Tennessee ACLU Affiliate Attorney Participates in Abuse of Children
July 31, 2009
TELLICO PLAINS, Tenn., (christiansunite.com) -- Daniel Morgan is a father to three children 4, 6 and 7 years of age. When his children came home from visitations with their mother having burns, blistering, lacerations, needle punctures, bruising and infection. Mr. Morgan reported this to the Tennessee Department of Children's Services and his Attorney Peter J. Alliman (TBA #5984).
Physicians, Medical records, affidavits, letters and reports from school administrators, teachers and licensed clinical social workers all indicated that the abuses occurred to the children while in their mothers care and specifically by an adult male companion having past drug convictions while cohabitating with the children's mother.
Judge Jerri Bryant a Chancery Court Judge ordered that "the parties minor children shall not be left alone in the care of the wife's live in boyfriend John Scarbrough and the children shall not be allowed to ride in a motor vehicle being driven by John Scarbrough." Several police reports verify John Scarbrough blatantly violating Judge Jerri Bryant court order on numerous occasions.
When Mr. Morgan consulted his attorney Peter J. Alliman about the burns and lacerations to his 2 year old son Mr. Alliman reply was, "I don't have time to deal with your case on a day to day basis; there are other people with more serious problems!" When Mr. Morgan reported that John Scarbrough was in violation of Judge Jerri Bryant court order by picking up his 2 year son and his two daughters Mr. Allimans response was "Just because he doesn't have a drivers license doesn't mean he can't drive."
Mr. Morgan fired his attorney Peter J. Alliman and reported him to the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility in which Mr. Alliman is now under investigation. Mr. Morgan states, "I have accomplished more with my case in two months than Mr. Alliman has done in the past 13 months, Mr. Alliman covered up the abuse of my children by doing absolutely nothing, the law doesn't mean anything when public officials violate their oath to office and betray the public's trust."
Mr. Morgan is a high school graduate and construction worker and now represents himself and his children.
Every American citizen is endowed with an inherent right and responsibility to hold public officials accountable. For further information visit: www.tnccc.com.