Monday, March 11, 2013

Adoptive Parents Forced to Return Daughter Despite the Fact Birth Mother Doesn't Want Her

Topographic map of South Korea. Created with G...
Topographic map of South Korea. Created with GMT from SRTM data. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
A Chicago couple duped into believing their adoption of a Korean baby was legal are being forced to return the nine-month-old to her country of birth tomorrow despite the fact no-one wants her there. 

Jinshil, 49, a South Korea native who was raised in the U.S., and her husband Christopher Duquet, 55, had desperately wanted a second baby. 

They went to South Korea to find their little girl named Sehwa Kim after adopting their first child in the country.

Sehwa's birth mother, who lives in a homeless shelter for unwed mothers, relinquished all rights to her child in the adoption in June and says she still doesn't want anything to do with the baby. 

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