Wendi Miller – Abuse Victim – Fought Family Court Corruption – Angel- Champion

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Wendi Miller – Abuse Victim – Fought Family Court Corruption – Angel- Champion

Wendi Miller an advocate for her story, my story, Courtney’s story, and all domestic abuse victim’s stories was murdered in Newport Beach, Ca. Her story is ever more painful because it is mine. After leaving domestic abuse her life was a nightmare and a big part of that was the CORRUPT FAMILY COURT. The corrupt family court actually put this abuse victim in jail for trying to protect her children. After 13 years of continued abuse in the OC family courts, my ex abuser Richard Zona Jr., came to the Riverside courts with his criminal affiliates, and had me corruptly gagged, my first amendment right violated, forbidden prior restraint issued, and I was denied an attorney. If I tell certain aspects of MY TRUE STORY I will be sent to jail like Wendi Miller once was. She fought hard for not only herself but for all domestic abuse victims facing the CORRUPT FAMILY COURT. A few disgusting characters I have faced in the corrupt family court, attorney Bonnie Zeldin Rosen, Judge Kira Klatchko, (read my emails at the Indio family court, gut wrenching), and Judge Michael Naughton. Wendi Miller also had a website, her pain and crucifixion as a domestic abuse victim poured into an attempt to help all of us. I found this on her website tonight sent to me by another OC domestic abuse victim going through our unfortunate HELL:

~ by Susan

I saw a T-shirt that other day that said, “Domestic violence only ends when you leave.”

If only that were true.

It’s easy to think that the woman is free to leave at any time, and therefore she is choosing to be abused by staying. The reality is quite different. Ending an abusive relationship is only the first round of a boxing match with a blind referee against a heavyweight whose appetite for inflicting pain is never satisfied.

The woman risks everything, even her life and the custody of her children, when she leaves. She’ll never stop looking over her shoulder. She alone knows what he is capable of because she’s seen the ruthless violence that he saves for when they are behind closed doors. In public, he is very charming and no one will believe he is capable of doing what she says he’s done. She’ll look crazy.

The abuser will make the woman pay a steep price for her freedom. When she leaves, he will escalate the violence and abuse. He will call her night and day. He will tell lies to her family and friends. He will destroy her possessions. He will talk to her about all the ways he can take revenge, how no one will believe her, and how he always wins.

What she does after she leaves will not be based solely on protecting her rights or doing what is right for her. Rather, every single decision she makes will be agonizingly weighed against what the retribution will be from him. If I file for divorce, will he kill me? If I file for custody because he’s abusing the children, will he try to get sole custody or falsely accuse me of child abuse? If I file for a protection from abuse order, will it only enrage him more?

He’ll use the courts to continue his abuse. Instead of fearing being beaten when she gets home, she’ll be afraid of being hit with more court motions. Our judicial system will allow him to make the divorce or custody process a living nightmare. He will delay the process, or bring frivolous motions. He won’t answer her lawyer’s letters, and he’ll send dozens of his own. He will force her to use up what little money she may have fighting him in court over the simplest matters while the referee stands idly by doing nothing.

Or, worst of all, he will take her children away despite overwhelming evidence of his abuse toward them.

Is it any wonder she is having a difficult time leaving?

Now imagine a society that holds him accountable for his abuse. The referee doesn’t just cry foul, but prevents the boxing match from even taking place. The abuser is arrested and prosecuted every time he violates a protection from abuse order or doesn’t uphold his end of a custody agreement. Custody evaluators and judges believe disclosures of abuse from children, and she isn’t afraid of losing custody for protecting her children. She doesn’t lose everything she owns to break free; marital assets are split fairly. He is ordered to an abuser program for at least one year, and preferably longer.

It’s time to stop blaming women for staying, because we as a society are the ones who let the domestic violence continue long after she’s walked out the door. Instead, we need to start truly protecting women and their children after the relationship is over.~

Anyone with information or a witness to the crime is asked to contact Detective Rick Henry 949-644-3797.



  1. Kimberly Thompson says:

    Thank you for writing this. I wonder if her case is connected to her abuser in some way or her work as a child abuse court advocate? Just trying to connect the dots.

    • Tracy Zona says:

      Thank you for visiting my website. I hope they find whoever would harm this shining star, angel, and advocate and give them a harsh and severe punishment.
      You wonder who would do something like this to Wendi as she was trying to make the world a better place as well as more just and fair? Unfortunately, I have come across my share of those that would do anything to harm a good person.

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