What Agencies Won't Tell You
The Story of Stolen Babies for Adoption, Georgia Tann
Georgia Tann: Memphis Baby Adoption Scandal
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“She used manipulation, deception, pressure tactics, threats, and brute force to take children from mainly poor single mothers in a 5 state area to sell to wealthy parents up until outrage, lawsuits, and complaints spurred a state investigation into her tactics closed her down in 1950.” Unsolved Mysteries
Source: Georgia Tann: Memphis Baby Adoption Scandal.
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