The Internet Child Exchange

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  1. FloGold Moderator

    Americans use the Internet to abandon children adopted from overseas

    • FiledSeptember 9, 2013
    ce1a.jpg MOTIVATED MOM: In her time seeking children on the Internet, Nicole Eason has referred to herself as Big Momma and Momma Bear. Her term for informal custody transfers is "non-legalized adoption," and she defines the phrase to mean: "Hey, can I have your baby?" REUTERS/Samantha Sais
    Part 1: When a Liberian girl proves too much for her parents, they advertise her online and give her to a couple they’ve never met. Days later, she goes missing.

    Children advertised on the Internet. A lawless online marketplace of unwanted adopted children. Reuters Investigation continued....

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    Thanks to #OpSafeKids for the article.
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  2. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    I could not have imagined this, what a perverted market place...child, free to a good home
  3. Anonymous Member

    Indeed. This is riveting and disgusting at the same time. I am on part 3.
  4. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Amazing article thanks
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  7. Anonymous Member

    This brings up a big problem. What do you do with a child that threatens the other children with weapons? Or a child that has an explosive temper or severe mental illness and is dangerous. Truly dangerous?
    There is not good assistance for parents of adopted children.
    The re- homing isn't the answer but my heart goes out to those parents. Been there.
  8. Anonymous Member

    Thanks for the article. Passed it on.
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    Their adopted kids couldn't get help until the were back in foster care, then the state stepped in and got them help. These kids had been sexually abused and like children always do imitated the adults in their life.
    I don't know what the answer is but it is the flip side of this issue.
    People can't just throw away kids that need treatment because they were the victims of abuse. The government can't just throw them away either. The kids end up like these kids- thrown away to sexual predators.
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