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What Really Happened in Cambodia by Richard Cross, Federal Senior Special Agent, US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Human Trafficking Unit, case agent in "Operation Broken Hearts," the Cambodian Adoption Investigation. This educational presentation was given at Cumberland School of Law, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama on April 15, 2005, as a part of the educational Rushton Distinquished Lecture Series: Reforming Intercountry Adoption: Present Realities and Future Prospects. Mr. Cross discusses the Operation Broken Hearts investigation which led to the successful international adoption-related felony conviction of two Americans, involved in facilitating more than 700 adoptions from Cambodia. To download the video follow this link


Semantics in the words written as "Law"

Which came first, "Baby-Buying" or "Child Trafficking"?  Seems to me, you can't have one without the other.  However, Americans seem to disagree on many uses of words, acts and deeds that all relate to sex, don't we?

It's an election year in the USA... can we afford to have much more turning of words to fit "special interests" that are literally destroying families?

and more on semantics

And what used to be called a baby broker, is now called an adoption facilitator. What was once seen as excessive and considered reason for years of investigation, now seems to be common practice.

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