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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Capobiancos can smile all they want, it's not over yet, support for Dusten Brown and his daughter mounting.

Story from Indian country
After a nearly four-year legal battle through the Supreme Court and beyond, on September 23, white South Carolina couple Matt and Melanie Capobianco removed Veronica, 4, from her biological father Dusten Brown, a Cherokee, with whom she has lived with in Nowata, Oklahoma, for the past two-and-a-half years.
Sorrow echoed throughout Indian country for the loss that has devastated a loving father and his tribe, and over what will surely cause Veronica to suffer from homesickness and trauma, child experts say.

Throughout the trials the Capobiancos, the pre-adoptive couple, have relied on a high-profile public relations firm to exploit the media to support their fight for Veronica. Camera crews swarmed the initial handoff of Veronica to her father in December 2011. The Capobiancos then turned to TV stars like Dr. Phil and Troy Dunn to sway public opinion.

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Even this past Monday morning before the Capobiancos took Veronica from her father, the couple went on another media charade that began with a live interview on CNN. Dusten Brown, on the contrary, has done his best to shield his daughter from the cameras and ensuing media war. Nor does he have the means to hire a public relations firm to promote his right to raise his daughter, and the Cherokee Nation’s right to keep its citizens’ families intact whenever possible.
Support for Dusten Brown has emerged through grassroots efforts, like a Facebook page, Standing Our Ground for Veronica Brown, and the website KeepVeronicaHome.com. The Facebook page has more than 12,000 followers and growing, but more support is needed for Brown, who is now being sued by the Capobiancos’ attorneys for nearly half a million in fees. 
On the Facebook page Standing Our Ground for Veronica Brown, there is an outpouring of support for the Brown family and words of encouragement offered to Veronica, who has been removed a loving home surrounded by family and extended relatives immersed in their Cherokee culture. On KeepVeronicaHome.com, Dusten Brown expressed the following in happier times:
“My daughter Veronica is a happy, bouncy, joyful and much-loved child. She is not a baby anymore. She's a little girl who looks forward to running to greet me when I get home from work, riding with her papa on his tractor and eating her grandmother's good cooking. She has a big sister she looks up to and adores.”

Visit KeepVeronicaHome.com and like the Facebook page Standing Our Ground for Veronica Brown to voice your support, and contact your local, state and federal representatives:
Oklahoma Attorney General
313 NE 21st Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
OKC 405.521.3921| Tulsa 918.581.2885 |
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US House of Representatives
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I will say this, if the copabiancos and their "supporters" really cared about this child, they would have done this differently, in my honest opinion, the way they behaved with the support of idiots like anderson cooper, dr phil, troy dunn, and cnn, they were more interested in "winning" this argument than doing what is right...which, with this behaviour as any child expert will tell you is traumatizing child abuse to this baby, since she was with her dad longer than the ones who "bought" her from a for profit corrupt adoption agency with the help of the vengeful mother.
And to rub salt in the wound, they are suing Dusten Brown, and this is not lawyers or the state, they could put an end to it by demouncing it publicly, which they have not done...so we know the true nature of their character, I would not want any of my kids anywere neer people such as this.
She remembers her dad and anyone who say's she remembered these copabianco when she was given back to them as a trophy are lying, no one remember under 2 years old.
Please do everything you can to support Veronica and her father, she was ripped from her families loving arms, by those who bought and paid for her and behave as if money is the law of the land.
To many of our kids are sold as a product to unscrupulous people who think buying kids is normal.
As for the capobianco and their supporters here is their site if you want to tell them what you think of them and their supporters...
jessica munday, public mouthpeice for these people...
the capobianco propaganda page
their facebook page...here you can see their attempt at legalizing what they did by saying the "mother" is with them, as for the mother, if she did care for this child she would of admitted that maybe she made a mistake and since her daughter has been with her biological family, this is where she belongs, but I guess vengeful thought are still with her.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No matter how anyone looks at this,it is a sad situation all the way around.