- Why have mothers gone underground?
- Attorneys: Revealing Client's Whereabouts
- Representing a Client Considering Going Underground
- Sample Pleadings
- Resource Organizations
Some members of the family abduction community have always asserted that this book serves several purposes: 1) A Recruiting Book for mothers thinking of going underground; 2) A How to book for those mothers to setup their legal defense and 3) A sales brochure for the Underground Law Firm. In fact several underground moms in the Information Binder have included material from this book as their so called evidence for going on the lam.
For those of you who have never seen a picture of underground attorney Alan Rosenfeld with his tossled hair and '60s hair cut, he appears more like a hippie than an attorney. In following his cases which includes videos we've seen from protest rallies for her clients leading chants over a bull horn, at times we think that the underground might be some type of cult. He is often seen holding hands with his clients. We've heard from many of the court baliffs that he often makes them nervous with his close contact with his women clients, often in the holding cells.
With all that said, there is an quote from Alan Rosenfeld in the Winter 1995 edition of the Family Advocate:
"Alan Rosenfeld recalls an analogy made by Richard DuCote, a New Orleans attorney who has represented many women accussed of making false sexual abuse allegations. 'It's like a mtoher whose child is in the middle of the freeway. She has three choices: (1) Watch her child be killed; (2) Run into the road, throw the child to safety, and be hit herself; or (3) Stay with her child and be killed together. Which is the best choice?'"
Finally, both Alan Rosenfeld and Richard DuCote represented Elizabeth Morgan. He is now representing Holly Ann Collins in the most recent Underground Case.