Thursday, May 21, 2015

Baby Veronica dad speaks out

I posted about Baby Veronica, and the London Daily Mail reports:
A father who lost custody of his biological daughter after a controversial Supreme Court ruling is speaking out for the first time since the incident.

Dusten Brown has remained silent since 2013 when he lost his fight to keep custody of Baby Veronica, the daughter his ex gave up for adoption without his knowledge while he was serving in Iraq.

Now he has come forward to talk about the need for adoption reform.

Brown, who recently welcomed a baby boy with his wife Robin, said in a statement; 'Nothing will ever replace her presence in our home. Veronica has a new little brother that we hope she will meet one day and have a relationship with.'

A Cherokee Nation citizen, Brown had used the Indian Child Welfare Act to try to regain custody of Veronica.

Brown also commented on a proposed federal regulation set to end adoption disputes like the one he went through with Veronica,

'Hopefully, these regulations keep other Indian children, families and tribes from suffering the heartbreak that we experienced over the last five and a half years,' said Brown according to Tulsa World.
Men are sometimes deluded into thinking that if they get a full airing of their case before a sufficiently high authority, then no one could endorse the system.

This guy got his case all the way to the US Supreme Court, but still had to give up his biological daughter to adoptive parents because of a twisted anti-parent reading of the law, and a peculiar BIOTCh analysis.

Some day that girl will learn that she was reared by child stealers.

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