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					 1   Walter Burien, Jr.
 2   P.O. Box 31121
 3   Mesa, Arizona 85275
 4   Tel. 1(520) 445-3532
 5                                               IN SUPERIOR COURT
 6                            IN YAVAPAI COUNTY, FOR THE STATE OF ARIZONA
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 8   WALTER J. BURIEN, JR. and,                             CASE NO. JD 20010024
 9   THE REAL PARTY OF INTEREST;
10   Allyson Arrowwood (Burien)                           REQUEST FOR SIGNED ORDER OF
11                          PETITIONER,                    THE COURT AFFIRMING THE COURT’S
12                                                           OWN ORDERS DIRECTING THE MESA
13           and                                            CPS OFFICE TO CONDUCT AN IN-HOME
14   STATE OF ARIZONA, Department of                        CHECK OF FATHER’S RESIDENCE AND
15   Economic Security,                                      PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING OF FATHER
16                      RESPONDENT,                                            and ORDER
17                                                      The Honorable Judge – RICHARD ANDERSON

18   COMES NOW, Walter J. Burien, Jr., requesting ORDERS of the court for the following good cause:

19           1. Coming forth from the hearing of 08/30/01, held before the court in this matter, it was agreed to, and
20   ordered by the court that the Mesa, Arizona office of CPS, located at 225 Main St., Mesa, Arizona was to
21   conduct a in-home check of the Father’s residence, and also conduct a psychological evaluation of the father,
22   Walter J. Burien, Jr. as soon as possible. The court acknowledged the father’s request that his Mesa, Arizona
23   residence was to be held strictly confidential by the Mesa office of CPS. Attached and marked PETITIONER’S
24   EXHIBIT “A” [1 page] is a communication delivered to, and signed by the Supervisor of the day, Mesa, Arizona
25   CPS office dated 08/31/01

26           2. The Prescott office of CPS should not conduct a home evaluation or psychological testing of the father.
27   Petitioner for the last five years has witnessed many individuals come forward to the Prescott office of CPS
28   reporting the severe abuse that his daughter was subjected too at the hands of the mother, Robin Arrowwood.
29   Petitioner is aware of at least 12 reports submitted to the Prescott office of CPS over this five year time period.
30   The Prescott CPS office did not remove the child until recently, at and upon the near death of the mother from an

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 1   amphetamine overdose on August 8th 2001, and after a mentally disabled individual known to the Prescott office
 2   of CPS, on 08/17/01, refused to further take care of the children, only then did the Prescott CPS office take their
 3   dependency action.

 4   a.      Petitioner personally requested of the Prescott CPS office on several occasions, in 1996, 1997, and
 5           1998, to intervene to stop the abuse of his daughter at the hands of Robin Arrowwood and others. The
 6           abuse of Petitioner’s daughter was allowed to continue by and through the Prescott CPS office lack of
 7           definitive corrective action being taken by them.

 8   b.      For the last two years the child’s attendance at school was sparse, if not non-existent. The Prescott office
 9           of CPS, was aware of this and allowed the child’s development to be impaired.

10   c.      Petitioner has requested of the Office of the Attorney General for a complete investigation of political
11           corruption evidenced over five years taking place in Yavapai County, of which the Prescott CPS office is
12           one focus of the requested investigation. A severe conflict of interest exist with the Prescott CPS’s office
13           having any involvement with a home check or psychological check of this father. It is the father’s
14           contention that the Prescott CPS office will use both the home check and psychological check of the
15           father as a delay tactic to perpetuate their unjust hold on his daughter. Additionally it is this father’s
16           contention that the Prescott CPS office will maneuver to select individuals to conduct said checks that
17           may cooperate with generating contrived reports that will be detrimental to the father being promptly
18           reunited with his daughter. Allowing this to happen would be a continuation of the detriment this child has
19           already suffered and continues to suffer under different circumstances of foster care in the hands of
20           strangers.

21   d.      This dependency action, CASE NO. JD 20010024, was originally submitted and signed by a
22           representative of the Prescott CPS office with the false statements being made that paternity of my
23           daughter was not established, that I was the father of Lindsey Arrowwood, that I had not established
24           domestic relations custody, that I could not be contacted, and that the father of Lindsey Arrowwood,
25           Delbert Ray Arrowwood who died 4 years ago, and paternity for his daughter was established, 11/22/89
26           YAV NO. 52446, was not mentioned and he was listed as a John Doe, without his immediate surviving
27           family residing in Phoenix being notified. Ms. Arrowwood’s heart attack happened on 08/08/01, and


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 1        CPS received a concern complaint at that time. They waited until 8/17/01 to take their dependency
 2        action. I have diligently kept contact with the Prescott CPS office over the last three years, requesting that
 3        if; do to the continued and sever drug abuse of Robin Arrowwood, a dependency action was taken by
 4        the state, that I wished to be notified within 24 hours so that I could move forward in taking custody of
 5        my child. My contact number of 520 445-3532 was listed with the Prescott CPS office for over six
 6        years, my mailing address of Box 11444, Prescott, Arizona has been maintained by me for over 10 years
 7        and both my telephone number and mailing address were known to the Prescott CPS office, openly
 8        shown numerous times in their case files per Robin Arrowwood. The false facts as listed within the
 9        original dependency action were done knowingly, willingly, and intentionally by the Prescott CPS office,
10        in light of my continued contact with their office and or any due diligence being exercised on their part. I
11        would not have known about the dependency action if it were not for a courtesy call I received from CPS
12        caseworker Merle Carver, who contacted me on 08/22/01. I then made contact that day with CPS
13        caseworker Lance Putz and Supervisor David Dumoch. If it had not been for the courtesy call I received
14        from Mr. Carver, a CPS case worker not assigned to this dependency action, I would not have know the
15        dependency action existed, and the false statements presented to the court by the Prescott office of CPS
16        would have gone unchallenged. It is also noted by this father that Judge William T. Kiger signed the
17        original dependency action of CPS. Judge Kiger, being the last presiding Judge of 4 years over, Yav
18        DO. 95-0538, and he is well familiar with the name Robin Arrowwood and Walter Burien, as well as the
19        facts, as now know by the court, Division 1, as being falsely presented by the Prescott office of CPS in
20        their original dependency action, and yet he still signed that order knowing that what was presented by the
21        Prescott CPS office of CPS, relevant to the father of Allyson were false. Saying that Judge Kiger did not
22        read that document that he signed would be the only explanation that he did not openly participate with
23        these false statements presented by the Prescott office of CPS, with said participation being done
24        knowingly, willingly, and intentionally by him.

25   e.   On August 23rd 2001, this father reinstated Maricopa Superior Court action DR 97-20762, and filed a
26        NOTICE OF REINSTATEMENT, PETITION FOR ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE EMERGENCY
27        CHANGE OF CUSTODY and AFFIDAVIT in support thereof; ATTACHED and marked
28        PETITIONER’S EXHIBIT “B” [25 pages] This action was declined to be heard by the assigned Judge




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 1        to that case on that day, and Petitioner subsequently has pursued involvement with JD 20010024,
 2        Division 1, Yavapai Superior Court and has not pursued Maricopa DR 97-20762.

 3   f.   Dated August 24th 2001, this father served a Notice of Administrative Demand, with the Arizona
 4        Attorney General’s Office and Governor Jane D. Hull, representing the State of Arizona. Both the
 5        Attorney Generals Office and Governor Hull’s office were contacted 4 years ago by this father and others
 6        requesting assistance / intervention in stopping the abuse of this father’s daughter Allyson in the Hands of
 7        Robin Arrowwood and others; and is herein attached with certificate of service by D.A.L.S. process
 8        servers of Mesa, Arizona, and is attached marked PETITIONER’S EXHIBIT “C” [6 pages].

 9   g.   From, and at the court hearing in this dependency matter held on 08/30/01, the court at the request of the
10        father stated that the Mesa, Arizona CPS office, located at 225 Main St., Mesa, Arizona would be
11        ordered by the court to conduct a home study of the father’s residence, and conduct a physiological
12        testing of the father. Additionally, it was stated and agreed by the court that the Mesa, CPS office would
13        hold the father’s residence in confidence for the exclusive use of the Mesa CPS office and the results of
14        testing would be reported back directly to the court.

15   h.   Petitioner in the evening of 08/31/01 spoke with a supervisor of the Mesa CPS office, and was informed
16        by this supervisor that the Prescott office of CPS was moving forward with arranging for an in-home
17        check and the psychological testing excluding the Mesa CPS office from direction or involvement. This
18        father’s fears and concerns were thus confirmed and in the process of materializing after hearing the
19        statements made to him by the Mesa CPS supervisor.

20   i.   The Mesa CPS office was ready to conduct the home check of the father’s residence on 08/31/01, if the
21        court had provided this father with a signed order of the court, and they would have scheduled a
22        psychological evaluation to take place within the following week, conducted by one of their many
23        psychologists that they use and that are located in Mesa.

24   j.   Petitioner is cooperating with conducting this home-check and physiological testing, even though the
25        requests on the part of the state are groundless and need for both are contrary to facts, affidavits, and
26        testimony given over a period of six years, Yavapai case DO 95-0538.



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 1   k.      With a signed order of the court directing the Mesa CPS office to conduct these tests, the
 2           results will be in the hands of the court probably within 7 to 10 days after this order of the court
 3           is received by the Mesa CPS office. This would be in the best interests of the child, the
 4           interests of justice, and the appearance of unbiased testing results, being provided back to the
 5           court at the direction of the Mesa CPS office.

 6   l.      In the probable event the child is promptly reunited to reside with her father and sibling brother at their
 7           Mesa residence, the Mesa CPS office will be the office overseeing any further home checks in the child’s
 8           interests.

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10        PETITIONER THEREFORE REQUESTS for good cause THAT THE COURT;

11   1.      By signed order of the court, Order the Mesa CPS office to conduct a home check of the father’s
12           residence, with the in-home check being conducted no later than Friday, September 7, 2001;

13   2.      That physiological testing of the father be promptly arranged for by the Mesa CPS office, and conducted
14           at the direction of the Mesa CPS office by no latter than Wednesday, September 18, 2001;

15   3.      That the results of both the in-home check and physiological testing of the father be sent directly to the
16           court, Judge Richard Anderson, Div. 1, Camp Verde, Arizona.

17   4.      That the father’s residence address be held in the strictest confidence by the Mesa, Arizona CPS office
18           for their exclusive use and the results of the testing conducted, not disclosing the father’s Mesa, Arizona
19           residence, will be made available to the interested parties of this case upon completion.
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21   RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED this 4th day of September 2001

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24          Walter J. Burien, Jr. Individually and for his daughter (Brenda) Allyson Arrowwood (Burien)

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 2    Original Hand Delivered this 4th day of September 2001 to;
 3   The Clerk of the Yavapai Superior Court, Div. 1, Camp Verde, Arizona, and
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 5   Copies of this original were hand delivered this 4 th day of September 2001 to;
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 7   Susan J. Gebhard, AAG
 8   Office of the Arizona Attorney General
 9   1523 W. Gurley Street
10   Prescott, Arizona, and
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             IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA
                      IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF YAVAPAI
                                  DIVISION 1



WALTER J. BURIEN, JR.,AND
THE REAL PARTY OF INTEREST;
ALLYSON ARROWWOOD (BURIEN)
                                    Case No. JD 20010024
               Petitioner,
      And,
THE STATE OF ARIZONA DEPARTMENT                   ORDER
OF ECONOMIC SECURITY (DES),

               Respondent.


     This matter having come before the              Court,        and       after         due
consideration, and good cause appearing:


IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Mesa, Arizona CPS office is to conduct
a home study check of the father’s residence, with the in-home check
being conducted no later than Friday, September 7, 2001;

That physiological testing of the father, Walter J. Burien, Jr. be
promptly conducted by the Mesa CPS office, and conducted at the
direction of the Mesa CPS office by no latter than Wednesday,
September 18, 2001;

That the results of both the in-home check and physiological testing
of the father be sent directly to the court, Judge Richard Anderson,
Div.1, Camp Verde, Arizona.

That the father’s residence address be held in the strictest
confidence by the Mesa, Arizona CPS office for their exclusive use
and the results of the testing conducted, not disclosing the father’s
Mesa, Arizona residence, will be made available to the interested
parties of this case upon completion.

    Done in open court this        day of September, 2001




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JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT; RICHARD
ANDERSON




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