Saturday, April 05, 2008


Oh lord, the adoptive parents who have legally kidnapped the children of the previously mentioned folks are in serious horse crap. Eventually there will be an investigation in adoption practices in the United States. It would be nice if this would happen to those kidnappers. Oops whatcha gonna do then? I hope this scares you. This is what you have to look forward to. I hope the agency directors and even the heads of the adoption industry get scared too. Ya'll need to start standing up and paying attention. Start doing the right thing. I doubt, however, that you will. There is just too much money involved. Greed and corruption always seems to win out for now. Are you stewing in your own manure yet? I hope so.

Here is the link.

Here is the story in its entirety:

Jail terms in Argentina landmark 'stolen baby' case

BUENOS AIRES (AFP) — A court Friday handed down jail terms of up to 10 years in a case brought by a woman against her adoptive parents after she learned she was one of the "stolen babies" of Argentina's "Dirty War."

Maria Cristina Gomez Pinto, 60, and her former husband Osvaldo Rivas, 65, were respectively sentenced to seven and eight years in prison for abducting a minor.

Former soldier Enrique Jose Berthier was also jailed for 10 years for handing over Maria Eugenia Barragan to the couple when she was a new-born baby.

Barragan, who is today 30, knows she was born in 1978, but the circumstances of her birth, and the fate of her parents, remain shrouded in mystery.

The court also ordered that Barragan's identity card should be destroyed as it bore the false name of Eugenia Violeta Rivas.

Numerous young women arrested while pregnant during the country's 1976-1983 military dictatorship gave birth in captivity and were never seen again. Some 500 "stolen babies" were given to families close to the ruling military junta.

About 88 of them have since managed to trace their true identities with the help of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, a human rights group founded in 1977 to try to find babies stolen during the dictatorship and reunite them with their biological families.

In 2001 Barragan discovered through a DNA test that her adoptive parents were, in her words, "abductors" who had "appropriated" her life.

She cited many reasons why she can no longer consider Rivas and Gomez Pinto her parents.

"There was never any formal adoption. These people registered me as their daughter, with a false birth date and birth place, from a false birth certificate," she said.

"Ask yourself if a person who has stolen a baby ... constantly lied about her origins, mistreated her daily, humiliated and deceived her, if a person who has done all that can know and feel love. I say, no," she said.

About 30,000 people "disappeared" during Argentina's 1976-1983 military dictatorship, according to the figures of human rights groups.

Your children will be this pissed off at you when they come across the blogs and the articles of how hard you fought against their natural parents. They will know the truth. It will bite you in the bootie big time. Enjoy it while it lasts. It won't be long before you too will be arrested. It won't be long before you go to jail for the kidnapping of these children.


Anonymous said...

Cannot wait to see the prison sentences come down in all the cases you mention.

HeatherRainbow said...

yup yup.

Ungrateful Little Bastard said...

It should scare them, big time