Teresa Manente and Ilaria Bogliano - despite the bad auspices and the harshness of the outcome of the appeal, not to mention the inadmissible attempts to discredit Laura by "trying" her just 4 years ago.
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