Countries: India, Australia Adoption Agency: Madras Social Service Guild Orphanage (MASOS) In mid-1997 the Indian adoption agency MASOS told the Rollings that a three-year-old boy and his two-year-old sister were put up for adoption five months earlier, in October 1996, as their ‘terminally ill parents’ were unable to take care of them. Eight years later… Read more »
Category: Rollings – stolen children
Source: www.timesnow.tv 19 Mar 2010, 1232 Over the last few days TIMES NOW has been bringing you a series of investigative reports on the rampant ‘sale’ of poor Indian children to foreign couples. For the Rollings of Australia, it was a shocker when they discovered eight years after they adopted 2 Indian children that they… Read more »
Source: www.abc.net.au Broadcast: 24/02/2009 Reporter: Sally Sara What would you do if you discovered your adopted children were stolen and trafficked, and not willingly given up by their parents, as you’d believed?
Source: www.theaustralian.com.au/ Rory Callinan From: The Australian November 06, 2009 12:48AM INDIAN authorities have failed to launch any investigation into how two stolen children were adopted in Australia despite being given documentary evidence last year proving the siblings were trafficked.
Source: abc.net.au Date:2009-02-24 Dozens of children were kidnapped from the streets, their identities changed and put up for adoption.