Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Precedent Set In International Custody Case

A U.S. Congressman says a Brazilian court has ordered a 9-year-old who has lived there for the last five years to be handed over to his father and returned to New Jersey.

U.S. Rep. Chris Smith says a court meeting in a closed session Wednesday in Rio de Janeiro ruled 3-0 that the Sean Goldman should be handed over to his father, David, at a U.S. Embassy on Friday.

Goldman has been trying to have his son returned since his wife took the child to her native Brazil in 2004, saying she's be back in two weeks. She divorced him there, remarried, and then died in childbirth last year.

Her Brazilian husband argued that he should have custody.

A federal court on Wednesday agreed with Goldman that the boy belongs in New Jersey under an international treaty governing cross-border child abductions.

This occurred because of international treaties that demand cooperation in child custody cases...NOW, if the U.S. would just abide by the same treaties regarding kidnapped Guatemalan and Indian children living here.


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Anonymous said...

"...NOW, if the U.S. would just abide by the same treaties regarding kidnapped Guatemalan and Indian children living here."

Exactly. But, that would be admitting that the multi-billion dollar adoption industry is corrupt and needs to be shut down.

The U.S. does not want to lose all that free-flowing money for bay-bees.

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