Julio Iglesias deemed to be father b/c he refused DNA test

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    TaxGuy
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    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/spanish-court-rules-julio-iglesias-094153762.html

    Women don’t need a man to take a DNA test, they just write his name on the birth certificate and then he is the father (guilty until proven innocent). But refusing to take a DNA test if you are man, well that proves you are the father (guilty until proven innocent). DNA, no DNA, you are the father. The one constant here, if she wants you to be the father, then you are the father. Guilty until proven innocent.

    “Iglesias, 75, has sold more than 300 million records in 14 languages, making him the best-selling Latin artist ever. He turned to singing after a car accident in 1963 that ended his burgeoning career as a soccer player.” I’m sure that part is just a coincidence…..

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    Secret Agent MGTOW
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    I’d take the test and then countersue the sh1t out of the money-grubbing khunt.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

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    The man is 43, damn dude are you so insecure that you need to hear Iglesias is your bio father.

    mgtow is its own worst enemy- https://www.campusreform.org/

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    Buller100
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    Just after money , the kid looks like him… well man looks like him.

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    Secret Agent MGTOW
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    His lawyer is right though. He’s deemed a father not because of any objective evidence, but solely on the fact he didn’t take a dna test.

    I think that is an incredible lack of judicial thought to rule this way.

    I mean consider that the very same courts deny men paternity tests to prove they are not fathers, and also the very same courts that ignore genetic proof of dna tests that prove men are not fathers to kids but still demand they pay for kids that are not theirs.

    I seriously hope all these corrupt judges and shyster lawyers burn in hell forever for their predetermined mindsets to deliberately destroy men.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

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    Monk
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    DNA, no DNA, you are the father. The one constant here, if she wants you to be the father, then you are the father. Guilty until proven innocent.

    Vasectomy for the win.

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    Warfish
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    His lawyer is right though. He’s deemed a father not because of any objective evidence, but solely on the fact he didn’t take a dna test.

    Since he is going to be legally named the father anyway, no repercussions for taking the DNA test….

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    Mr. Spock
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    Vasectomy for the win.

    The way things are going in this world, I’m not sure that a vasectomy is the silver bullet it once was.

    Women will make excuses for Chads and rules for Betas. Be a rebel and go your own way.

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    His lawyer is right though. He’s deemed a father not because of any objective evidence, but solely on the fact he didn’t take a dna test.

    Right. I was always taught that taxes were the one place where you were guilty until proven innocent. When the IRS makes an adjustment, the burden of proof is on the taxpayer to prove the IRS wrong.

    But apparently that’s not true. It’s the IRS and family court. IF you’re a man.

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    Narwhal
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    Reading the comments, I’m amazed at the volume of people who believe the judge made the right call on this. This theory that only the guilty refuse to provide evidence to exonerate themselves is just trash.

    BTW, why does this even matter. The assumption would be money, but at age 43, there’s no child support. Back child support? As far as inheritance goes, I’m sure Iglesia can make sure he’s not in the will. What’s to gain by all this?

    Ok. Then do it.

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    Mr. Spock
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    Reading the comments, I’m amazed at the volume of people who believe the judge made the right call on this. This theory that only the guilty refuse to provide evidence to exonerate themselves is just trash.
    BTW, why does this even matter. The assumption would be money, but at age 43, there’s no child support. Back child support? As far as inheritance goes, I’m sure Iglesia can make sure he’s not in the will. What’s to gain by all this?

    Setting precedence. The ruling will be used to justify future rulings of similar nature. At some point they will require the man to pay for the test to be administered or else, you pay support for a child that may not be yours. At that point a woman could target ANY man and he must comply and pay for the DNA test or they will automatically rule that it’s his. The effects of this would be devastating for men in the military or prison system.

    Women will make excuses for Chads and rules for Betas. Be a rebel and go your own way.

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    Secret Agent MGTOW
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    Reading the comments, I’m amazed at the volume of people who believe the judge made the right call on this. This theory that only the guilty refuse to provide evidence to exonerate themselves is just trash.BTW, why does this even matter. The assumption would be money, but at age 43, there’s no child support. Back child support? As far as inheritance goes, I’m sure Iglesia can make sure he’s not in the will. What’s to gain by all this?

    Setting precedence. The ruling will be used to justify future rulings of similar nature. At some point they will require the man to pay for the test to be administered or else, you pay support for a child that may not be yours. At that point a woman could target ANY man and he must comply and pay for the DNA test or they will automatically rule that it’s his. The effects of this would be devastating for men in the military or prison system.

    This is basically forming another type of prison system. Yet another way to extort money from any man a woman wants to target.

    Women want everything, but want responsibility and accountability for nothing.

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    Wraith
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    Right. I was always taught that taxes were the one place where you were guilty until proven innocent. When the IRS makes an adjustment, the burden of proof is on the taxpayer to prove the IRS wrong.
    But apparently that’s not true. It’s the IRS and family court. IF you’re a man.

    Great point, and we should use it to spread awareness whenever talking about the concept of assumed guilt. “It’s like an IRS audit or being a man in family court: you’re presumed guilty.”

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    I’m the first person to denounce paternity fraud, and I can’t stand when people try to trivialize it or presume the man’s guilt. But in fairness, this case isn’t just a matter of presumed paternity because the mother said so. I looked up other articles and found that this Yahoo article leaves out relevant details. This matter has been in litigation for three decades. There was previous DNA evidence taken from a water bottle that indicated Iglesias was Sanchez’s father, but apparently it didn’t meet the court’s standards for DNA proof. This most recent ruling can be appealed. It can’t be said that Iglesias hasn’t had his day in court, and at three decades it’s hard to claim presumed guilt. It’s reasonable to ask why Iglesias wouldn’t put it to rest with a court-approved DNA test if he isn’t the father. At this point, his refusal to do that looks suspicious.

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