Court gives fugitive mother custody

Thursday, April 3, 2008

A landmark child custody ruling has left a Czech mother relieved to be allowed to keep her son in the country, and an American father planning an appeal to have the child returned to him in the United States.

On Feb. 25, Prague 5 District Court decided that Czech citizen Veronika Horváthová, who had kidnapped her 4-year-old son Adrian from his father, California resident Pablo Santana, would be given full custody. This is the first time in Czech history that the Child Abduction Section of the Hague Convention has been used to grant custody to a parent who has kidnapped a child.

read more here.

If a father had done this the other Country would return the Child ASP back to the mother in USA. Its seem to me that in everyone of these case the mother always claim abuse by the father to keep the child with her and to justify her actions.


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