PBS Declares War on Dads
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The 4-year-old boy is jumping up and down with joy.
Dad gets out of the car.
“Daddy’s here! Daddy’s here!”
The boy is behind a locked screen door. He tries to open it.
“Daddy’s here! Mommy, look, daddy’s here!”
Dad knows he shouldn’t open the door. He waits for his ex-wife to open the door. She doesn’t do it.
“This is my visitation time,” Dad says, waving a court document.
Mom still won’t open the door.
The boy jumps up and down, saying, “Daddy, Daddy.” He yanks on the screen door handle but still can’t get it open.
Dad looks at his little boy. He pauses, takes a deep breath, and walks back to his car.
The little boy doesn’t understand. Why won’t Daddy come? Why is Daddy walking away from him?
The little boy disappears inside the house.
Dad calls the police. When the officers arrive he shows them his court documents. The officers go inside to investigate. They come out a few minutes later.
“Your son says he doesn’t want to see you,” the officer says. “There’s nothing I can do. You’ll have to deal with it in the court. I can’t make him go with you if he doesn’t want to.”
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