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I want to get riled up, to get angry that 'Baby' Veronica has been returned to the adoptive parents. But I can't. I knew the story would take this turn, would end up in this way with the Capobiancos, the family who had custody for her first two years of ...
Bloger Her · 9/24/2013
Dusten Brown, father of “Baby Veronica,” as the media has dubbed her, and over whom there is an adoption dispute, turned himself to the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Department in Oklahoma on Monday morning. He also declined to be extradited …
Guardian LV · 8/14/2013
Baby Veronica’s birth mother has filed a voluntary dismissal of a federal lawsuit against the Cherokee Nation and the U.S. government, which requested that parts of the Indian Child Welfare Act be declared unconstitutional, attorneys in the case ...
Tulsa World · 4/9/2014
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“We’re talking about what happens to people who share with us an extremely important identity. And that identity is the identity of free citizens in a Republic…" - Dr. William Allen, former Chair, US Commission on Civil Rights Veronica's future rests ...
Salem-News · 4/15/2013
Like many of you here in Charleston, I've followed the Baby Veronica case with great interest. And like many of you, when I first heard this morning that Veronica's biological father Dusten Brown had surrendered to authorities in Oklahoma to be extradited ...
Charleston City Paper · ByChris Haire · 9/6/2013
The adoptive parents of Baby Veronica are in Oklahoma, planning to take their daughter back home to South Carolina. The couple held a news conference at a downtown Tulsa hotel Wednesday morning. Following the news conference, Oklahoma Gov. Mary …
ABC 13 · 8/14/2013
Dusten Brown, biological father of "Baby Veronica," held a news conference on Thursday to publicly state he would no longer be seeking legal custody of his daughter. Brown released the following statement on the "Standing our Ground for Veronica Brown ...
HNGN · 10/10/2013
Leaders from Oklahoma's Five Civilized Tribes met in Tulsa Thursday. The Indian Child Welfare Act was a huge topic of discussion. Many tribal leaders fear the "Baby Veronica" custody case will have a negative impact on a law that means so much to Indian ...
Klahoma's Own Channel 9 · 10/11/2013
Native leaders say a Sept. 12th Alaska Supreme Court ruling in a case involving a Yup’ik child will cause higher numbers of Native children to be cut off from their families and culture. The state says the decision in Tununuk vs the state of Alaska will ...
Ktoo · 10/2/2014
Corrected: The 4-year-old girl known as Baby Veronica is back with her adoptive parents after the Oklahoma Supreme Court lifted a stay (PDF) that had kept the child with her father, Dusten Brown. Matt and Melanie Capobianco of Charleston, S.C., initiated ...
ABA Journal · ByDebra Cassens · 9/24/2013