How about a boycott of Brazilian products until they recognize parental rights! This is the same old argument, kid is abducted and settles into a family so it is in the opinion of the Big Brother state that the child stay with what he is accustomed to because it is in "Best Interest" not recognizing that child's right to his fit biological father who was denied the right to equally parent his child by an abusive mother and step father.
Custody fight for son taken to Brazil isn’t over
After reunion, dad returns home without boy: ‘He’s got to get out of there’
Feb. 16: David Goldman, the father of a 4-year-old boy taken by his mother, talks to TODAY’s Meredith Vieira about his tearful reunion with his son, and why his custody battle still continues.
Just a few days after finally being allowed to see his son for the first time in four and a half years, a New Jersey father was careening between hope and frustration at the obstacles that still stand between him and finally regaining custody.
Less than a week after being allowed two visits with his 8-year-old son, Sean, in Brazil, David Goldman told TODAY’s Meredith Vieira Monday in New York that his late former wife’s Brazilian family is doing everything it can to keep him away from Sean and undermine their relationship.
“He’s got to get out of there. The urgency is greater than ever to bring him home,” Goldman said.
He said if it were up to him, he’d still be in Brazil with Sean.
“I wanted to stay. I didn’t want to come home,” Goldman said. “I wanted to take him to school and meet his teachers and just take him out for ice cream, and none of that was allowed because these people — I don’t know what they have running through their veins.
To learn more about David Goldman’s battle to regain custody of Sean, visit bringseanhome.com.