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Offline gil

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Senator Menendez "continuing the fight"
« on: August 31, 2009, 11:24:59 PM »
On August 28th Senator Menendez (NJ) sent out an email with the following message about the case.
 
Maybe we should all check in with his office and ask how they are "continuing to express to the Brazilian authorities the importance of adhering to the Hague Conventions." Who have they contacted and when? What was the response?
 
If he wants to claim credit for this, seems fair to ask. He can be reached at 202.224.4744 (DC) or 973.645.3030 (NJ)
 
Volume 5, Issue 7 - August 28, 2009 Menendez Message!
CONTINUING OUR FIGHT TO REUNITE SEAN GOLDMAN AND HIS FATHER
 
A Brazilian Supreme Court judge's decision surprisingly suspended a lower court order that would have reunited 9-year-old Sean Goldman with his father, David Goldman, of Tinton Falls. Just when it appeared that the agonizing wait would finally be over and this case would reach a happy conclusion, yet another hurdle was put in the way. David should know that those of us who have taken action to help his cause will not cease our advocacy - we are continuing to express to the Brazilian authorities the importance of adhering to the Hague Conventions and allowing David to regain his rightful custody of Sean. At the heart of this case is family, and this New Jersey family deserves to be reunited.