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Child Custody / Goldman Case #963241

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 2009
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(Studio: Natalie Morales) Report introduced.

(Orlando: Jeff Rossen) The reunion in Brazil of David Goldman with his son Sean after a 5-year custody battle featured; scenes shown of Sean with his Brazilian family in a mob of media in Rio de Janeiro; statement from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton quoted; statistics on US/International child abductions cited. [On the plane, D. GOLDMAN – says his heart is melting; states he won’t deny his son and his Brazilian grandmother to know each other.] [Brazilian family lawyer Sergio TOSTES† {thru reporter's translation} – says this is cruel.] [International family law attorney Chris SCHMIDT†- comments on the lack of exit controls for adults leaving the US with children.] [Child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Harold KOPLEWICZ†- predicts it will be difficult for Sean to adjust.]

Reporter(s):
Morales, Natalie;
Rossen, Jeff
Duration:
00:03:30

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