Behind the Movie


A passionate father goes on a journey to expose the corrupt family justice system in America.This hard hitting documentary investigates why a system meant to protect our children ends up hurting everyone involved.

Director's Note

Casualties of W.A.R (Warriors Against the Regime) is a documentary that I was put on earth to deliver. This has taken my life into a completely different direction from where I was headed. I served my country in the United States Marines and I am a two time world champion boxer. I have practically been fighting all of my life, but this battle that we are losing in the family law courts in America is by far the hardest! I had no idea that family law in America was so corrupt! However, that changed as soon as the divorce from my ex-wife began. I was accused of false sexual and physical allegations, I was asked to pay astronomical amounts of child support and I was alienated from my son. That’s when my journey began. I starting traveling across the country meeting all sorts of people that were negatively affected by the corruption in the family law courts in America! I be- gan to look for help! Searching the internet for various fathers’ groups I ran across The Fathers’ Rights Movement (TFRM) and this Documentary was organically born. Through a series of intimate interviews this film shows the perspectives and gives a voice to the parents who were silenced by the corrupt business of family law in America, the children of divorce or break ups, grand parents, the doctors, lawyers, therapist, attorneys, friends, MURDERS, etc… Clearly showing why family law in America is a thriving business! That has no interest in the best interest of the child but absolutely has an interest in making an interest off of the child!


Casualties of W.A.R. (Warriors Against the Regime) is a documentary about parental alienation and corruption in the family law courts across America! Through a series of intimate interviews and live coverage of different events, marches, protest, court proceedings, Presidential campaigns and more this film shows the full spectrum. With testimonies from the average hard working everyday individuals all the way up to some A list celebrities and athletes like the National Basketball Association 1995 1st round draft pick Joe Smith, as he talks about the years of alienation he’s suffered along with the hundreds of thousands of dollars he has been forced to shell out. We also hear from a former Olympian and one of the greatest professional boxers of all time, Roy Jones Jr., as we visited his home in Florida. There is no gender bias at all when it comes to corruption in family law. We also hear the voices and see the faces of some women that have been alienated from their children for years! Some parents have been unjustly jailed repeatedly. Some even doing prison time and one being arrested over 70 times and we hear from them as well. Although it’s the parents that divorce or break up and they do suffer as a result, it is the children that suffer the most. We interviewed some children and they had no problem sharing the nightmares they have had to endure. Some grew up to become lawyers, some are murders and some at-tempted or successfully committed suicide!

This film shows how a system built to help protect children has become a 50 billion dollar a year industry that tears families apart. This film will expose the corruption, i.e. Title IV D & E of the Social Security Act are just two examples of how the states have incentives to tear families apart. This film will rase awareness to this ubiquitous problem and hopefully will be the catalyst for changing the laws in family court!

Cast & Crew

Philly slim’s two songs the voice on the battle
Critical past footage civil rights 1963
Restoring Freedom 2016
CJ Abernathey
Joe Jensen
Brian Lee
Kash Jackson
Michael Gilligan
Mama Kash
Disgusted Dads
Yahya McClain
Thomas Fidler Founder of
Devin Pittman
Dave Slotter
Joe Smith
Associated press footage of Otis Tyrone McKane and San Antonio police officers

Dean Tong
Zahir Raheem
Nelson L Moody
Cleland James
Tremell Davis
Harris Norwood
Neil Shelton
Dr. Carlos Rivera
Mystery woman
Roy Jones Jr.
John Emil D’Angelo
Aaron Ace Moore
Attorney Melissa Isaak
Senator Gary Johnson
Ted Taupier
Sara Taupier
Gabriel Taupier
Mark Hexum
Kristi Beck
Tammy Foyles
Sandra Padron
Gwendolyn Chubb
Lori Fortin
Greg Owens
Dominic Tomasello
Gary Jacobs

Music Videos
The Battle Featuring Philly Slimm and
“Sorry” by Krue, Featuring Krue!
Hold on Philly Slimm featuring Bridgette Lee
Mark Hexum
Henry stokes
Terrence Taylor
Art Powell
Michael Gearhart