A hearing date has been set for an American lady who shipped her adopted Russian son behind to Moscow with no some-more than a note, observant she didn’t wish him anymore.
In Apr 2010, Torry Hansen placed a 7-year aged child on a transatlantic moody all by himself, claiming he had psychological problems.
Hansen is being sued for child support by adoption group World Association for Children and Parents, with a hearing set for Mar 27. Judge F. Lee Russell systematic a hearing to be open to a media, notwithstanding a defense’s defence to do otherwise.
No rapist charges opposite Hansen have been pressed.
The boy, Artyom Savelyev, stays in Russia where he’s receiving veteran caring during a special children’s encampment complex.
The occurrence sparked snub internationally, and led to new adoption manners between a US and Russia.
THE COMMENT FINE PRINT - IN DEFENSE AGAINST MENTAL MIDGETS:Why do you not respond to my comment? Why is my comment gone? Why are you mean? Why do I hate you for erasing my comment? Why do you hate me for my comment? Why is cussing not allowed (Sometimes you do it - sorta!), when it helps me express my feelings? Why are you a #$&%@#? Why is it wrong to wish you dead? Why do you love Russia? Why are you stupid? Why are you unpatriotic? Why is, why is, why is and why is? My GOD man, Why are you worse than a communist?
The above manifestations of a horde of mental midgets is why I only respond to comments that have signed up to be a user of the blog! (Top right of website is link!) Anyone can comment and anyone can be erased after they comment, but only someone who takes the time to sign up gets a second look from me at the comment. Sorry: I have to draw the line somewhere and when you get thousands of spam, hate and death threat comments a day, then all you do is look at spam, hate and death threats, then I never get anything else done. If you comment after signing in, then I will get a message that someone has tried to post a real comment?
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