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Crime: Adoption Deception #964176

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 28, 2010
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The disturbing story of a Tennessee woman sending her adopted son back to Russia noted.

(Virginia Beach, Virginia: Alina Cho) The approach of one family to dealing with violent behavior of their adopted Russian son, Roman, featured; scenes shown from the Harshaw house in Virginia Beach, Virginia; details given about the diagnosis of fetal alcohol syndrome for Roman, the family's lawsuit against the Bethany adoption agency & what the family is doing for Roman. [Parents Julie & Chip HARSHAW†- describe their son's rage & what they were told about the boy by the adoption agency.] [International adoption specialist Jane ARONSON†- says everyone needs to do their homework about adoption.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live interview held with Aronson about adoption. [ARONSON - talks about the bigger picture in adoption: that people make an informed decision; states the kids abroad are in trouble & orphans in other countries need to be protected.]

Reporter(s):
Gupta, Sanjay;
Cho, Alina
Duration:
00:06:30

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