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Fathers 4 Justice added: "It is a monstrous sham, a bureaucratic exercise in improving the efficiency of injustice.
Three members of New Fathers 4 Justice climbed on to the roof of the office in Witney, Oxfordshire, dressed as superheroes yesterday.
Starmore, Welsh branch secretary for New Fathers 4 Justice, had a list of targets written in his diary.
He defended the decision of Real Fathers for Justice to continue the campaigns while the original Fathers 4 Justice disbanded in January.
AN OFFSHOOT of controversial campaign group Fathers 4 Justice is to launch itself as a political party in Liverpool this week.
SOME goon from the Real Fathers 4 Justice threw an egg over Education Secretary Ruth Kelly this week.
In the past, the Fathers 4 Justice group has staged several high-profile publicity stunts, including a campaigner dressed as Batman scaling Buckingham Palace and another protestor hurling purple powder at Blair while he addressed parliament in the House of Commons.
Fathers 4 Justice founder Matt O'Connor felt that he had no choice but to disband an organisation that was formed originally, with all good intentions, to highlight the plight of hundreds of men facing a life without their kids because their former partner didn't want them to see them, irrespective of any mediation proposed.