Adrianna Maria Romero Cram

Adrianna Cram was born in Oregon, taken into state custody by Oregon at age 1, and sent to live in Mexico with her fathers relatives she'd never met when she was almost 4. She was to be adopted by her Aunt, Elizabeth Romero Marin and Uncle in Mexico. Her grandfather and teachers in Mexico repeatedly reported abuse to authorities in Mexico. Her Aunt was sentenced to 45 years.
Special Report
Date: 2005-06-13
Placement type: To be adopted
Type of abuse: Lethal physical abuse
Abuser: Other family member


Post placement


Omealca, Veracruz
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Oregon prepares to resume foreign adoptions2009-12-30
Oregon foster child's murder in Mexico prompts new laws2009-05-29
House bill seeks to protect Oregon kids adopted outside U.S.2009-05-01
Mother testifies about daughter killed while in Mexican foster home2009-04-17
Mother whose daughter was killed in foster care organizes rally2009-04-04
Foster child's death gets attention of lawmakers2009-03-16
Oregon's investigation into foster child's death ends at state line2009-03-16
A child's death in Mexico2009-03-16
Teachers' Notes2009-03-15
How The Oregonian reported this story2009-03-15
Oregon girl sent to Mexico falls through the cracks 2009-03-15
Body of girl killed in Mexico returned2008-09-23
Adrianna Maria Romero-Cram, 42008-09-19
60-day CIRT review report2005-10-01
30-day CIRT review report2005-08-18


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