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Offline Grace

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #15 on: June 01, 2010, 04:01:41 PM »
This video made me so mad! None of these people remembered the father's rights! Nobody asked the right questions. It's all emotional, it's all about how the father doesn't send money and how he won't visit the son....and they ignore the Hague Convention. They are all kissing her a$$ and none of them question her! Bunch of idiots!

"he can come whenever he wants....and help me"

Yep Hilma, it's just a 5 minute commute from the US, right?
She sleeps with her son every night? Not healthy.
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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #16 on: June 02, 2010, 08:03:26 AM »
"he can come whenever he wants...."

This one is the most infuriating and they all (almost) say it.

Translation: I am not a bad person. I did not kidnap my child(ren). How can you charge me with a crime? You can visit them whenever you want! I just want to be around my parents, my family, in my country.

... wallowing in my selfishness.
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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2011, 03:53:49 PM »
http://www.brazilianvoice.com/bv_noticias/bv_comunidade/41275-Jogadora-vlei-ficar-com-filho-final-processo-Brasil.html
Jogadora de vôlei ficará com filho até o final do processo no Brasil
 
Em abril do ano passado, a ministra Nancy Andrigui, do Superior Tribunal de Justiça (STJ), decidiu que a ex-jogadora da seleção brasileira de vôlei, Hilma Aparecida Caldeira, deve ficar com seu filho em Minas Gerais até o final da disputa judicial com seu ex-marido, o norte-americano Kelvin Birotte. A briga pela criança K., de 5 anos, nascida nos Estados Unidos, começou em 2006, quando Birotte acusou Hilma de sequestro internacional de criança. A jogadora deixou os EUA quando o filho tinha apenas 1 ano de idade.

A decisão do STJ foi resultado de um mandado de segurança apresentado por Hilma depois de decisão da Justiça Federal de Minas Gerais, que em 14 de abril do ano passado determinou que o filho fosse devolvido ao pai. Ela ficará com a guarda da criança até que o Tribunal Regional Federal (TRF) decida de forma definitiva quem deve ficar com o menor, segundo o portal eletrônico Último Segundo.

Ela foi medalhista de bronze com a seleção brasileira nas Olimpíadas de Atenas em 1996.

Hilma, atualmente residente em Belo Horizonte, capital mineira, não tem aparecido em público desde que o caso tornou-se destaque na mídia. Ela não fugiu, disse Gilberto Antônio Guimarães à página eletrônica G1. “Ela não criará obstáculos. Ela não está desaparecida ou escondida, apenas tomando algum tempo em sua casa para absorver o momento”.

A ex-jogadora levou o filho ao Brasil em 2006 para visitar parentes e, então, permaneceu de vez no país, preenchendo no mesmo ano o pedido de divórcio e custódia de Kelvin, segundo o pai da criança.

Em entrevista, o chefe de cozinha Kelvin Birotte, 43 anos, residente em Houston, Texas, disse à Associated Press que a última vez que viu seu filho foi durante uma audiência judicial em 2007, quando o menino tinha 1 ano e meio de idade.

A determinação de que a criança seja entregue ao pai foi baseada na Convenção de Haia, no que diz respeito ao sequestro internacional de crianças, segundo Orna Blum, porta-voz da Embaixada dos Estados Unidos. Já quem terá direito à custódia permanente será decido posteriormente pela justiça norte-americana.

Birotte disse que se inspirou no caso David Goldman, residente em Tinton Falls (NJ), que depois de uma longa batalha na justiça, conseguiu a custódia do filho, Sean, de 9 anos. A disputa durou 5 anos entre as autoridades brasileiras e norte-americanas. Os dois norte-americanos nunca se encontraram, mas Birotte disse que enviou algumas mensagens de apoio via e-mail a Goldman.

O representante John Culberson, R-Texas, disse através de um comunicado ao ABC News que seu escritório havia sido notificado pelo Departamento de Estado das intenções de Caldeira de apelar a determinação da Corte de retornar o menor aos EUA.

“Passamos essa informação ao Sr. Birotte e faremos todo o possível para garantir um reencontro seguro entre pai e filho”, disse Culberson.

Essa não é a vida que Birotte imaginava quando conheceu Caldeira em Las Vegas há vários anos. Ele trabalhava como chefe de cozinha no Caesar’s Palace e ela de férias na companhia de amigos e o parou na rua para pedir informações, quando ele caminhava em direção a um clube em Vegas. Eles casaram-se em dezembro de 2004. Kelvin nasceu no ano seguinte.

“Viajamos várias vezes ao Brasil”, disse Birotte. “O batismo dele (seu filho) aconteceu lá (Brasil)”.

As crises conjugais tornaram-se cada vez mais intensas. Ela estava aborrecida porque ele não bebia, disse ele, e também devido às longas horas como chefe de cozinha que o mantinha longe de casa tempo demais. Entretanto, Birotte disse que nunca imaginou que sua esposa sequestrasse seu próprio filho.

Em abril de 2006, Birotte disse que assinou um papel autorizando Caldeira, que possuía o Green Card temporário, a levar seu filho ao Brasil numa viagem de 3 meses de visita à família. Quando ele conversou com sua esposa em junho, quase 1 mês antes de retornarem à Las Vegas, Caldeira disse que precisava ficar mais tempo no Brasil, em parte para ajudar na convalescência de um parente.

“Ela disse que precisava ficar mais tempo, que ela não retornaria”, disse ele. “Eu quis que ela voltasse para o seu aniversário (do filho)”.

Ele contatou um advogado e a Embaixada do Brasil, em Washington – DC. A Embaixada o aconselhou a dar o tempo que ela precisava, entretanto, disse ele, esse tempo foi utilizado para manter Kelvin no país por 4 meses, período necessário exigido pelo Governo para que seja estabelecida a residência de uma criança cujo pelo menos um dos pais é brasileiro. Kelvin tornou-se oficialmente cidadão brasileiro em outubro de 2006.

Birotte deixou seu emprego no Caesar’s Palace, entregou o apartamento em Las Vegas e mudou-se de volta para sua nativa Houston (TX), para acompanhar o caso mais de perto, uma vez que foi onde Caldeira pegou o voo rumo ao Brasil. Ele voltou a trabalhar como chefe de cozinha, mas alertou seu novo patrão que poderá deixar os Estados Unidos a qualquer momento para pegar seu filho.

A última vez que Birotte viu Kelvin foi em 2007, quando o menino tinha 19 meses de idade, durante uma audiência na Corte

google translate
Volleyball player will stay with the child at the end of the process in Brazil
 

In April last year, Minister Nancy Andrigui, the Superior Court of Justice (STJ), decided that the former player of the Brazilian volleyball, Hilma Caldeira Ali must stay with her child in Minas Gerais to end the legal dispute with her ex-husband, U.S. Kelvin Birotte. The fight for child K., 5 years old, born in the United States, began in 2006 when Birotte accused Dilma of international kidnapping of children. The player left the U.S. when his son was only 1 year old.

The Supreme Court's decision was the result of a writ of mandamus filed by Hilma after court ruling Federal de Minas Gerais, on April 14 last year determined that the child was returned to his father. She'll be with the child's custody until the Federal Court (TRF) to decide definitively who should have the lowest, according to the electronic portal Last Second.

She was bronze medalist with the Brazilian team at the Athens Olympics in 1996.

Hilma, currently living in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais capital, has not appeared in public since the case became prominent in the media. She did not flee, "said Gilberto Antônio Guimarães webpage to G1. "It will not create obstacles. She is not missing or hidden, just taking some time at his home to absorb the moment. "

The former player took his son to Brazil in 2006 to visit relatives and then remained in the country once, filling the same year filed for divorce and custody of Kelvin, the second child's father.

In an interview, the head chef Kelvin Birotte, 43 years, residing in Houston, Texas, told The Associated Press that the last time she saw her son was during a court hearing in 2007, when the boy was 1 year and a half old.

The determination that the child is delivered to the father was based in the Hague Convention regarding the international abduction of children, according to Orna Blum, a spokesman for the U.S. Embassy. For those who have the right to permanent custody will be decided later by the U.S. justice system.

Birotte said he was inspired in case David Goldman, a resident of Tinton Falls (NJ), who after a long legal battle, got custody of his son, Sean, age 9. The dispute lasted five years between the Brazilian authorities and the U.S.. The two Americans have never met, but some Birotte said he sent messages of support via e-mail to Goldman.

Representative John Culberson, R-Texas, said in a statement to ABC News that his office had been notified by the State Department's intentions Boiler appeal the determination of the court to return the child to the U.S..

"We passed this information to Mr. Birotte and we will do everything possible to ensure a safe reunion between father and son," said Culberson.

This is not the life I imagined when Birotte Boiler met in Las Vegas several years ago. He worked as a chef at Caesar's Palace and her vacation with friends and stopped in the street to ask for directions as he walked toward a club in Vegas. They married in December 2004. Kelvin was born the following year.

"We traveled to Brazil several times," said Birotte. "The baptism of him (his son) happened there (Brazil)."

The marital crises became increasingly intense. She was upset because he did not drink, he said, and due to long hours as a chef who kept him away from home too long. However, Birotte said he never imagined that his wife abducted his son.

In April 2006, Birotte said it signed a paper authorizing Caldeira, who had the temporary green card, to take his son on a trip to Brazil for three months to visit family. When he talked to his wife in June, almost one month before returning to Las Vegas, Caldera said he needed to stay longer in Brazil, partly to assist in convalescence from a relative.

"She said she needed to stay longer, she would not return," he said. "I wanted her to come back for her birthday (the child)."

He contacted a lawyer and the Embassy of Brazil in Washington - DC. The embassy advised him to take the time she needed, however, he said, that time was used to keep Kelvin in the country for four months, a period required by the Government must be established for the residence of a child whose at least one parent is Brazilian. Kelvin officially became a Brazilian citizen in October 2006.

Birotte left his job at Caesar's Palace, handed an apartment in Las Vegas and moved back to his native Houston (TX) to monitor the case closely, since that was where the boiler took flight bound for Brazil. He returned to work as a chef, but warned his new boss that could leave the United States at any time to pick up his son.

The last time he saw Kelvin was in 2007 when the boy was 19 months old, during a hearing at the Court.
« Last Edit: June 06, 2011, 07:00:14 AM by M.Capestro »

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #18 on: June 05, 2011, 06:36:48 PM »
More of the same lies that kidnappers use to abduct their children to Brazil, or elsewhere.  Nothing new here.

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #19 on: June 06, 2011, 11:03:52 AM »
Seems like I've heard this exact same thing before from my ex-wife. Unfortunately, some people will not like what I have to say on this but it is the generational society on how these people were raised and where they were raised at. In a country that supposedly supports and promotes family, this should not be happening. You see people it's the cultural differences in this country and their country. Get mad and fly off the handle all you want but the facts are what they are but just remember a famous quote by one the greatest leaders ever in the history of the world.

"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty."

If you harbor or allow child kidnappers to reside in your country without due process and let them just do whatever just because they are citizens and you do not properly investigate and apply the evidence according to LAW, you should pay the price.

The only way to get Brazil and any other nation's attention is to start digging in their back pockets. These people are narcissitic, self serving and sick. And their own government can't pull their head out of the sand long enough to see it themselves.

The only true justice to them will come in the form of their own children's rebellion against them later on in life. Then they will ask their own children, why are you doing this? I was only trying to do what was right. Yeah you idiot. Right for yourself. Not your child. When you become a parent, it does not give you the right to control your child and their whereabouts without due process. There is another parent that is an intrical part of the child's life that should always be taken into consideration. Control freaks. Every one of these people fit the same profile.
 

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #20 on: June 08, 2011, 08:46:08 PM »
how do all these cases end up in front of Judge Nancy Andrigui? She should be disqualified from ever hearing another Hague case after some of her rulings.

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #21 on: June 09, 2011, 05:13:10 AM »
I only hope that someday everyone hearing, watching, and ruling on these cases comes to recognize the profile here...a selfish parent who obviously planned the abduction of their child, and who will come to defend it with an emotional plea that they didn't actually KIDNAP them...after all, now that it's all out in the open, the other parent can come and help out in my country if they want to...


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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #23 on: June 18, 2011, 08:24:59 PM »
I only hope that someday everyone hearing, watching, and ruling on these cases comes to recognize the profile here...a selfish parent who obviously planned the abduction of their child, and who will come to defend it with an emotional plea that they didn't actually KIDNAP them...after all, now that it's all out in the open, the other parent can come and help out in my country if they want to...

Whatever helps them sleep better at night.....let's just call a spade a spade.   A parent kidnaps their child, and their country allows them to get away with it.   Parental abduction is a selfish and cowardly act.   Those guilty of it are small and pathetic.  They are kidnappers, plain and simple.   

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #24 on: June 19, 2011, 11:34:32 AM »
Hilma's battle
http://www.istoe.com.br/reportagens/69700_A+BATALHA+DE+HILMA?pathImagens=&path=&actualArea=internalPage

"Para o STJ, indícios de que está inserido “em ambiente que lhe assegura, com absoluta prioridade, nos termos do art. 4º do ECA (Estatuto da Criança e do Adolescente), a efetivação dos direitos referentes à vida plena, à saúde, à alimentação, à educação, ao esporte, ao lazer, à cultura, à dignidade, ao respeito, à liberdade e à convivência familiar e comunitária”, escreveu a ministra Nancy Aldrighi no veredicto."

So I guess you've never heard of the Hague Convention, have you Minister Andrighi? Simply pathetic that this woman is permitted to rule in these Hague cases. She blatantly ignores it time and time again. If anyone from the US State Dept/OCI reads this forum, it might occur to you that Brazil will never be compliant with the Hague as long as judges like this one handle these cases.

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #25 on: June 19, 2011, 02:46:58 PM »
someone knows how I can post a new topic?

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #26 on: June 20, 2011, 04:26:16 PM »
Kelvin and his son

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #27 on: June 20, 2011, 05:59:34 PM »
someone knows how I can post a new topic?


Choose and click on the forum where you want to start the new thread (Main Abduction Forum, Main Forum Goldman, International Abduction Cases, etc), click on "New Topic" at the top of the page and type the name of the new thread and then make your post. It's pretty straight forward Marcos.

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Re: Hilma denies kidnapping on Brazil's "Today"
« Reply #28 on: June 20, 2011, 08:31:21 PM »
how do all these cases end up in front of Judge Nancy Andrigui? She should be disqualified from ever hearing another Hague case after some of her rulings.

Amen to that, and probably one of the most important issues that Special Advisor for Children's Issues Ambassador Susan Jacobs blue ribbon committee should be raising with Brazil.  Andrigui is a hopelessly corrupt and incompetent jurist.

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« Reply #29 on: June 20, 2011, 09:14:16 PM »
someone knows how I can post a new topic?


Choose and click on the forum where you want to start the new thread (Main Abduction Forum, Main Forum Goldman, International Abduction Cases, etc), click on "New Topic" at the top of the page and type the name of the new thread and then make your post. It's pretty straight forward Marcos.
thanks,I already made a new topic