In Alcoholics Anonymous, it might be the only meeting place left on earth in the USA where women are sexually harassed, assaulted and raped, their children are molested and get away with it, every day in many cities across the country, without going to the Police or suing their ass in Court.
So if a man or woman for that matter, in an AA meeting turns to you and unwantingly says seductive sexually charged statements you have the right to get a retraining order against them.
The Days of AA Bullshit is coming to a close. AA sold $100,000 less in Big Books in 2009. No one buys a BIG Book anymore. They are bought by the group and given away. Its the DUI’s and Court orders that keep the gravy train going. Tell every person you know who gets a DUI and is court ordered the truth about the law and AA mandating. Religion and State don’t mix. 1st Amendment RIghts!
Harassment Prevention Orders, Chapter 258E
Chapter 258E is new legislation that was enacted to provide criminally enforceable protective orders to victims of harassment and sexual abuse, regardless of whether the victim and the attacker have a relationship. This new law became effective on May 10, 2010. Prior to this law, a victim of abuse could petition for a restraining order only if the abuse was a family member, someone living in the victim’s home, or someone with whom the victim had a “substantial dating relationship.”7 The harassment prevention order law allows a victim to obtain a civil restraining order against a menacing stranger or acquaintance.
7 See the 209A Restraining Order Process in the Domestic Violence section of this manual. MDAA VICTIM-WITNESS ADVOCATE REFERENCE MANUAL (2010)
– 57 -Chapter 258E defines “Harassment” as:
1. Three or more acts of willful and malicious8 conduct aimed at a specific person committed with the intent to cause fear, intimidation, abuse or damage to property and that does in fact cause fear, intimidation, abuse or damage to property; or
2. An act that: a. Byforce,threatorduresscausesanothertoinvoluntarilyengageinsexual
relations; or b. Constitutesaviolationofsection13B,13F,13H,22,22A,23,24,24B,
26C, 43 or 43A of chapter 265 or section 3 of chapter 272.9
A violation of a civil harassment order is a criminal offense. The process for obtaining an order is similar to the 209A process discussed in the Domestic Violence section of this manual.