Korean Twins re-united after decades!

Please tell me that I am not the only one who vomited green, gray glob after hearing this story.
It was described as a miracle.
Two young Korean girls are adopted by two different families at the same time, but alias they are re-united decades later.
Twins have a unique bond from birth. Separating them is a crime worst than lying on your home study.

The families keep track of each other via Facebook, sharing pictures of their adopted daughters.
One father said he noticed that the girls looked similar, and SUSPECTED that they were TWINS.

Hey bright one, and you did nothing about it.
So the happy separate families live their lives knowing it is a fraud.
Uggggg. The AP's are content that they have a child to call their own. Don't want to upset that beautiful apple cart, for the best interest of the child.

Shame on the Korean Adoption Authorities.
Split up a pair of twins and get twice the money.

These two have a life time of catch-up.
Another sad story of Adoption Corruption.


Identical Strangers coupled with No Apologies

"Bernstein says she had hoped Neubauer would apologize for separating the twins. Instead, he showed no remorse and offered no apology.
Neubauer has rarely spoken about the study. But in the mid-1990s, he did talk about it with Wright, the author of Twins.
[Neubauer] insisted that at the time, it was a matter of scientific consensus that twins were better off separated at birth and raised separately," Wright says. "I never found anything in the literature to support that.
The author also says Neubauer was "unapologetic" about the study, even though he admits that the project raised ethical question about whether one has a right to or should separate identical twins.
"It is very difficult to answer. It is for these reasons that these studies don't take place," Neubauer told Wright.
Wright says that no such study will ever be done again — nor should it. But he acknowledges that it would be very interesting to learn what this study has to teach us.
[From: 'Identical Strangers' Explore Nature Vs. Nature, (http://poundpuplegacy.org/node/11276 ) 2007]

"No apologies"

Yep, for those children hurt (and haunted) by the actions done within Adoptionland, that formal written conclusion reads just about right.....

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