Interesting: Russian Adoption Issues with America…

Russia’s Investigation Committee chief Alexander Bastrykin invited U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to come to Moscow in order to discuss the investigation of the crimes committed against 13 adopted Russian children in the United States…

In his letter to Holder, Bastrykin noted that Russian investigators are investigating criminal cases concerning the violence against Russian children adopted in the United States…

The Russian Investigation Committee is investigating criminal cases involving 13 Russian children adopted in the United States:

Sergei Nakonechny (Luke Alexander Evans),
Nikita Khoryakov (Zakari Louis Higier),
Dima Yakovlev (Harrison Chase Dmitry),
Ksenia Antonova (Ksenia Mae Blanford),
Yelena, Sergei, Leonid and Kristina Zhivodrov (O’Brien Yelena Maibusch, O’Brien Sergey Maibusch, O’Brien Leonid Maibusch, and O’Brien Kristina Maibusch),
Danila Krichun (Daniel Alexander Sweeney),
ILya Kargyntsev (Dykstra Isaac Jonathan),
Anna Pochetnaya (Logan Anna Higginbotham),
Ivan Skorobogatov (Craver Nathaniel Michael), and
Maxim Babayev (Kaleb Maxim Traylor)…

I have been hearing about these kids on the Russia news and as of right now America is refusing to help these children and or look into what is happening with them, due to poor regulations and lack of desires of the officials to solve the issues…

I am here to tell you that Russia will not go away on the adoption issue and as it was never a political issue as the west has been telling everyone, Russia will pursue these children and their abuse in the USA…

This is a much more common issue than you realize. I have been involved with a dozen or so cases and have passed information on to authorities here in Russia, to try to get help for kids in America that are being abused…

I know that many people are very good parents, but we seem to have a screw loose somewhere and these kids are getting the shaft…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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