Alienated parents to march on court and Sturgeon’s ‘home’
D.A.D.S, the campaigning group supporting people experiencing “parental alienation” is set for a Father’s Day protest in Edinburgh.
Members of the group will walk through the city, from the Scottish Parliament to Nicola Sturgeon’s residency at Bute House.
They are expecting hundreds to turn up to the march tomorrow (Friday, 16 June 2017) which starts at Holyrood at about midnight.
They will pass stop off at Edinburgh Sheriff Court where a demonstration for their #shirtoffyourback campaign will take place.
D.A.D.S activists are planning to take shirts signed by members of the group and protest outside the building. The march will then go on to the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon’s Edinburgh address.
Parental alienation is the result, of the manipulation of a child into showing fear, disrespect or hostility towards a parent or other family members.
The march marks the first anniversary of D.A.D.S, group dedicated to fighting forparents who lost contact with their children.