Tiny Texas community thrust into U.S.-Russian adoption debate

The Star
Thursday 21st February, 2013

GARDENDALE, Texas (Reuters) – The sand-coloured brick house with a red roof sits off a gravel road surrounded by farmland and oil fields in a tiny west Texas community thrust into a raging international debate over the death of a boy adopted from Russia. It was in the backyard of this single-story house where Texas officials say 3-year-old Max Shatto was last seen alive on January 21, and authorities are still trying to piece together exactly how he died that day. His adoptive mother says she found him unresponsive in the backyard and he was whisked away to the hospital where he died. Thousand…

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