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Offline NoansDad

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What little I see of my son
« on: August 11, 2011, 08:10:16 PM »
I waited nearly 11 months before finally an appellate court judge ruled (and then had to force) to overturn a judges rule that it was not in Noan's best interests to see his father. I see Noan 15 minutes a night, sometimes more before my wife (or her mother) will finish the session even as Noan says he wants more.

My case, and as far as I know another being heard by the same judge in Rio are just sitting and waiting for our judge to work out what to do. The year anniversary of Noan being taken was earlier this week. That is a whole year, much less than others have already lost, but more time than anyone should ever have to be extorted over their child. The new computer system they are trying to use for all Federal cases is abysmal. I cannot access half the details of my case, the AGU went months with no access and I don't know if they still have access (or if they care). And it is not just my case , it appears every single Federal case trying to use this system have the same problem.

I can tell you. I simply cannot wait for the World Cup and the Olympics to start. Forget about the poor LBP wanting to show how nothing in Brasil works and how it still remains for all intents and purposes 3rd world. The country will make a great display of that during these events. If they can't get their own Judicial computer system to work what will they do when the world comes to try and get something to work in Brasil, It will be an embarrassment for Brasilians all over the world.

And this is my growing little man. The moment when he says 'God Bless you Dad" after I sneeze lifted my spirits so much. He will never forget and he will never want to forget his Dad. She will never take that way from him. Never.

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Offline StrngConviction

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Re: What little I see of my son
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2011, 08:51:38 PM »
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 Your time will come .....
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Offline Diane

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Re: What little I see of my son
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2011, 09:06:05 AM »
Do these abductors not realize that their sins are being documented,  and they will have confronted with very angry children at some point in the future.   Keep this forum going and they can see it here,  facebook, legal records.   Save everything.   Meanwhile,  I pray that somehow justice will prevail in your case, and others in Brazil and that Little Noan will have all the time he needs to be, with his beloved Dad.

Offline Nicole's Dad

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Re: What little I see of my son
« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2011, 02:36:24 PM »
As much as these abductors would like to see it, these children never forget their parents. He may young now but he will not be young forever and he already knows who his Papai is. You are right. She will never be able to take that from him. This should motivate you even more to keep fighting and NEVER EVER give up on your child. He will see all of this valiant effort you put in to help him one day and he will come to you and be forever grateful for it. Keep it up and keep going. DON'T EVER GIVE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: What little I see of my son
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2011, 07:35:13 PM »
Do these abductors not realize that their sins are being documented,  and they will have confronted with very angry children at some point in the future.   Keep this forum going and they can see it here,  facebook, legal records.   Save everything.   Meanwhile,  I pray that somehow justice will prevail in your case, and others in Brazil and that Little Noan will have all the time he needs to be, with his beloved Dad.
That is the truth Diane. These parent abductors don't even realise the fate they are binding to themselves. The truth always prevails.  Maybe not in the time we want but God is a justful and vengeful God and watches over all his children.  At night I also pray for Dylan's Mother to come to her senses, for Dylan to later dislike be disgusted by or even worse "hate"his Mother is even further deprivation.  He's been thru enough, I truly don't get it.
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Offline MaraVitta

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Re: What little I see of my son
« Reply #5 on: September 01, 2011, 03:45:38 PM »
I'm happy to see that your case is in progress, although the feeling that it's 'too little, too late' won't fade. The most important thing is never give up, and I'm sure it will help you to keeo fighting.
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Offline momoftwo

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Re: What little I see of my son
« Reply #6 on: September 02, 2011, 05:30:20 PM »
How adorable!!  I love it...father and son being boys together :)  So cute...

You are so right that a year is FAR too long for a parent to be involuntarily separated from his child...I bet you look so forward to these nightly "visits," as unnatural and bittersweet as they may be :)  I know Noan misses his dad so much...what a horrible, horrible mom to do this to both of you.  As long as this has been going on for my own brother, every new case and every new insult never ceases to appall and surprise me.  But, all the previous posts are correct...he will KNOW one day and then she will be the one paying for her own actions...