1. Peter Dodds Peter Dodds United States says:

    I was adopted to the U.S. from a German orphanage, one of 10,000 German children adopted by Americans during the Cold War. In this TV interview I discuss international adoption from a unique perspective, the experience of the foreign-child adopted into America, and harm caused when removing children from their native countries and cultures..

    International adoption is an industry filled with documented and on-going patterns of adoption agency corruption, re-homing, baby stealing, child trafficking, coercion of the biological parents and legal violations. The corruption and abuse are so widespread and pervasive that nearly half the 40 countries listed by the U.S. State Department as the top sources for international adoption from 1995-2008 temporarily halted adoptions or were prevented from sending children to the United States.

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