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America has finally legalised kidnapping – no joke!

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Please. Tweet the following, and see if we can get this poor kid back to her mom

http://tinyurl.com/ckfeark #Call4ActionAgainstAmerica #AmericaLegalisesKidnapping #RescueAnyeliHernandezRodriguez

It is absolutely disgusting that, with this move, America has legalised kidnapping.

I’ve also sent the following message to Madeleine McCann’s parents, since this impacts them too.

I sincerely hope your kid is found in a Hague country, otherwise you could very well end up facing http://tinyurl.com/ckfeark yourself.

Please, help this mother get her own child back, while also gaining support for the hunt for your own child.

Action needs to be called for against America who have, with this move, legalised the kidnapping of children.

Please, for this child and her mother – and possibly yourselves if your daughter is discovered somewhere the UK doesn’t share an agreement with – use your contacts to point out horrific America’s legalisation of kidnapping is.

Have just tweeted the following:

http://tinyurl.com/ckfeark #Call4ActionAgainstAmerica #AmericaLegalisesKidnapping #RescueAnyeliHernandezRodriguez

Please retweet.

Found @ Fox 4 News

Missouri Couple to Keep Allegedly Kidnapped Child
Posted on: 8:49 am, May 15, 2012, by Jason M. Vaughn, updated on: 12:39pm, May 15, 2012

LIBERTY, Mo. — A Missouri couple will not be forced by U.S. officials to return a girl adopted from Guatemala in 2008, despite evidence that the girl was kidnapped from her birth mother by a child trafficking ring, Guatemalan officials said on Monday.

Timothy and Jennifer Monahan of Liberty adopted the then-four-year-old girl in 2008. The child was kidnapped from her mother in the small Guatemalan town of San Miguel Petapa in November of 2006.

According to a Guatemalan official citing a diplomatic cable from the U.S. State Department, the couple will not be forced by the U.S. to return the child to her mother because neither the U.S. nor Guatemala had signed Hague Abduction Convention — a treaty regarding international kidnapping — at the time of the kidnapping.

The two nations signed the agreement in January 2008.

Last August, a Guatemalan judge ruled that there was no evidence that the Monahans had any knowledge of the trafficking ring or of any illegal activity.

According to the Associated Press, the child — Anyeli Hernandez Rodriguez — was born Oct. 1, 2004, the second child of Loyda Rodriguez, a housewife, and her bricklayer husband, Dayner Orlando Hernandez.

The girl disappeared Nov. 3, 2006, as Rodriguez was distracted while opening the door to their house in a working class suburb, San Miguel Petapa. The AP reports that she turned to see a woman whisk the girl, then 2 years old, away in a taxi.

Rodriguez spent over a year at an adoption agency before being adopted by the Monahans, the AP reports.

When contacted by FOX 4 last August, the Monahan’s left a note on their home which read, “Please respect our privacy at this time.”

Problems with child trafficking has caused the U.S. State Department to put a stop on all adoptions from Guatemala.

Please help stop America doing this. Thank you.



 
UPDATING to include links as I trip over ’em.

May 15, 2012
Anyeli Hernandez Rodriguez, Girl Allegedly Kidnapped And Adopted, Will Not Return To Guatemala

May 16, 2012
Guatemalan Mother to Ask US Court to Return Adopted Daughter

May 17, 2012
Kidnapped in Guatemala, ‘adopted’ in America

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Written by 7rin

Tue, 15 May, 2012 at 9:47 pm

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  1. Reblogged this on canadianbanishedmother.

    vampporcupine

    Tue, 15 May, 2012 at 11:10 pm

  2. A complete and utter failure of the US Justice system predicated solely on the vague notion that more money means better life.

    When this young lady learns what was done to her by people claiming to love her, she’ll be furious.

    emelks

    Sun, 2 September, 2012 at 8:07 am


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