In any case, if Lisa Miller sought child support, it's pretty dishonest to turn around and try to claim that Janet Jenkins is not legally the parent when a custody decision does not go her way.
The timeline is as follows:
Jenkins was ordered to pay child support on January 14, 2007. Obviously, she didn't have custody at that time.
Jenkins was awarded visitation rights on October 27, 2008 (my link) apparently, the mother did not honor that award.
Therefore, on November 21, 2009: (your link)
And in December of 2009, the (admittedly not bogus) but still inflammatory headline was published:After finding Miller in contempt of court earlier this year for denying Jenkins access to Isabella, Cohen said he decided the only way to ensure the child equal access to both parents was to switch custody.
So, you're right. My link is from before custody was changed. It seems the judge switched custody because the order to allow visitation rights was not honored.Lesbian awarded custody of Christian's only child
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
Once again, I'm glad. If for no other reason, because the father was a Xian.