My Happy River Boy. Summer 2015.
This photo was taken weeks before River was kidnapped on Sept. 16, 2015.
River was still with me and my custody was not yet challenged. Not even fathomable, especially considering Adam Lewis abandoned River and I 8 months pregnant, and for 13 months after.
Below, is the most recent photo Adam has posted of River on his Facebook. I am guessing it’s from sometime in the last couple months.
He hasn’t updated River’s photo in almost a year, and this is the first photo I have seen of my son since March 2016. The last time I was ALLOWED TO TALK TO MY OWN SON because of Adam’s abuse of us both, was his birthday LAST YEAR, January 14, 2016. He is 3 years old now. He has been kidnapped and concealed for 17 months.
You can OBVIOUSLY SEE the sadness in his eyes in this photo since he’s been with Adam. He is weary, sad, and being mistreated. He has bags under his eyes. And very sad eyes.
Look how BRIGHT his eyes are in all the photos prior to being kidnapped by Adam and WA State!
IT’S EXTREMELY NOTICEABLE PHYSICAL DIFFERENCE ON HIS APPEARANCE!
Is it just me or is it EXTREMELY TELLING,
that my son’s social security number
and our case number
are almost the same number verbatim?!?!
River’s SS # = XXX-55-2288
Our WA Case =15-5002288 SEA
They are SELLING CHILDREN LIKE CATTLE
using their SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS
to BUY AND SELL MY BABY.
My Child IS NOT a social security number for
your human experiments!
Explain Yourselves Washington & Oregon!!
Carson vs Elrod
No bond is more precious and none should be more zealously protected by the law as the bond between parent and child 411 F Supp 645, 649, DC E. DO VA 1976
ALL MY EVIDENCE WAS SUPPRESSED, during all the trial AND hearings.
I wonder WHY?! ……because this was a Kangaroo Court.
A kangaroo court is often held to give the appearance of a fair and just trial, even though the verdict has in reality already been decided before the trial has begun.
The right of a parent not to be deprived of parental rights without a showing of fitness, abandonment or substantial neglect is so fundamental and basic as to rank among the rights contained in this Amendment (Ninth) and Utah’s Constitution, Article 1 § 1. In re U.P., 648 P 2d 1364; Utah, (1982).