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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

The market for native children still goes on..The baby Deseray story.

Why not just put south carolina's for profit adoption agencies businesses on the nyse and nasdaq. They seem to think the buying of humans is a worth while capitalist endevour...
Reading the horror story of baby Deseray, you can see a pattern, the same lawyers involved with the lowly capobiancos and their public relation stooge jessica munday's transaction in stealing baby Veronica are at it again...
"The Bixlers are represented by Raymond Godwin, attorney for Nightlight Christian Adoptions of Greenville, South Carolina, and Paul Swain, a Tulsa, Oklahoma attorney. Both lawyers also represented Matt and Melanie Capobianco in their adoption of Veronica".

Woman gets into a tiff with the father Doesn't tell him she's selling her child to the highest bidder and voila, another native child bought and sold, profits for everyone...
 "They were paired with Crystal Tarbox, a birth mother in Oklahoma who left the child's biological father late in her pregnancy and put her unborn child up for adoption without his consent or knowledge".
Not suprising the father does not seem to have any rights in this infested radical feminist world!

Age doesn't matter, these people who are in the process of stealing another native child are in their 60's,
"The bixlers, bobby is 64 and diane is 60, so they would be ineligible for most international adoptions, which have age requirements related to risk factors regarding health and aging".
What the hell is someone who is 64 years old doing adopting a baby? The child will be 6 and he will be 70. I love raising children, the laughter, the giggles, the questions, but the reason I would never have another one is I am getting older and it would not be fair to a child to father one at that age.

Also...
Their own son has claimed abuse, and emotional instability in that house, yet to those involved it doesn't matter, its just another Indian???
Most disturbing is the revelation that one of the adult sons of the Bixlers says they were physically and emotionally abusive parents who should not be allowed to raise another child. Josh Bixler, 29, a sergeant in the U.S. Marines Corps, says he was shocked when his sister told him their parents had just adopted a newborn from Oklahoma.
In an exclusive interview with ICTMN, Josh alleges that his mother and father are unfit parents and accuses both of them of mental and physical abuse toward him and his siblings during their childhood. Josh says his father, Bobby, was even worse.

In his own words...
To me it feels like this was the 1700s, when they were raiding Indian settlements and taking their kids. Nothing has changed. But as a Christian, I am opposed to Nightlight because it feels like as long as people pay them money, they're justifying these adoptions and the manner in which they're doing it. It's disgusting.

There are laws preventing this from happening, but as we saw in baby Veronica, they are by-passed to accommodate those with the money?
Don Mason, baby Deseray's biologial attorney said "Honestly, I believe [convicted serial killer] John Wayne Gacy could walk into a South Carolina courtroom and adopt a child. That's how little they care about children  and how much they care about money. Given the facts of this case, I intend to do everything I can to seek justice for this little girl. She deserves better than she has gotten in her life and we owe it to her and the many others who are slipping through the system unchecked.”

I am disgusted by these stories because I went through a similar story.
Mother gives up our baby daughter, I was in alberta working, stayed in touch (thank the Creator) with the ontario C.A.S. (child protection) and that is how I found out they already had the process of adoption in the works...Came back to ontario, claimed my daugther, went through hell, got called a trouble making drunken indian, (don't drink...at all) and realized some racism was involved...
Long story short, I did get her back...

The laws are there, they are specific, families must be contacted first to make sure someone has the will to raise these kids instead of been sold for profit. The state and it's adoption agencies have the primary mandate to keep biological families together for the well being of the child, but thanks to corrupt courts, this seem to be ignored...why? There is even "christian" adoption agency involved, this is their idea of been christians???
"The legal community intersect in ways that are at odds with state and federal laws designed to protect Indian children like Deseray. It is also a chilling bellwether for how the recent Supreme Court Ruling in the Baby Veronica case, in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, is being exploited by the adoption industry".

There is also an unhealthy obsetion here, I underrstand those who love kids around them, but at 60 years old, it's the grandchildren that fill that hole, not raising other peoples kids...
This story begins almost 20 years ago. Although Bobby and Diane Bixler already had four children, three sons and a daughter, they had tried for years to get pregnant again in the hopes of having another girl, according to their youngest son, Josh. In particular, Diane was “obsessed” with having another girl, says Josh, and even decorated a nursery in the couple's five-bedroom home in Irmo, South Carolina, outfitting it with baby furniture, clothes, toys, a changing table and a rocking chair. Even as two of her sons shared a room, Diane kept the nursery vacant—hoping, waiting, praying, Josh says. But that baby never came. As the years went by, the Bixler children grew up and left their family home, but the “baby's room” remained untouched for over a decade, Josh recalls.

As I said, laws are on the books to prevent these types of child theft, yet, the supposed "family courts" which we can now safely say that some are extremely anti family, pro femininst, seem to ignore what they are suppose to enforce....
In direct contravention of state and federal law, and with no paperwork or custodial orders in hand, the Bixlers had left the state of Oklahoma with the girl, who turned five months old last week. [Despite repeated requests from Indian Country Today Media Network, Crystal Tarbox, the Bixlers and their attorneys have all refused to comment on this story.] Before the decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl had even been handed down by the Supreme Court, Godwin had filed in early June to finalize Deseray's adoption. Neither Jeremy Simmons, the putative birth father, nor the Absentee Shawnee Tribe, for which Deseray is eligible for membership under ICWA, were given notice that the adoption was docketed to be finalized until 24 hours before the hearing in South Carolina in late July, according to lawyers for both Simmons and the tribe. It was in a Greenville, South Carolina family court that the judge in the case noticed that the Bixlers did not have an Interstate Custody for the Placement of Children (ICPC) application from the state of Oklahoma and refused to finalize the adoption. Under state and federal law, potential adoptive parents seeking interstate children must have prior written authorization from the “home” state. Failure to comply is grounds for criminal kidnapping charges, which is a federal felony in all 50 states.

In closing, to those of us that fight for family rights, and especially father's right to be in their kids lives, fully understand that in these cases, whether baby Deseray or baby Veronica, been the dad  has a lot to do with these twisted sale of kids to those with the money, there is no doubt, in my mind anyway, that this does not hapen this often when the bio-mother is involved, if ever...
Been a father in this lost and falling western world is not a good thing, acording to the now destructive anti family anti father society...not all men have gone through this "crap", but for those of us that did, we do understand what is really going on, and should be a warning to all...we do not speak out of anger, but experiences.

Full story...
Adult Son of Couple Adopting Deseray Says They Were Abusive Parents

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