Artyom Savelyev Court Case is Beginning in the US…

The famous return to sender note…

Pretrial hearings in the drama of the adoption of a Russian child are beginning as Artyom Savelyev is on the docket in the United States…

In April of 2010, the American boys adoptive mother Torry-Ann Hansen of Tennessee returned eight-year-old foster child Artyom Savelyev like a return to sender letter, unaccompanied, on a plane to Moscow, with a note saying he is no longer wanted because he was psychologically unstable…

Artyom Savelyev case prompted Russia to suspend adoptions to the U.S. and start negotiating a treaty on adoptions, which was signed in July of this year…

The court in the US will hear the request of Torry Hansen to close the case. If the request is rejected, the trial will begin on January 3, 2011…

So this is where the status is on the case of a mother who adopted a child from Russia and returned him to Russia with less respect than she would unwanted socks for Christmas at Walmart…

Lets hope that the courts do not let this woman get away with what she did. She needs to be put on trial in front of her peers…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

PS: Not sure about what this is about? Then read some links below. I have been following this from the beginning…


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