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nj1234:
Just some random thoughts/observations:

1. Healing takes time and in this case calls for privacy. Clearly from what little information and news that we have seen so far the healing is beginning and will progress in time. I am impressed with how NBC has respected the privacy given that they have been provided exclusive opportunities to an inside angle of this story in recent days. Everyone should have the same respect and allow the healing to progress.

2. Regardless of what may have been right, Joao Paulo Lins e Silva was the one who had temporary custody of the minor. He is now interestingly absent from the Brazilian News coverage, has chosen not to parade in front of the media at the family press conferences, has not made any statements to the media, etc. Is this because he really never had an interest and was just doing this for the now deceased wife and grandmother, because he realizes it is now over and he needs to move on, because he is so grieved that he is unable to function, because he needs to protect himself from any potential backlash which may damage his legal business and career, or ??? In any case he appears to have been absent from the scene since the transfer of custody, perhaps this is a good thing.

3. Silvana presented an argument in an open letter to the president of ffice:smarttags" />

jlpoag:

--- Quote from: nj1234;60676 ---Just some random thoughts/observations:

1. Healing takes time and in this case calls for privacy. Clearly from what little information and news that we have seen so far the healing is beginning and will progress in time. I am impressed with how NBC has respected the privacy given that they have been provided exclusive opportunities to an inside angle of this story in recent days. Everyone should have the same respect and allow the healing to progress.

2. Regardless of what may have been right, Joao Paulo Lins e Silva was the one who had temporary custody of the minor. He is now interestingly absent from the Brazilian News coverage, has chosen not to parade in front of the media at the family press conferences, has not made any statements to the media, etc. Is this because he really never had an interest and was just doing this for the now deceased wife and grandmother, because he realizes it is now over and he needs to move on, because he is so grieved that he is unable to function, because he needs to protect himself from any potential backlash which may damage his legal business and career, or ??? In any case he appears to have been absent from the scene since the transfer of custody, perhaps this is a good thing.

3. Silvana presented an argument in an open letter to the president of ffice:smarttags" />

ronsloan:
Thanks for your intelligent and insightful summary.

stevc519:
can you elaborate on CBS picking the wrong horse in the race. I am not cbs's biggest fan and would like to know how and why they could not possibly want a father and son being reunited.

LukieD:
I agree, well done. PLEASE everyone who reads this board sign up for the email subscription list so we can notify you of our plans for the BSH Foundation.

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