Petitions are supposed to be like legal briefs, aren’t they? It’s quite difficult to imagine how to make four pages worth of rant (minimum) at the sickly and sour Japanese family courts, and the revulsion inspired by the thick US response into a quick, short, sharp, shock out of clumsy, unpoetic prose – >ZAP!< to … More July 25th 2015 – Petition Draft: To End Child Abductions, Restore Our Children, Reject “Online Video Parenting”, and Stop the Goons!
It is difficult for us as parents of kidnapped children to slog through the murky streams and fouled rivulets with which the U.S. Department of State floods the river of legal and verbal effluvia separating us from our children. Among the strategic difficulties, one was the subject of a significant U.S. Congressional hearing this week … More “Stunning!” Congressional Committee Slams US State Department for Issuing False Report on Japan’s International Child Abductions
June 16, 2015 America’s Abducted Kids Get No Help From Japan A new law was supposed to enlist the State Department in helping to bring the kids back, but Tokyo has talked its way out of cooperating. By N.J. Congressman Chris Smith Wall Street Journal The U.S. State Department last month released its first annual … More Wall Street Journal – Parents of Abducted Children Get No Help in Japan
Last Thursday, June 11, 2015, my old colleague and friend from the Left Behind Parents movement and the BACHome group, Christopher Savoie, gave testimony at last in a Congressional hearing on International Parental Child Abduction. Christopher explained quite clearly that the US Department of State, acting as the Central Authority and the sole US agency … More Five Years Gone