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Seeking Emily
« Reply #150 on: January 19, 2012, 01:46:29 AM »
I have created a community for Emily for the world to see and join. I am posting things on here I don't mind sharing with the world (kidnappers included), but I still have the private page as well to keep you up to date on the happenings. FYI... I haven't nor will I ever, GIVE UP. Please like my new community and let's spread the word about the crime of kidnapping and bring swift justice to those committing this crime against our children.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seeking-Emily/184489691649365

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Emily turns 4 July 5th... here is me and my boys singing for her
« Reply #151 on: July 04, 2012, 09:18:18 PM »
http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2012/07/happy-birthday-emily-this-is-me-and.html

Please follow this link, and you'll find the BLOG that has more...

thank you for everything and all your support.

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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #152 on: December 09, 2012, 09:00:59 PM »
And so the story continues... This has become the hardest thing I've ever had to deal with when I look into the eyes of my boys (Emily's brothers) and see the pain. I am working on a resolution that I hope doesn't cost any more money, but I think that may be wishful thinking. I just wish Trina would decide she wants to be a real mother to both of her children and come back to the US... at this point I'll do anything to see my baby girl and get her out of the foreign country she has been held captive without knowing she's NOT an only child.

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Finally... we have some help!!!
« Reply #153 on: December 12, 2012, 08:46:06 PM »
The U.S. Senate Resolution 543, referred to as the International Parental Child Abduction Resolution, initially sponsored before the Senate by California Senator and child advocate Barbara Boxter and co-sponsored by 27 other U.S. Senators unanimously passed in the Senate.




[/color]Online PR News – 07-December-2012 –The United States Senate has made a very clear and impressive position against the growing surge of International Parental Child Abduction of American children. On Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 Senator Barbara Boxter’s (D-CA) Senate Resolution 543 International Parental Child Abduction Resolution (Senate Resolution 543), that was co-sponsored by 27 additional Senators, passed a Senate voice vote. Resolution does so much more than condemn the horrible criminal and abusive act of parental child kidnapping, but calls for an immediate overhaul of U.S. Government policy and agency implementation on how the government will handle the criminal act of cross-border kidnapping against the nation’s greatest treasure: our defenseless children.

Senator Boxter first introduced to the Senate Resolution on August 2nd, 2012. The renowned child advocate, Senator Boxter, stated during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee Business Meeting presided over Chairman John Kerry (D-MA) that, “The International Parental Child Abduction Resolution condemns the abduction of a child by one parent to another country. It also calls on our nation and the international community to do more to resolve current and future abduction cases.” Senator Boxter also stated she “Introduced this resolution to help shine a light on child abduction and to urge immediate and sustained action to address it.”

According to recent studies and published reports by the I CARE Foundation, the number of actual international child kidnappings originating from the United States over the next ten years is expected to exceed over 100,000 children and cost the economy billions of dollars.

Senate Resolution achieves many things child abduction prevention advocates and targeted parents of abduction have been hoping would be accomplished for years: not only does the resolution clearly condemn international child abduction, but it directs various government agencies to review existing policies that have failed our nation’s children, revamping and reforming existing protocol so the growing epidemic of child kidnappings will end.
I CARE Foundation Founding Director Peter Thomas Senese stated, “I am thrilled that Senate Resolution 543 was streamlined by the Senate. Senator Boxter has a long history of protecting children. Sadly, as the number of international child kidnappings has come to light, combined with our understanding and acceptance that these cases against defenseless American children are criminal acts of conspired, heavily abusive acts of kidnapping that create incredible short-term and long-term hardship for the innocent child, today it is more evident than ever before that swift and immediate change in how these kidnapping cases must be handled. Clearly, one of the most important messages that could make change today is in ongoing abduction prevention litigation. It is my belief, and it is a message the I CARE Foundation has shared with all of our attorneys, that Senate Resolution is in fact a siren call to all judges overseeing an abduction prevention case that these cases are real, are not to be treated as child custody cases –because they are not – they are potential conspiracy to kidnap cases – and must be treated this way.
“Equally impressive is that Resolution 543 has teeth in that it calls for the review of how our federal agencies assist targeted children and parents. By calling to “review the advisory services made available to United States citizens by the United States Department of State, the United States Department of Justice, and other United States Government agencies”, the Senate Resolution 543 is not only clearly identifying but acknowledging that the existing agencies charged with protecting our nation’s children need to be overhauled in that there is a need to provide OCI with more power to act on behalf of kidnapped children. Surely, when this definitive review is conducted, there will be a clear disposition that OCI is underfunded, understaffed, and given limited power, which means as part of the Department of State, it is underutilized. Outward, the resolution calls for countries who are not members of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Abduction to become complying members of the international treaty. Presently, nations including Japan, India, and Egypt are not members of the international treaty, and few, if any children ever abducted to these nations ever are returned to the United States. Passage of SR 543 is an outstanding achievement.”

Carolyn Vlk, who is a Board of Director member of the I CARE Foundation and a Special Advisor to the Amber Watch Foundation added, “One of the most important messages of Senate Resolution 543 that I hope will transcend into the courtroom where the battlefield of abduction prevention is presently taking place is that judges who are presiding over these type of cases will realize just how serious these matters are, how difficult it is for a parent to recover their child, and how carefully plotted and schemed an actual abduction plan is. The key to protecting children from kidnapping is to not let them be stolen to begin with. I am very pleased to know that the resolution specifically calls for criminal extradition of kidnappers. I am also pleased to know that a review of government agency responsibility and interaction, such as those conducted by the Department of State’s Office of Children’s Issues, will take place. The passage of Senate Resolution 543 is a very powerful step in the right direction.”

New York based attorney and I CARE Board member Joel Walter added, “I speak on behalf of the Board of Directors of the I CARE Foundation as well as our large number of lawyers in the foundations attorney network, when I say we are loudly applaud the Senate and all Senators who have made the passage of Resolution 543 possible. In streamlining the passage of 543, many much-needed and positive messages have been sent, including a clear green-light signal for child advocate organizations such as the I CARE Foundation to move forward on an assortment of federal legislative initiatives that will help protect children from this terrible fate of abduction. And that is exactly what the I CARE Foundation’s next step is: to move forward on additional new legislative initiatives that we have been working on over the past year. One thing that we must all remember is that a stealing parent generally has severe sociopathic tendencies and chose to abusively use a child of abduction to cause severe hurt against the other parent. In certain cases, the unthinkable act of filicide exists, as parental child murder is one of the leading causes of child death in our country. Clearly, children of abduction are in highly volatile situations. SR 543 is more important than perhaps we care to talk about.”

Senator Barbara Boxer said, “I am so proud that today (Tuesday evening, December 4th, 2012) the Senate took a stand to condemn the tragic and devastating crime of child abduction,” Senator Boxer said. “This resolution is a resounding call to the international community to join together to prevent and resolve abduction cases.”

Sentiment from several key United States Senators demonstrates a reshaping of Congress’ view on international parental child abduction with intent to act.
http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/291620-1354905167-us-senate-declares-international-child-abduction-will-no-longer-be-tolerated.html


“International child abduction is a tragic situation that impacts not only the parents who are left behind but also the children who have been illegally separated from them and denied any contact,” Senator Lugar said. “Bringing greater attention to this issue is important if we are to change other governments' attitudes to these abductions.”

“International child abductions aren't faceless crimes, they're real and they're tragic,” Senator Kerry said. “The United States must condemn international abductions and work to resolve them. The international community must stand up and do all it can to make this right."
New Jersey Senator Lautenberg said, “We need to gain the support of countries around the world in condemning this practice and agreeing to cooperate in the return of abducted children. This resolution will help us prevent these tragedies in the future."

To read an analysis of Senate Resolution 543, including the resolution, please visit the I CARE Foundation’s website at: www.stopchildabduction.o rg

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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #154 on: December 23, 2012, 04:55:46 PM »
Roy, I'm hoping that Trina will find it in her heart to allow you to see (and speak) with Emily during the holiday season.  If she won't do it for you, maybe she would for your sons...Emily's brothers.  I hate that you have no contact with her.  I understand that she has fooled the system in CR, but they should, in the very least, order her to let you see Emily via Skype.  She is YOUR DAUGHTER as well, regardless of what Trina would like the world to believe.


Trina, I pray that the Lord will touch your heart this holiday season so that you can put aside these allegations and allow Emily to know her family...all of her family, not just the ones you choose to be in her life.  If not, one day when she reaches an age and finds out that her dad fought for her for years, and you kept her from not only knowing her dad, but her 2 brothers, she will resent you for what you have done to her.   She's already missed out on so much no matter what you believe. 
It takes two to make a child - a mother and a father.  Emily needs both parents in her life.  I respect any man that will step up to be a father figure in a child's life who doesn't have a willing father.  BUT, Emily does have a father who desperately wants to be a part of her life and deserves to be. 
"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: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #155 on: December 26, 2012, 09:31:49 PM »
Thanks Bree... unfortunately she fell short of doing anything but posting quotes on her "Protecting Emily" page on Facebook trying to inspire other kidnappers
(just my opinion).


I have made another plea to her, hoping this time she will respond. I truly with a heavy heart do not want to use the SR 543 to force her return, and arrest her sister for aiding and abiding. That would be the worst thing that could happen to them, and Emily would be the victim of their bad decisions again...


You can read my plea here   [size=78%]http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2012/12/dear-trina.html[/size]


Thank you to all that have stuck in there, and still give support. New tools are at our disposal, but should only be used at the last stand.


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No more Mr. Niceguy
« Reply #156 on: January 13, 2013, 09:33:08 AM »
It's been a long time and I've reached out to see if Trina and I can work this out, outside of the legal system to benefit her, and she continues to ignore me... Well, I'm writing another chapter in my fight against this crime, and this one will have a happy ending where Emily will be in my arms. As for the opposing parties, they may not be reading such a happy ending on their parts if they continue to "think" they are untouchable and out of reach from the long arm of the law...


You can read more here: [size=78%]http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/01/another-chapter-is-about-to-begin.html[/size]


Thank you and God Bless to all that understand what this means to a loving parent that has been enduring the same battle in life for the best interest of their children.


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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #157 on: January 21, 2013, 11:48:42 PM »
Just so you know who the co-conspirator in Costa Rica looks like....


http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/01/co-conspirator.html

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4 years ago today she executed her plan...
« Reply #158 on: February 02, 2013, 08:19:34 PM »
It was 4 years ago that Trina Atwell executed her plan to kidnap out daughter to Costa Rica with the help of her family and several friends. She planned it for over 4 months, and finally got the green light after her tax return came in the mail, along with the money from my bank account. I still have refrained from exposing several things that "could" be brought to light about her and her family, but I have more character than that to drag anyone through the mud... but you can read my latest BLOG about how I am feeling about this horrible anniversary I get to live every year with my boys.


http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/02/4-years-ago-crime-was-executed.html


Thank you for your continued support and prayers against the crime of child abduction. Help the SR543 help you!


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Actions Speak Louder Than Words
« Reply #159 on: February 21, 2013, 04:21:13 PM »
Hello my friends. I have recently posted another BLOG that is asking for a resolution to Trina. I have expressed that I will do anything it takes to make things right and safe for Trina to return back to the USA.  Please take a moment and read this and comment as needed if you feel I need to add more, or what your take is on this matter. As always, I need your help and support.


Thank you for everything!


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Here's the link: [size=78%]http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/02/actions-speak-louder-than-words.html[/size]

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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #160 on: March 06, 2013, 02:06:36 PM »
All I can do is to keep reaching out...


here is the latest on my BLOG: [size=78%]http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/03/reaching-out.html[/size]


Thank you for your continued support and love!

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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #161 on: April 07, 2013, 11:01:10 PM »
Anyone remember this post on here...?


I posted on my BLOG for all to see that don't read visit this website. None the less, she begs for me to work with her, says all kinds of things regarding bringing Emily back home, then after she gets the judge to overturn the deportation ruling, I never hear from her again!!!


http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/04/does-anyone-remember-this.html

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Today she turns 5 years old
« Reply #162 on: July 05, 2013, 09:00:06 PM »
Happy Birthday Emily! The only birthday I got to spend with you was when you were born... I was the first to hold you. I love you so much!!! Your brothers and I miss you with all of our hearts...


Love always and forever,


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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #163 on: August 19, 2013, 12:01:16 AM »
http://lbpblueprints.blogspot.com/2013/08/who-knew.html


New BLOG entry... will her reign of terror never end??? All I want is to get my baby back, and hold her tight in my arms. Do I ask too much?

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Re: Let's tell the whole story
« Reply #164 on: October 12, 2014, 04:11:08 PM »
Yes, I have been absent from posting here for a while, but never stop doing what I need to do...


I am about to get the Hague Access completed and if anyone can help, I would be grateful.


What I need help with is locating Trina and her husband. They still reside in Costa Rica.


Thank you!