Kimberly Bunn-Miller gives an update about her child custody case and release from prison

Melinda Pillsbury-Foster interviews Kimberly Bunn-Miller, who recently spent time in prison after serving Judge Clay M. Smith with two motions to remove her child custody case to the Tribal Court system due to her status as a Native American.

Click here to listen to an excerpt of Kim Miller’s Sep. 20 appearance on the radio show, which aired prior to her arrest and imprisonment.

Visit For Our Children and Justice, a new website that calls for the recall of Family Law Judge Clay M. Smith, not only because of his unfair treatment of Kim Miller, but also for his judicial role in dozens of other cases that were tried in Orange County, California.

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