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O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« on: February 22, 2013, 04:55:53 PM »
Caso Sean: apesar de decisão judicial,  avó diz que não há previsão para reencontrar o neto
  • Justiça americana reduziu exigências de pai biológico
  • Silvana Bianchi afirmou que ainda não há acordo
Daniela de Paula (Email · Facebook · Twitter)Publicado:22/02/13 - 12h46 Atualizado:22/02/13 - 14h36 
Sean Goldman em entrevista ao programa “Dateline”, da NBC
Foto: Reprodução de TVSean Goldman em entrevista ao programa “Dateline”, da NBC  Reprodução  de TV   RIO - Apesar de uma decisão favorável sobre o caso do menino Sean, de 12  anos, a avó materna, Silvana Bianchi, acredita que a situação está longe de se  resolver. Conforme adiantou a coluna de Ancelmo Gois, a Justiça do estado de  Nova Jersey, nos Estados Unidos, considerou inadequadas e reduziu as exigências  feitas pelo pai biológico, David Goldman, para que a avó pudesse ver o  menino:
— Continuo na expectativa, mas vou aguardar a decisão do juizado americano  porque um acordo com a família paterna está muito difícil. As exigências do pai  são absurdas. Não há interesse por parte dele de fazer um acordo. Veja tambémSegundo Silvana Bianchi, entre as obrigações que ela teria que cumprir para  encontrar o menino seria arcar com os gastos de David Goldman com processo na  Justiça e, principalmente, não falar em português com o neto.
— Estou aguardando há dois anos e três meses para encontrá-lo e até agora sem  previsões — lamentou Silvana Biachi, acrescentando que não tem notícias de Sean  desde a passagem do furacão Sandy, que varreu a costa leste dos Estados Unidos,  em outubro do ano passado.
— Nem mesmo o Ministério das Relações Exteriores sabe o novo endereço dele.  Sean se mudou no período das tempestades e, desde então, não tenho notícias.  Tive que mandar o presente de Natal para o psicólogo. Não sei nem se ele recebeu  porque não recebi nem um obrigado. Precisamos saber como está este menino. Ele  tem uma irmã de 4 anos que sempre pergunta por ele. Para ela, ele é um irmão  virtual.
No dia 7 de fevereiro, o Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF) negou três pedidos de  habeas corpus apresentados pela família brasileira de Sean Goldman para tentar  trazer o menino de volta ao Brasil. Na prática, a decisão permite que ele  continue nos EUA com o pai biológico, David Goldman, e encerra a discussão pelo  Supremo do caso que ganhou contornos diplomáticos. A família brasileira do  menino tentava, por meio dos habeas corpus, anular decisão da Justiça Federal do  Rio de Janeiro ordenando que o menino fosse entregue a Goldman, nos EUA. A ida  do menino foi determinada pela Justiça a pedido do pai depois que mãe, Bruna  Bianchi, morreu no Brasil. Ela havia se separado de Goldman e mudado com a  criança para o Rio.
A avó e o padrasto de Sean ainda discutem a decisão em diversos recursos nos  tribunais. A mãe de Sean, Bruna Bianchi, veio para o Brasil em 2004 e  divorciou-se de David Goldman. Em 2008, ela morreu por complicações no parto da  filha que teve com o segundo marido, o advogado João Paulo Lins e Silva. O  padrasto conseguiu a guarda provisória do menino, mas o pai biológico entrou com  ação na Justiça Federal alegando sequestro, o que levou o assunto a ganhar  repercussão internacional
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If Sean: Despite court ruling, grandmother says that there is no provision to recover the grandson
U.S. court reduced requirements biological father
Silvana Bianchi said there is still no agreement

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Published: 22/02/13 - 12h46

Updated: 22/02/13 - 14h36

Sean Goldman in interview on "Dateline," NBC Photo: Play TV

Sean Goldman in interview on "Dateline," NBC TV playback

 
RIO - Despite a favorable decision on the case of Sean, 12, the maternal grandmother, Silvana Bianchi, believes that the situation is far from resolved. As said the column Ancelmo Gois, Justice of the state of New Jersey, in the United States, considered inadequate and reduced the demands made by the biological father, David Goldman, that the grandmother could see the boy:

- I keep hoping, but I will await the decision of the American court because an agreement with the paternal family is very difficult. The demands of the father are absurd. There is no interest on his part to make a deal.


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According Silvana Bianchi, among the obligations that it would have to meet to find the boy would bear the expenses of David Goldman with the Justice process, and especially not speak Portuguese with his grandson.

- I'm waiting for two years and three months to find it and so far no predictions - Silvana Biachi lamented, adding that he has not heard from Sean since Hurricane Sandy, who swept the east coast of the United States in October of the year past.

- Not even the Foreign Ministry knows his new address. Sean moved during storms, and since then, I have news. I had to send a Christmas present for the psychologist. Do not even know if he received because I did not receive even a thank you. We need to know how this boy is. He has a sister 4 years who always asks for it. For her, it is a virtual brother.

On 7 February, the Federal Supreme Court (STF) denied three applications for habeas corpus presented by the Brazilian family of Sean Goldman to try to bring the boy back to Brazil. In practice, the decision allows him to continue in the U.S. with his biological father, David Goldman, and ends the discussion of the case by the Supreme gained diplomatic contours. The Brazilian family of the boy tried, through habeas corpus, annul the decision of the Federal Court of Rio de Janeiro ordering the boy was handed to Goldman, USA. The way the boy was determined by the Court at the request of his father after his mother, Bruna Bianchi, died in Brazil. She had separated from Goldman and moved with the child to Rio

The grandmother and stepfather of Sean also discuss the decision in the courts on various resources. Sean's mother, Bruna Bianchi, came to Brazil in 2004 and divorced David Goldman. In 2008, she died from complications in childbirth of daughter she had with her second husband, the lawyer Joao Paulo Lins e Silva. The stepfather got temporary custody of the boy, but the biological father has filed suit in Federal Court alleging kidnapping, which took the issue to gain international recognition


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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2013, 07:12:12 PM »
Sounds as if she still thinks Sean is being kept locked in a closet somewhere.  He's happy - that's all you need to know until you decide to play nice.   

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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2013, 07:34:43 PM »
"He has a sister 4 years who always asks for it. For her, it is a virtual brother."

Oh yeah, Silvana, well, Sean has a DAD who you assisted in removing from Sean's life for 5 YEARS!  David wasn't given any courtesy by your family, so suck it up!
"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: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #3 on: May 20, 2013, 07:14:22 PM »
The people still thinks that are good and bad people in this case. The Americans think that is the mother's family and the Brazilians think that it the absent father. It's difficult to judge when you just know one side of the story. For me, the most affected was the boy. In the both case, he lost and he still loosing part of the family with this dispute. His family is the BOTH sides. Not just the father or mother's family, but both.

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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2013, 09:43:00 PM »

Why didn't the family see it that way while Sean was in Brazil?  Why did they refuse to let him see his son?  Why should they be trusted now?

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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #5 on: May 20, 2013, 11:42:22 PM »
...he still loosing part of the family...


I'm not so sure that I would want a grandmother and a step-father who have been called kidnappers by the Brazilian courts to be considered part of my "family".  Would you? People in this forum have heard both sides of the story!


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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #6 on: May 21, 2013, 07:22:05 AM »
What amazes me is that with all the information and official documentation out there to read - people think there is still only one side to the story.  It's not a story, it was and still is a factual account about the fundamental rights of parents/children, and a legal, international nightmare.

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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2013, 01:53:08 PM »
Speaking as a left behind parent and hearing other stories. We struggle with the family in two countries issue. The foreign family has broken the bond of trust and has done nothing to rebuild it. It is truly valid fear that the entire ordeal could be rehashed if Sean was to travel back into Brazil. The Brazil family took 5 years away from a Father-Son relationship that can be never given back. If Sean's Brazil family wants to see him, they can travel to the US. It is not like they don't have the financial resources. Sean should remain in the care of his father until he is of age where he can decide for himself.
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Re: O Globo - If Sean - 22/02/2013
« Reply #8 on: May 21, 2013, 03:48:19 PM »
There is a saying that goes "There are none so blind that those who will not see".  I think there are some that just refuse to believe what is right in front of them.  Unfortunately, they can't be helped.

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O Globo If Sean 22/02
« Reply #9 on: December 11, 2014, 12:13:54 PM »
When Sean said our community was geeky, I guess he meant Rook.

Awesome interview, though. Cheers.