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Old 12-25-2018, 05:40 PM
 
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https://www.denverpost.com/2018/12/1...ched-adoption/

Special prosecutor appointed to investigate fake baby adoption - Anaheim news - NewsLocker

I'm glad we decided to close the office this year for two weeks of Christmas/New Years. I don't miss the phone calls.
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Old 12-28-2018, 06:57 AM
 
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https://www.denverpost.com/2018/12/1...ched-adoption/

Special prosecutor appointed to investigate fake baby adoption - Anaheim news - NewsLocker

I'm glad we decided to close the office this year for two weeks of Christmas/New Years. I don't miss the phone calls.
I really feel for anyone that wants a child and can not have their own. These days it is much harder to find babies as more women keep their kids. My brother was taken for adoption in the early 60's. My mother was a Hungarian immigrant that didn't speak much English, found herself pregnant and signing her rights away at catholic charities. She changed her mind, had kept him about 3 months when they came knocking, made her hand him over. She already named and christened him, bonded with him.

I feel bad for them. She should be charged with something. I'm curious if there ever was a baby; and hopefully someone will update this post if it comes out.


Having said that, it seemed way too good to be true and was. Maybe they should start fostering local kids. They may even find one that really needs and deserves a home.
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Old 01-03-2019, 11:55 AM
 
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Sounds like the Traytes will get off easy since no money was exchanged - they mired a bit into human trafficking, after all. Slemp should enlighten them what adoption is really about - finding homes for children needing them. And then explain the obvious that we all know - there has to be a birth in order for adoption to occur because babies aren't adopted in-utero. Relative to Jones - although not guilty of anything, I agree with this: Slemp will also weigh whether Jones committed a probation violation by engaging in “bad conduct” in her dealings with the Traytes. Jones pleaded guilty to credit card fraud in 2017 and was on probation during the time she was convincing the Traytes they could adopt her baby.
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