Why is it that the innocent always are hurt the most? Young children, who are completely innocent, are usually at the top of the list.  Children are trusting and unsuspecting.  Yet they are brutalized, kidnapped, treated as slaves by some groups, and their childhood is destroyed.  The divorce court system is a good example of how innocent children often end up with the parent that doesn’t want the child, but doesn’t want to pay child support or alimony.This is not exclusive to any one country.  In the movie, “Liar, Liar,” it was all about the money.  That is often the case for many divorces.  There have been countless articles of children being forced visitation with the non-custodial parents and the judges refusing to look at the truth.  Even children old enough to speak have still been forced to have court mandated visitation.  Why can’t the judges see that they are innocent children and don’t deserve this treatment at all?  The same is true in marriages.  Often when one partner cheats on the other one, the innocent adult is usually the last to know.  Sometimes family and friends can see it, but the partner cannot.  Then, the victim is devastated as they didn’t anticipate it or expect it.  It also seems in the court system, that when a person is being tried, at least in the western countries, they are supposed to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.  In the American show, “Trial and Error,” the female district attorney went out of her way to proclaim a man was guilty when all along there was no real proof, no hard evidence, and the man was actually innocent.  In every press conference and every statement she made in the courtroom, she continually referred to the innocent man as a murderer and that he was guilty.  Psychology plays a huge part in any jury trial.  When  judge states that the jury should disregard something it is ridiculous.  How are they going to forget damaging testimony even if it was obtained illegally?  They don’t.  In the Good Gus Series, all the children were innocent which is the best type of story for young readers.  They learn about life soon enough.  There is no point in rushing it.  The series is available exclusively on Kindle worldwide.  Book three, “Cory Returns” has completely sold out at the Maine Base in San Diego, California.  Time for a reprint!  If you feel you are being treated unfairly and you are innocent of anything, speak up and defend yourself.  Then take a reading break for “Misplaced Trust.”  It is available 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.