Adopted Abused Russian Siblings in US…

Adopted Russian Children have escaped from their abusive life in Texas, USA and all because of a brave American woman who never gave up and put her own freedoms and liberty in jeopardy…

adoptedThis is the Adopted Russian children that I have been talking about several times on my website, I was happy as a “pig in a mud wallow” when I saw this. Diane Black contacted me on Facebook and asked me if I had seen anything on the news yet. That made me put out the alerts and checks and then it popped up after a few hours…

adopted sistersTwo orphaned Russian siblings Kelly and Cloe, known in Russia as Anastasia and Svetlana Klimov, have been temporarily placed with a new US foster family, after years of abuse by their adopted American parents.

The announcement was made today by Diane Black, a psychotherapist and human rights lawyer who has been working on this case since she was alerted to the abuse the children suffered at the hands of Michael and Penny Deckert from Texas.

Ms. Black said she called up the girls today to check if everything was fine, and there were tears of happiness in their voice as they repeated “thank you, thank you, thank you.” The human rights activist said she hoped adopted Anastasia and Svetlana found a home at last.

This is one of the articles:

Diane Black: Three Abused Russian Adopted Children Texas, USA

I am so proud of Diane and she stood by these kids. She was even arrested for try to help these adopted children. That gives me the state of America, right there in a nutshell…

Sadly the boy is still missing, but the girls have been relieved of a life of abuse. Lets hope the boy is found before it is too late…

Another abusive American adoption family bites the dust…

Don’t tell me that it is rare! I have hundreds on case file right now, all located in America and all abusive…

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