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Child Custody / Goldman Case #955166

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 19, 2009
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Rio de Janeiro: Jeffrey Kofman) The efforts by American David Goldman to get custody of his son from the family in Brazil updated; scenes shown from Rio de Janeiro; details given of the support for Goldman's claim from the Brazilian attorney general & about how his son, Sean, wound up staying in Brazil. [GOLDMAN - says his goal is to bring his son home.] [Representative Chris SMITH - says Brazil could become a pariah state.] The rules from The Hague convention for cases like this noted. [Brazilian law professor Alexandra ULLMANN†- says the father is winning the case.]

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Kofman, Jeffrey
Duration:
00:02:10

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