It is very disheartening to hear stories from foreigners who end up being destroyed by un-understandable procedures by Social Services and secret family courts, after their child(ren) were forcefully removed.
I have learned and reported about
- the Nigerian Musas whose case is acknowledged to be the worst of all: where Haringey Police removed five children without paperwork and subsequently two more
- American Melissa Laird who was in HMP Holloway with Gloria Musa and was deported whilst her only child was kept for adoption
- the Portuguese Pedros whose five children were taken by Lincolnshire Police, after the father was handcuffed and accused to have assaulted his oldest son
- the Latvian Laila Brice who initiated petitioning in Brussels against Adoption without Parental Consent.
In Brussels I met the Lithuanian mother’s sister and mother who had experienced this violent snatch of a 6-year-old boy on 23 September 2013.
The horrific implication in this case is that the father is the abuser, and, as observed in many other cases, the Local Authority works in the interest of the abusive parent rather than the child’s. In this case, there is enough history to demonstrate who’s right.
Now there are ‘magnificent seven’ MPs who initiated the demand for a public inquiry into child sexual abuse. And this resulted in support by other MPs and your chance to ask your MP to join this attempt to highlight how #childsnatchuk leads to #paedobritain.
Sir James Munby, the President of the Family Division, has ruled that UK Courts must not decide the fate of foreign children. But who cares? Why comply with the Rule of Law?
Coincidentally, the parents are from the same city Kaunas, which was shaken by a major paedophile scandal in 2012. See also this list of posts regarding international child trafficking for paedophiles.