Alyce Laviolette is a self imposed Domestic Violence expert, speaker, author, and clinician who gave testimony during the Jodi Arias trial and drew wide criticism from many circles for doing exactly what domestic violence “experts” claim Men’s Rights and Domestic Violence reform organizations do, and that is to blame the victim for their circumstances. If you watched the Jodi Arias trial and you are part of the Anti-Feminist/Men’s Rights Movement like I am, you probably already knew the angle Ms. Laviolette was going to take in her defense of Jodi, but for many in the courtroom and those following the trial on HLNTV, they were left to try and figure out what was going in this Woman’s head as they tried desperately to understand what she was trying to do. Personally, I thought Alyce Laviolette was going to be the one person in the courtroom who set Jodi Arias free as no doubt she was there to sway just one female juror into believing that if any Woman on the planet says she feels like she was experiencing abuse, then we must immediately believe her and transfer all Wealth from the Man who she alleges did it to her prior to sending him to prison and taking his children from him. Thankfully, my fears were not realized and Jodi Arias was found guilty.
Here are the basics of what Alyce Laviolette attempted to do in case you were not one of the millions who followed the Jodi Arias trial:
- Following the carefully scripted words from the feminist playbook on domestic violence, she stated that Travis Alexander was a domestic violence offender and blamed him for his death even though there was no evidence of abuse on Jodi or a fact finding interview of Travis by Ms. Laviolette.
- When Women kill or hit, it’s because they are defending themselves, otherwise Women are beautiful perfect creatures incapable of harming anyone. When Men kill or hit, it’s because they are brutal psychopaths who learned to be this way from their Fathers and we must immediately believe all Women who say “I feel like he…” and imprison any Man she wants even if there is no evidence of abuse.
- Ms. Laviolette felt confident that the world would immediately fall at her feet based on her words of wisdom because society is so angry at Domestic Violence which feminist hope will translate to Men being convicted without anyone asking questions based on emotion.
Of course, it should also be noted that Alyce Laviolette is a professional feminist who makes a living off Domestic Violence by writing books, speaking, and giving expert testimony. And, anyone with a brain can follow the money to surmise that Alyce actually benefits from violence being committed and has no desire to see violence stopped. In fact, I surmise this is exactly why the definition of domestic violence in VAWA was lowered so low that any Man raising his voice can be considered a domestic offender because feminist then use this data to generate statistics to ask for more money from Congress.
At this point, you are probably asking what the point is, we already know this happens hourly across the globe and there are feminist lurking in every corner of the U.S. Capitol, State Legislatures, and Universities wanting desperately to label every Man and Boy on this planet as a threat to Women. While this is certainly true, the Jodi Arias trial was different. For the first time we have a Woman doing exactly what feminist say cannot be done, and that is for her to be able to overpower her victim in such a way to be able to slash his throat from ear to ear, stab him 29 times, and then shoot him in the head. I suspect millions of professional feminist from around the world were cheering Alyce Laviolette on in hopes for a win because if Jodi got away with this, it would signal to them that anything in the world can be obtained from using the Domestic Violence card. I can assure you, if Jodi Arias was found not guilty, the next day professional feminist would have stormed the U.S. Capitol asking for even triple the amount of money they make from Domestic Violence and asking for even harsher laws because of the notoriety surrounding this case.
This is why I find Alyce Laviolette so vile.
In the next section, I want to hear from The Spearhead readers who watched the Jodi Arias trial and have something to say to Alyce LaViolette. It is important that this document live on the Internet for many decades so that feminist like Ms. Laviolette know we are watching them and have ample means to call them out when they attempt to use a very serious matter in order to elevate themselves financially and politically. With this in mind, please follow THIS LINK and send me your most meaningful and succinct comments regarding this topic and I will update this article as I receive them. For those wondering what the point is, and why not just use the comments below, there is a very good reason.
What Others Are Saying About Alyce LaViolette And Her Domestic Violence Testimony In The Jodi Arias Trial
“Alyce LaViolette, The extensive data collected from non-advocacy researchers from around the western world show beyond any doubt and to the level of indisputability that domestic violence of the “real” kind is equally perpetrated by both females and males. “Real” domestic violence is defined as violence in the home where striking, hitting, kicking, punching, beating with objects, throwing objects, and biting are involved.
This is absolutely the case in Australia and New Zealand where I have studied domestic violence extensively over a long period of time.
The politicized extended definition of Domestic Violence which includes such events as shouting, name calling, withholding money, refusing to talk, withholding sex, pressuring for sex, etc. are clearly forms of Domestic Violence perpetrated primarily by women against the men in their relationships. However men rarely report such forms of Domestic Violence to authorities, but women frequently do. The reason for this, from my research, men are not taken seriously when they report such “violence” but women definitely are.
My research shows and my personal experience indicates the Domestic Violence industry is unsympathetic to the plight of males in western culture and make no pretense of treating them with disdain, whilst women are provided with the full backing of the state and actively encouraged to report and pursue their allegations.”
“Alyce LaViolette, your testimony in the Jodi Arias trial shows the public that Domestic Violence researchers, statisticians, book writers, and others actually need violence to exist so that peple like you can make a living, and that you seem to enjoy false allegations because they help inflate data sent to Congress all to get an even more prize in the way of VAWA money. Your testimony has the effect of now casting a doubt over ALL Domestic Violence cases and could have a negative impact on cases of evidence based violence.”
I am not a father or even a man. I am a mother of a beautiful 18 year old boy and was as outraged by Alyce LaViolette’s testimony as all of you are. And I say this as someone who has over 15 years in volunteer service working in a woman’s crisis support shelter. Yes Of course everyone abhors the insidious nature of Abuse. But to use it in as clear a jaded and opportunistic way as LaViolette did is to betray true victims everywhere, man, woman or child.
I was outraged by LaViolette’s testimony for three very important reasons:
1) Her arrogance at assuming she could perform a psychological autopsy on a man who never had the ability to defend himself.
2) Ms. LaViolette’s stunning use of blatant ‘double standards’. She testified ad nauseum to the jury of the importance of understanding CONTEXT when it came to explaining away and forgiving Jodi Arias’ bad behavior, but when condemning and attempting to crucify Travis Alexander’s bad behavior (only 3 angry texts in which bad language was used out of a total of some 80,000 plus messages between them that showed Travis Did NOT hv a habit of calling Jodi Arias names or being unkind) suddenly CONTEXT was of no importance in Ms LaViolette’s world view. This is disingenuous and worse, it’s manipulative.
3) As a person that is educated on issues related to Domestic Violence- I found it nothing short of shocking that a self described ‘expert’ would be so willing to be intellectually dishonest on the very topic they purport to be an expert on- in order to ‘win’ a case or to help argue a defense position that is simply untenable . When Alyce LaViolette looked into the jurors eyes after being asked the question about why is it so hard for Alyce to believe Travis wasn’t stalked or fearful of Jodi simply because he never reported the stalking or because he continued to have Sex with her when the same could be said of Jodi continuing to have sex with Travis even though she claims he abused her – and yet Alyce DOES believe that contention. I feel Alyce LaViolette LIED to the jury when she told them that stalking is very different from abuse. She told that jury that stalking victims always report because it’s a much higher level of ‘scary’ for the victim.
I feel Ms Laviolette KNOWS this is an untruth. There is no way I believe that any expert is that uninformed of what the research says, particularly as it relates to Intimate Partner Stalking, the category to which Arias and Alexander would obviously fall into.
Research states that only 50% of Intimate Stalking Victims report their lovers or spouse’s stalking behavior to the authorities. Of those, a full HALF state that the stalking behavior went on a full year prior to their reporting.
It’s an impossibility for Alyce LaViolette to be ignorant regarding such research, especially as an ‘expert’ she insists she is. No, this was a lie that she thought she could get away with and I’m deeply disturbed that people like her are out there causing deep skepticism toward very real claims of abuse that need to be believed. I feel she is dangerous.
But the good news is that VERY FEW people believed her attempts at manipulating the justice system. Shame on Alyce LaViolette.
About The Author
stompkinsnc is a blogger and shared parenting advocate in North Carolina who works with non-custodial families as they work to bring about comprehensive family law reform which moves this industry from one of gender and sexual politics to one of true best interest of children to have both parents and extended families.