Politics & Law They Steal Babies, Don’t They?

In Adoption Trafficking, Excerpts by Admin

Ethiopia, the Hague, and the rise and fall of international adoption. An exclusive investigation of internal U.S. State Department documents describing how humanitarian adoptions metastasized into a mini-industry shot through with fraud, becoming a source of income for unscrupulous orphanages, government officials, and shady operators—and was then reined back in through diplomacy, regulation, and a brand-new federal law.    E.J. Graff  Nov 24, 2014


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