James ‘Axel’ Wiley, leader of the Boxing Club at the Lamar County Activity Center, could be found outside the county courthouse Tuesday as he protested a year-long suspension of his parental visitation rights.Instead of doing so in a negative manner, his sign drew plenty of positive attention from drivers as they followed its directions.It read: ‘If you love your kidz, honk horn.’’I love my kids and I want them to know I’m fighting for them,’ said Wiley. ‘All I want is a rehearing on this. I have to stand up for my rights to see my children. I refuse to give up.’Wiley, a former foster child who said he can barely read and write, got help in making the sign at the public library after the judgement suspending his weekend and two to three hours a week visitations with Alivia and Caleb, his children.’He didn’t even give me a chance to speak,’ said Wiley as he accepted a piece of paper from a driver giving him the phone number of an attorney.According to Wiley, the judge found that his lodgings with the owner of a chain of tattoo parlors was inappropriate for children.’I really think it’s because I can’t read or write,’ he said.
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