Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Agnostic Parents more likely to retain custody of their children - Magistrate George G. Pancol died at age 87.

05 February 2014

A Madison County Indiana magistrate died peacefully at his home on the morning of Tuesday 04 February 2014. George G. Pancol, age 87, was the judicial officer who gained notoriety in 2010 for stripping an Anderson man of the custody of his children because Pancol found him unfit to parent because the man changed his religious preference from Christian to agnostic.

I wrote about the notice of appeal filed in that case in which the Indiana Court of Appeals issued a Stay which had the effect of returning the children's father to the children.

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