Prominent Jewellry Designer Has Husband’s Suicide Note Expunged
Utterly defeated by the Masonic-controlled family court system,
Christopher Mackney, 45, committed suicide Dec 29, 2013
in Washington DC.
Dina Mackney who Christopher says drove him to suicide,
now pursues him beyond the grave. She seeks to have his suicide note
removed from over three dozen websites around the world.
by MB and Henry Makow Ph.D.
Christopher Mackney, a successful real estate agent, destroyed by his wife and blocked by family courts from seeing his children after divorce commits suicide. His ex-wife, prominent jewelry designer Dina Mackney (nee Scarmardo) aided by lawyer Rachelle E. Hill of the firm Bean, Kinney & Korman, seeks to have her husband’s suicide note removed from web-sites from around the world. She has been supported by her father Pete Scarmodo who Mackney’s suicide note describes as very dangerous.
Dina Mackney (on the left) is the owner of a prominent upscale jewelry design business.
Her products are available at Nordstroms. Her jewelry is worn by celebrities including: Oprah Winfrey, Kate Hudson, Téa Leoni, Norah O’Donnell of CBS This Morning, and musician Grace Potter.
Henrymakow.com was forced to remove the article because Dina Mackney has a court order and was my threatening the service provider. I reasoned that most people have read the letter by now. However I fully support Paul Elam for refusing to retract Christopher’s suicide letter and vowing to fight to the end to keep the note displayed. Paul Elam writes:
“It really does cause me a lot of concern, like I’ve always had for the society that we live in, that we can have somebody who’s just being totally destroyed, I mean out in the open everything taken…his livelihood taken, his property, his children, his self respect…everything, and on top of that coming to get his freedom. Because once they took his job, once they impoverished him he couldn’t pay child support. And you can feel the flavour of him not wanting to be in jail after a productive life of a professional life. …That’s why I’m willing to fight this…that somebody has to. I mean the guy was right…when good men do nothing evil flourishes. …He [dead man – Chris Mackney] had nobody to turn to, nobody for anything in a culture that just stands by and watches this like it is supposed to be happening…” .
The note contains an outline of how systematically one family court routinely dealt with one lone man.
My identity was taken from me, as result of this process. When it began, I was a commercial real estate broker with CB Richard Ellis. I lived by the Golden rule and made a living by bringing parties together and finding the common ground. My reputation as a broker was built on my honesty and integrity. When it ended, I was broke, homeless, unemployed and had no visitation with my own children.
I had no confidence and was paralyzed with fear that I would be going to jail whenever my ex-wife wanted. Nothing I could say or do would stop it. This is what being to death or ‘targeted’ by a psychopath looks like. This is the outcome. I didn’t somehow change into a ‘high-conflict’ person or lose my ability to steer clear of the law. I’ve had never been arrested, depressed, homeless or suicidal before this process. The stress and pressure applied to me was deliberate and nothing I could do or say would get me any relief. Nothing I or my attorneys said to my ex-wife’s attorney or to the Court made any difference. Truth, facts, evidence or even the best interest of my children had no affect on the outcome.
The family court system is broken, but from my experience, it is not the laws, its the lawyers. They feed off of the conflict. They are not hired to reduce conflict or protect the best interest of children, which is why third parties need to be involved. It should be mandatory for children to have a guardian ad litem, with extensive training in abuse and aggression.
It is absolutely shameful that the Fairfax County Court did nothing to intervene or understand the ongoing conflict. Judge Randy Bellows also used the Children as punishment, by withholding access for failing to fax a receipt. The entire conflict centered around the denial of access to the children, it was inconceivable to me that he would use children like this. This is exactly what my ex-wife was doing and now Judge Bellows was doing it for her.
As of Dec. 29, 2013 Chris no longer exists. One of the more lasting remnants of his memory lies within a suicide note. A note which described how the family court favored contemporary political expediency over the best interests of his children.