Friday, February 10, 2006

He Said - She Said Parenting Abduction on the RISE - Can WE Pass LAW to Share Parenting Equally?

A routine traffic stop in North Carolina last week ended a six-year hunt for two missing girls and put the spotlight on a traumatic ordeal affecting thousands of American families every year.

When a child is abducted by a stranger, it makes for sensational headlines. When a child is taken by a parent, few take notice. Yet the emotional toll on children kidnapped in family abductions is no less severe, according to child advocates.

In that abduction, the FBI says a Lillington, N.C., woman picked up her three children from their father’s house near the Virginia border in December 1999 and never returned them.

Steyne, 45, has been charged with violating a custody order and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

While some parents say they need to flee with children to escape abuse most do not have their child’s best interests in mind , said Ernie Allen, president of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

...up to 80 percent of cases involve children taken out of anger or vengeance against a spouse, not love for a child,” he said.

The trauma of family abduction is often compounded by lies, Hart-Haviv said: “A child might be told the left-behind parent is dead, dangerous or doesn’t love them anymore.”

And the deeper the deceit, the harder it can be for a child to recover when found, she said.

Thank YOU for Listening Sen Leiberman - You may have SAVED a LIFE Today?
Shared Parenting LAW - It's Time has Now Come ! - Stephen Rene
"In a more balanced and less adversarial legal process, 1 glaring statistic may the last 10 years 300000 non-custodial & custodial parents have ... - Jan 23, 2006 -
Human Rights & Equal Rights for BOTH PARENTS under the US Constitution
is what truly matters - and in the end - we will help to SAVE
Another Parent and Child - in order to do the "RIGHT THING" for our Children!

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