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My father, Mike Rinder, in 2007 up and left. Just fully 100% deserted our family and my brother, my mom, his family, his mother, his brother, sister that all live in Australia and he left. So we go to see him in Florida. His brother came from Australia.


We went to reconcile this as a family. We get there and he had no interest in talking to us. As a matter of fact, the first thing I know, he’s on my mom, screaming at her, screaming profanities, yelling at her, “You b-i-t-c-h!” And with such hatred.


I remember very vividly standing there and seeing it and thinking to myself: “He wants to hurt her, he wants to hurt her. He hates her more than anything in the whole world.” And that’s what came across. And he then was grabbing her arms while he was in this rage. And he was holding onto her arms and he was cracking her shoulder and causing her flesh wounds and damage and nerve damage and injuring her for life. It is hard to think about it today, years later, because that picture doesn’t go out of your mind—watching my father, Mike Rinder, assaulting my mother.


She is damaged for life because of Mike Rinder.


And now life entails working around that pain and helping my mom be as happy and as physically well as she can be considering the circumstances of the permanent damage.


Her pain haunts me every single day. And I want that to end. I want her pain to end.


And I want the support of Mike Rinder to end. I want him to take responsibility for what he did and stop denying the damage he caused and what pain he inflicted on this other human being.


Thank you for your continued support. It makes a difference.


This is Taryn with justice4mom.

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There’s definitely no question about the domestic abuse and the fact that Mike Rinder violently attacked my mother. That’s not even a question. That’s what happened. But harassment is his stock in trade. And he refuses to admit the truth. And this classifies him, by that, as a denier of his own actions.



Mike Rinder reinvents history. The attack on my mother—the gouged flesh, the broken shoulder, the damaged nerves, pain for life—that gets rewritten to be his story, his reputation, what is going to forward his maybe money flow. I don’t know what it is, but everything’s twisted to fit into his story and that’s it. It doesn’t matter what the real story is.

That is why I started speaking up about it, helping other people, going to different rallies and marathons where the proceeds go to women who have been domestically abused, helping out nonprofits that were in the same vein, helping women and children who had been displaced or didn’t have a place to go because of domestic violence.

I was standing there when Mike Rinder attacked my mother and I saw him hurt her. He didn’t care. I saw him with his hands on her body, with such pressure or strength or whatever, I mean, she’s just barely 100 pounds, he’s definitely bigger than her and he’s putting pressure on her to the point where he cracks her shoulder. He doesn’t care. He continues to harass her, the victim.

This is Mike Rinder pretending it never happened and that’s when I said, good, I have to do something about that. I have to get the real truth known and that’s justice4mom. And where I sit today is having a campaign that so many people have supported and of course agree with, because it’s bringing to light domestic violence and abuse by not only my father, Mike Rinder, but anybody else and, you know, working to put an end to that.

So it wasn’t until I actually started speaking out, helping others, participating in other similar initiatives, doing all those things that I felt like I was really doing something about what happened to my mother and honoring my mother—actually doing something to get justice for her. And I don’t mean only for her but for anybody that might have had domestic abuse but definitely very specifically because of my father, Mike Rinder, abusing her.

I felt I have got to do something to get this known and to get the truth out there, because he’s being let to give his lies on various platforms and to lie about what happened and to twist it into that my mom, who’s the victim, is the person that’s wrong and he’s right and that’s just the bottom line.

So that is where my justice4mom started and what it will still continue to be because I will continue to help others.


I will continue to tell the truth about Mike Rinder and his hateful attitude towards people.

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I have a father, Mike Rinder, who animalistically attacked my mother in a domestic violence situation, and he caused her damage for life. He caused her to be in pain every single day of her life and to have to go through surgery to try to live a sort of normal life—a life that is not in complete and utter pain every day.

But permanently damaging my mother and causing that physical pain wasn’t enough for Mike Rinder. He now has to and does continue to, on a daily basis, spread hate and harass our family, my mother, my brother and my father’s siblings. That is Mike Rinder.

Not only is the pain real but now my father tries to inflict emotional pain on my mother as well, denying what he did to her and trying to make it look like she is imagining it. That is why I have the medical reports with me. The paramedic report says the victim “was grabbed forcefully by husband.” It says "unarmed assault." "Husband forcefully grabbed her by the arm." That’s what happened.

Her arm was infected, blistered and there were finger marks from the pressure that Mike Rinder was putting on her and how much pressure, pain and flesh damage was done to her body. And then the x-rays showed her shoulder was cracked. It’s not a matter of opinion. It is science—medical science. Those are the facts.

And that is why I want to end abusers spreading hate or harassing their victims even more after they’ve already physically abused them. It’s like pouring salt in the wound. I have watched it with my mom and I am unwilling for other women to experience this emotional pain after the physical pain. I think it’s disgusting.

And I’ve seen my mom go through it with my father who physically attacked and harmed her. To now have him be allowed by various platforms to spread hate about that and make fun of her and make less of the situation—that is unconscionable.


My mom is injured for life. We have a woman that has been abused by her husband and he’s being let to get away with pooh-poohing that. So I feel very strongly about it and I think it needs to be taken up. And the people supporting him need to not support that. And by supporting him, you’re supporting that.

I appreciate all your care and attention. And to all the people out there that are supporting me and support the ending-domestic-violence community, thank you. We don’t want domestic violence. And we don’t want domestic abuse.

Stay safe and stay healthy and happy. This is Taryn with justice4mom.

Domestic violence is its own pandemic.

Expose the truth.

justice4mom.org

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