Saturday, July 25, 2009

Edyta Ustaszewski Watkins Uses
Suspended Canadian Passport in Abduction

Edyta ( Ustaszewski ) Watkins Ontario’s Drivers License and Canadian Passport had been suspended on January26, 2009, prior to the abduction, as part of a Provincial Enforcement Action by the Ontario’s Family Responsibility Office (FRO) due to her neglect in paying Child Support for her children. At the time, Edyta Watkins was approximately over $10,000 CDN in Child Support arrears.

Edyta left Canada and entered the U.S. on a Canadian Passport that the Family Responsibility Office (FRO) in Ontario claimed and later verified was suspended on January 26th 2009 (Suspension of Federal Licenses), 42 days prior to the abduction on March 6th, 2009.

Edyta then flew from Rochester, N.Y. and landed in Germany and was admitted on her “suspended” Canadian Passport through German Customs along with the children’s passports which she had testified in court and under oath during trial she did not have.

What is the point of suspending a Canadian Passport through a Provincial Enforcement Measure if it can still be used? Under the Law, you can’t drive your car if your Drivers License is suspended.