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Offline liesl78

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"The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« on: July 03, 2009, 09:42:23 AM »
Can anyone please translate this? I'm at work, but it basically says Conselho Tutelar (CPS?) has been tapped to intervene in the Goldman case, since it seems Sean is emotionally shaken and they want all Sean's "interviews" removed from the media sites.
 
http://www.sidneyrezende.com/noticia/45496+conselho+aciona+conselho+tutelar+para+intervir+no+caso+de+sean+goldman
 
Conselho aciona Conselho Tutelar para intervir no caso de Sean Goldman
 
Redação SRZD | Rio+ | 03/07/2009 10:29
 
O Conselho Estadual de Defesa da Criança e do Adolescente (Cedca) vai solicitar, nesta sexta-feira, a intervenção do Conselho Tutelar da Zona Sul na condução do caso Sean Goldman. De acordo com o presidente do Cedca, Carlos Nicodemos, há indícios que o menino, de nove anos, tem sofrido abalos na integridade psicossocial.
 
O Cedca também solicita a retirada da entrevista de Sean Goldman de sites. Em junho, o menino foi entrevistado pela especialista em terapia familiar, Terezinha Feres Carneiro, no setor de Psiquiatria da Santa Casa de Misericórdia do Rio de Janeiro. O Cedca entende que a publicação online da entrevista expõe Sean a uma situação vexatória e constrangedora.
 
"É preciso deslocar o eixo de análise desta questão para o campo dos direitos humanos das crianças, especialmente quando o Brasil é signatário da Convenção sobre os Direitos da Criança da Organização das Nações Unidas (CDC-ONU). A CDC, que completa 20 anos em 2009, preconiza o superior interesse da criança frente a todo e qualquer interesse", afirma o presidente do Cedca, Carlos Nicodemos.
 
Bruna Bianchi, mãe de Sean Goldman, separou-se de David Goldman e se casou de novo com um brasileiro. No ano passado, Bruna morreu durante o parto da segunda filha, e a Justiça brasileira deu ao padrasto a guarda provisória da criança. Desde então, pai e padrasto travam uma batalha jurídica pela guarda do menino. O caso começou na Justiça estadual do Rio e depois passou para a competência federal. Com a morte de Bruna, David intensificou uma campanha para tentar levar o filho de volta para os Estados Unidos.
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2009, 09:50:23 AM »
Yup, thats pretty much what it said

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2009, 09:53:06 AM »
Council turns Guardianship Council to intervene in the case of Sean Goldman

Writing SRZD | Rio + | 03/07/2009 10:29

 
 
The State Council of Defense of Children and Adolescents (Cedca) will ask, in this Friday, the intervention of the Guardianship Council of Southern in the conduct of the Sean Goldman case. According to the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemos, there are indications that the boy of nine years, has suffered shocks in psychosocial integrity.

The Cedca also calls for the withdrawal of the appointment of Sean Goldman of sites. In June, the boy was interviewed by the expert in family therapy, Terezinha Carneiro Feres, the sector of Psychiatry, Santa Casa de Misericordia of Rio de Janeiro. The Cedca believes that the online publication of the interview Sean exposes a situation oppressive and distressing.

"We have to shift the axis of analysis of this issue for the field of human rights of children, especially when Brazil is a signatory to the Convention on the Rights of the Child of the United Nations (UN-CRC). The CDC, which completes 20 years in 2009, advocates the best interests of the child forward to any interest, "says the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemus.

Bruna Bianchi, mother of Sean Goldman, separated itself from David Goldman and married again with a Brazilian. Last year, Bruna died during the birth of second daughter, and the Brazilian Justice gave temporary custody to the father of the child. Since then, father and stepfather slowing a legal battle for custody of the boy. The case began in court of Rio state, then moved to federal jurisdiction. With the death of Bruno, David intensified a campaign to try to bring the child back to the United States.

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2009, 09:54:30 AM »
Google Translation:
 
Guardianship Council will be driven to intervene in case Sean Goldman
 
The State Council of Defense of Children and Adolescents (Cedca) will ask, in this Friday, the intervention of the Guardianship Council of Southern in the conduct of the Sean Goldman case. According to the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemos, there are indications that the boy of nine years, has suffered shocks in psychosocial integrity.
 
The Cedca also calls for the withdrawal of the appointment of Sean Goldman of sites. In June, the boy was interviewed by the expert in family therapy, Terezinha Carneiro Feres, the sector of Psychiatry, Santa Casa de Misericordia of Rio de Janeiro. The Cedca believes that the online publication of the interview Sean exposes a situation oppressive and distressing.

"We have to shift the axis of analysis of this issue for the field of human rights of children, especially when Brazil is a signatory to the Convention on the Rights of the Child of the United Nations (UN-CRC). The CDC, which completes 20 years in 2009, advocates the best interests of the child forward to any interest, "says the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemus.

Bruna Bianchi, mother of Sean Goldman, separated itself from David Goldman and married again with a Brazilian. Last year, Bruna died during the birth of second daughter, and the Brazilian Justice gave temporary custody to the father of the child. Since then, father and stepfather slowing a legal battle for custody of the boy. The case began in court of Rio state, then moved to federal jurisdiction. With the death of Bruno, David intensified a campaign to try to bring the child back to the United States.
"Every parent who has a child and they tuck him in at night, or her in at night, and they wish the best and only the best and they will always protect the child and do whatever they can, but most of the time they don't have to prove it. I'm in the proving grounds, to myself and to my child.  I have to get him home and I will do whatever I have to. I'll never stop to save him."  --David Goldman

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #4 on: July 03, 2009, 09:57:16 AM »
This Carlos Nicodemos guy was one of the people watching Sean being interviewed behind the fake wall. He also says the will of the child should prevail in this case.
 
He also wrote one of the essays for a collection of articles written by admirers of Evandro Lins e Silva
 
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http://www.aidpbrasil.org.br/homenagemevandro.asp
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Homenagem a Evandro Lins e Silva: o patrono da liberdade
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(...)Trata-se de uma coletânea reunindo 30 artigos de mestres da ciência penal, profissionais do Direito Criminal e outros admiradores da vida e obra do Ministro Evandro Lins e Silva (1912-2002), chamado muito apropriadamente de O Criminalista do Século.
 
São os seguintes os autores e os temas dos textos, inclusive um deles, inédito, de autoria do próprio homenageado:
 
Ensaio sobre as bases sociológicas de aparição da delinquência juvenil e o controle sócio-jurídico no Brasil - Carlos Nicodemos e Ricardo Nery Filho
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2009, 09:59:55 AM »
Sounds like this is an independent state council that is objecting to the public abuse of Sean by the family.
 
:cheer::clapping::clapping::cheer:
 
Hopefully they have enough influence to get more then a wrist slap accomplished!

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2009, 10:15:35 AM »
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Sounds like this is an independent state council that is objecting to the public abuse of Sean by the family.
 
:cheer::clapping::clapping::cheer:
 
Hopefully they have enough influence to get more then a wrist slap accomplished!

Reading the Google translation, it is hard for me to assess what this means exactly.
 
But I'd be very careful with anything CEDCA says.
 
My impression (which could be wrong) was that CEDCA is made up of former judges from the Rio State Family Court system that are in PLS pocket.
 
In fact, Siro Darlan attorney/advisor (and former family court judge in Rio) for CEDCA made some outrageous statements favorable to JPLS and very negative about David and the Bringseanhome.org website back in March.
 
"Para o desembargador (Siro Darlan), estrategicamente, interessou ao pai americano a divulgação da imagem do menino. "Ele está fazendo um uso perverso da imagem do próprio filho", criticou.
 
"Para o desembargador (Siro Darlan), o padrasto do menino se preocupa mais com a integridade física eo desenvolvimento sadio do garoto do que o pai biológico."
 
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=pt&u=http://observatorio.ultimosegundo.ig.com.br/artigos.asp%3Fcod%3D528IMQ006&ei=sxBOSqLHMeWvtwfu_q2qBA&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=3&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3DCEDCA%2B%2B%2522paulo%2Blins%2Be%2Bsilva%2522%26hl%3Den%26rlz%3D1R2ADBF_enUS329
 
I also don't like the reference to "shifting the analysis" from the Hague to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child either, as it mirrors Tostes statements to the STF.
 
I'd take a wait and see approach with this one.

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #7 on: July 03, 2009, 10:23:11 AM »
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I'd take a wait and see approach with this one.

I have mixed feelings about this as well. While it's great they want to remove sean's interview from the media, the damage has been done.
 
However, this is the same guy saying Sean's [brainwashed] will should prevail.
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #8 on: July 03, 2009, 10:27:06 AM »
I also don't like the reference to "shifting the analysis" from the Hague to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child either, as it mirrors Tostes statements to the STF.
 
I'd take a wait and see approach with this one.[/quote]
 
I'm with ya on this JJ.........

I don't trust this yet. "Shifting the axis" could mean that they are trying to get Sean's testimony to carry more weight.......And they could actually mean that WE are exploiting Sean, not them....of all things.......

I think the bottom line is that I don't trust PLS and clan or the Brazilian courts in general...So anything like this makes me nervous. It is most likely done for their benefit.......
Lastly - David, there are many prayers across the world going out for you and Sean. When I got my son home - regardless of all the attempts of parental alienation that were forced on him - he said "Father, I always knew you loved me." I am certain Sean feels the same way.
 
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #9 on: July 03, 2009, 10:27:13 AM »
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Sounds like this is an independent state council that is objecting to the public abuse of Sean by the family.
 
:cheer::clapping::clapping::cheer:
 
Hopefully they have enough influence to get more then a wrist slap accomplished!

I don't understand why this would not help David's case? They admit the Brazilian family of Bruna is subjecting Sean to public abuse.
 
I wonder when we will hear something about these stupid appeals????
 
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2009, 10:32:09 AM »
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I don't understand why this would not help David's case? They admit the Brazilian family of Bruna is subjecting Sean to public abuse.
 
I wonder when we will hear something about these stupid appeals????
 
Margie

I didn't read it that way......

I just read it as "Sean has been psychologically damaged". I didn't see where it said who was to blame. And you can bet that if this come from anyone who knows PLS, he blames David.......

As screwed up as that sounds, it wouldn't be the most ridiculous claim they have ever made......by far
Lastly - David, there are many prayers across the world going out for you and Sean. When I got my son home - regardless of all the attempts of parental alienation that were forced on him - he said "Father, I always knew you loved me." I am certain Sean feels the same way.
 
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #11 on: July 03, 2009, 10:44:01 AM »
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I don't understand why this would not help David's case? They admit the Brazilian family of Bruna is subjecting Sean to public abuse.
 
I wonder when we will hear something about these stupid appeals????
 
Margie

It very well could help David's case.  But I have learned that, for me, taking a wait and see approach is generally the best thing to do.

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #12 on: July 03, 2009, 10:45:07 AM »
OK,  either I am stupid or can't read between the lines.:)  I do not see how this is NOT a huge positive.  They say Sean has "suffered shocks in psychosocial integrity".  To me that is saying they recognize Sean is in a bad environment.  They also admint that "the posting of the interview was oppressive and disstressing."  That looks to me that they are recognizing that the Lins E Silvas went to far.  "We have to shift the axis of analysis of this issue for the field of human rights of children, especially when Brazil is a signatory to the Convention on the Rights of the Child of the United Nations (UN-CRC). The CDC, which completes 20 years in 2009, advocates the best interests of the child forward to any interest, "says the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemus.  How I view this is that they need to shift the case to focus on the well being of the child and not the endless judicial process.  It is possible that Nicodemos saw what was really happening to Sean for the first time with his own eyes at the interview and is shifting his mindset.  Remeber, not everyone involved in this case is corrupt.  In fact I am willing to believe most are not.  Child abuse is one of the very few things that practically no human will tolerate.  Just trying to be positive.

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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #13 on: July 03, 2009, 10:46:07 AM »
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I also don't like the reference to "shifting the analysis" from the Hague to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child either, as it mirrors Tostes statements to the STF.
 
I'd take a wait and see approach with this one.

 
I'm with ya on this JJ.........

I don't trust this yet. "Shifting the axis" could mean that they are trying to get Sean's testimony to carry more weight.......And they could actually mean that WE are exploiting Sean, not them....of all things.......

I think the bottom line is that I don't trust PLS and clan or the Brazilian courts in general...So anything like this makes me nervous. It is most likely done for their benefit.......[/QUOTE]

Hearing what you more experienced folks say here, and the line "advocates the best interests of the child forward to any interest," also makes me nervous.  This could be interpreted as "the best interest of Sean is to stay in Brazil forever and good bye to his Father in the US."  Anything that shifts the focus away from Pinto's ruling is not good. Absent any other ruling, in Brazil, Pinto's ruling should be shoved back in their faces over and over.  I wish I were in the Bahamas with a copy of it to distribute.
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Re: "The publication of Sean's interview is embarrasing"
« Reply #14 on: July 03, 2009, 11:03:22 AM »
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Council turns Guardianship Council to intervene in the case of Sean Goldman

Writing SRZD | Rio + | 03/07/2009 10:29

 
 
The State Council of Defense of Children and Adolescents (Cedca) will ask, in this Friday, the intervention of the Guardianship Council of Southern in the conduct of the Sean Goldman case. According to the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemos, there are indications that the boy of nine years, has suffered shocks in psychosocial integrity.

The Cedca also calls for the withdrawal of the appointment of Sean Goldman of sites. In June, the boy was interviewed by the expert in family therapy, Terezinha Carneiro Feres, the sector of Psychiatry, Santa Casa de Misericordia of Rio de Janeiro. The Cedca believes that the online publication of the interview Sean exposes a situation oppressive and distressing.

"We have to shift the axis of analysis of this issue for the field of human rights of children, especially when Brazil is a signatory to the Convention on the Rights of the Child of the United Nations (UN-CRC). The CDC, which completes 20 years in 2009, advocates the best interests of the child forward to any interest, "says the chairman of Cedca, Carlos Nicodemus.

Bruna Bianchi, mother of Sean Goldman, separated itself from David Goldman and married again with a Brazilian. Last year, Bruna died during the birth of second daughter, and the Brazilian Justice gave temporary custody to the father of the child. Since then, father and stepfather slowing a legal battle for custody of the boy. The case began in court of Rio state, then moved to federal jurisdiction. With the death of Bruno, David intensified a campaign to try to bring the child back to the United States.

I have to agree with the concern of this statement. There's no reference to the Hague Convention - which Brazil is a signatory.

I do agree, however, that Sean has suffered psychologically.

WHY has it taken so long for this statement to be made?




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