Wednesday, August 21, 2013

To Lori Alvino McGill

The picture is a screen shot of the Facebook Message I received from Lori Alvino McGill – the attorney representing, Christy Maldonado, Veronica Brown’s Birth Mother, in the case Adoptive Couple vs. Baby Veronica.  (But please do not refer to her as a baby.  She isn’t one.  Miss Veronica is a much better choice for this almost four year old little girl.)

Here is the text of her message . . .

**Should point out that Dusten/Dustin's atty spelled Christy!s name wrong in court papers in OK after he learned of adoption.**

Here is the link she left . . .


And here is my response . . .

Lori,

I am a bit baffled why you, as an attorney for the Birth Mother in this case, would find it productive to message me in an attempt to discredit Dusten Brown and his fight for his daughter, Veronica.  I have been very vocal in several cases that involve the fight for Father’s rights, but this is the first time I have ever had an attorney resort to Facebook Messages to try and discredit a father for his fight for his own child.

And, honestly, if you were hoping this action of yours would sway my opinion, you obviously have no clue that everything I stand for, fight for, and believe in is in complete contrast to what you are representing.

I understand your message to me was quick and simple and was meant to serve one purpose . . .make me doubt Dusten Brown and his right to keep and raise his daughter, Veronica.  But, to me, the fact that you sent it in the first place, said a whole lot more than what your quick, simple sentence ever could.

You don’t know me or what I already know about the adoption industry and those, like you, who defend it.  But you assumed, off of a comment I left on a news station story, that I was one who would not question why an attorney was personally messaging me through Facebook, of all places, to try and taint the reputation of one who is in disagreement with the client you represent.
  
You obviously didn’t stop to question, or even look into, my experience or knowledge with the multi-billion dollar adoption industry.  Instead, you assumed, messaging me a mere repeat of the lies and deceptions that have been a part of this case from the start would be enough to sway me to the side of your client, Christy Maldonado and the couple she gave Veronica away to, the Capobiancos.

But, since you did choose to contact me and engage me, perhaps you will be willing to answer some questions for me.

--What exactly are you trying to accomplish by claiming Dusten’s attorneys misspelled Christy’s name on paperwork filed AFTER he learned she was trying to give his daughter away for adoption without his consent?  (Which I would love to know the source of this “fact” you are sharing with me to persuade me to support the Capobiancos.) Are you suggesting that this supposive name-spelling error was equal to the one that deceived the Cherokee Nation?  Is your stance that, had this particular misspelling not occurred, the transfer of Veronica out of OK, or the adoption, would or would not have happened?   

--What is your, and your husband’s exact relationship and past experience with Justice Roberts who ruled on this case in SCOTUS?  Are you in support of his actions of ruling on this highly-controversial case if he does indeed have personal ties to you and/or your husband?

--What expenses, exactly, did the Capobiancos pay for in regards to your client, the Birth Mother of Veronica?  As one who knows the greed of the adoption industry and is not surprised by the $30,000 to $40,000 the Capobiancos paid to the agency to obtain a child for them, I am extremely curious about the actual expenses that were covered for Christy and would very much like the honest answer that we all know . . . the money was given to her (in whatever form can be justified as legal) with the expectation and knowledge she would be handing over her daughter in return.

--What steps was your client advised to take by the agency to make sure Dusten Brown would have his rights stripped from him by reason of abandonment?  For those of us well-researched and knowledgeable of the adoption industry, we are more than aware of the coaching adoption agencies give to pregnant mothers so that they know just what to do to make sure a father is stripped of any chance to his own child.

--When, as stated by law, did Christy inform Dusten of her intent to give Veronica up for adoption? 

--How much of your client’s story should the public actually believe when the South Carolina Family Court ruling was that it did not find the Birth Mother’s testimony credible?

--Was your client aware of the deceitful actions of approaching Dusten Brown just days before he was to be deployed to fight for our country to have him sign papers that were falsely presented to him as a prerequisite to the service of a summons and complaint?

--Have you, acting in the best interest of your client, made sure she fully understands that the Capobiancos’ promise of open adoption is not legally enforceable and that they can, and very well might, close the adoption if they do succeed in getting Veronica back?

--Has your client expressed concerns over the fact that the Capobiancos are sensationalizing Veronica, an innocent child, by appearing on the Dr. Phil show, allowing his cameras to film what is happening and planning a return appearance on his show in September?

--What are your client’s thoughts on the fact that the Capobiancos gave permission for Troy Dunn to invade a preschool with a television crew in an attempt to locate Veronica and confront Dusten Brown?

--What are your client’s thoughts about the fact that Dusten Brown, a natural father providing a stable, loving home for Veronica, actually had an arrest warrant issued and had to turn himself in for no other reason than he believes his daughter is worth fighting for and isn’t willing to just hand her over because some couple desires to claim her as their own?

--And what is, as one First (Birth) Mother asking another, Christy thinking?  What is pushing her so hard to deny her own daughter the right to her natural family, her heritage?  Why can she not see that the material things the Capobiancos can offer Veronica are meaningless compared to what Veronica will have growing up with those who share her same talents and traits.  Who she can, every day, see the same mannerisms, the same resemblances?  Why is she so intent on denying Veronica her right to her natural family?

Those are just a few of my many questions.  Ones I hope you will answer.

And you may very well choose to ignore me since my response is obviously not what you were hoping for.  But, so you are aware, since you took the initiative to contact me, I will be taking the same initiative to post your message and my response to my blog, Adoption Truth.  And, in doing so, I will not be the only one waiting for your response.  Many of my followers and readers will also be waiting.  Hopefully, you will not disappoint us since you were the one who originally deemed it a wise decision to engage me in this debate.



68 comments:

  1. Your bigoted, anti-adoption rants are quite sad.

    You made a mistake at 16 by giving up your own child, coerced though you may have been.

    But now, everybody has to pay for that, eh?

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    1. I do love those who have to hide behind anonymous in order to sling around their insults!

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    2. And I love self-righteous bloggers who offer the option to reply anonymously, then criticize those that avail themselves of the option...

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    3. If Cassi was coerced (and she was), how did *she* make any mistake? She was still legally a child. She had no rights at all.

      And you calling names does not constitute an argument. If you have no answers for any of the questions she raised here, nor anything new to offer, no one's forcing you to comment.

      And look! I used my real name! :D

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    4. If she had no rights at all, then why did they need to coerce her? ;-)

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    5. This sort of "comment" has become so tiresome. Cassi was contacted by the attorney representing Christy Maldonado. Cassi then decided to offer a response to the attorney representing Christy Maldonado. Her response involves offering a series of questions and consideration for this attorney. And instead of actually sticking to the topic at hand, Anonymous (original screen name there), you personally attack Cassi.

      Do you have any actual thoughts on the Veronica Brown case or the actions of this particular member of the legal community? This is the topic of the post. Or are abrasive comments directed at the blog author that have nothing to do with the actual topic all you got? Productive thoughts make much more intriguing comments than blatant insults.

      Not to worry. Cassi has heard all of these abrasive comments before, as have many of us. You are not covering any new ground there with your lack of compassion and productive dialogue. Your approach is far from original. Perhaps you might consider a different approach? Because again, yours has become rather tiresome in the adoptee rights and adoption industry reform space where critical thinking and analysis of the adoption industry are encouraged.

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    6. Anonymous is simply trying to divert the attention away from the questions asked by attacking me. That's okay. I expected as much. I will also freely use my right to delete if further comments warrant it.

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    7. yeah. everyone has to pay for it just like everyone has to pay for the fact that we have people of color in our society who fight for their rights, that we have gay people in our society who fight for their rights, that we have women in our society who fight for THEIR rights.

      i imagine hearing about these social justice issues can get tedious to entitled white folk who have not had to fight for their rights.

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    8. TrulyWonderfulPeepAugust 21, 2013 at 12:51 PM

      and who has to pay for the poor, pathetic infertiles of this world who can't have a child of their own. Entire families and generations of families who lose a family member to satisfy the baby lust of genetic strangers. Go to hell, Anonymous.

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    9. "who has to pay for the poor, pathetic infertiles of this world who can't have a child of their own."
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      Hate is OK, right Cassi, as long as it is on your side...

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    10. Your hateful comments still remain, Anonymous, so your point is useless.

      And, regardless, this is my blog and my space. And it is my choice to give more leeway to the mothers, fathers and adoptees who have been harmed by the adoption industry. It's the least I can do.

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    11. LOL. Ahhh, have to love it when the bigoted rants from anonymous cowards come out. Nothing new here. Same old, same old. You know you are on the right path Cassi when they have nothing new to say or anything worth listening too. Trolls who have nothing better to do than sit at home finding people to attack. What a boring life, lol!

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    12. Nothing I have written here is as cruel and hateful as this: "who has to pay for the poor, pathetic infertiles of this world who can't have a child of their own." You are just too caught up to see that.

      I love this, "bigoted rants from anonymous cowards come out..." from the woman calling herself "Myst" LOL...

      Ta ta, I'll visit again sometime in the future. It's been fun!

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    13. Knew you would say something like that but my nickname has been around for over 15 years in adoptionland so thus, not so anonymous as you... or as anonymous as you think you are ;-)

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    14. Anon, all they are saying is, if you want to comment, comment as yourself - if you don't like the content of the blog, then don't read it. Seems pretty simple to me - but you keep railing about the "infertile" comments and it seems to me that this stone hit you. If in fact you are infertile, then sorry that you have to go through that - if you want a child, there are plenty of unwanted children already in foster care ready to be adopted right now, but children who have loving families are not adoptable, no matter what legalism it is wrapped up in.

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    15. TrulyWonderfulPeepJuly 24, 2014 at 5:25 PM

      "You made a mistake at 16 by giving up your own child...But now, everybody has to pay for that, eh?"

      That is not cruel? Sure it is. HYPOCRITE. Someone can dish it out but can't take it...

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  2. I gave a child up for adoption and let me tell you even though my son was convieved out of rape I chose adoption because I thought he deserved better than me , I thought I was doing what was best for him. don't get me wrong Vicki and mike were great and im thankful for how much they love my son . but it didn't erase the hurt, the empty feeling, the hole I had in my heart for 21 years. for 21 years I was incomplete. a piece of me missing. nothing or on one could fix it. I became whole again when my son came back into my life. I didn't use an agency I knew his adoptive family but it still hurt to wonder what he looked like, how he acted, was he goofy like me or did he have my eyes or my attitude. that never goes away. I was lucky I get a second chance with my son a lot of bio moms don't. and that's one thing adoptive parents don't understand us bio moms have a part of our heart tat dies the day they take our baby away to fulfill their happy home!!!!!

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    1. Question though Brenda- did the adoptive parents "take" your child away from you or did you "agree" to put the child up for adoption. It's an important distinction as the former implies malice, the latter does not. Thanks!

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    2. Anonymous, please see Cassi's post, "Coercion Not Choice". Thanks!

      Brenda, I am so very sorry for your loss. It really never goes away, but hopefully we learn to live with it as best we can. Hugs to you!

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    3. Do you mean "take" as in how the C's are fighting to take Veronica from her dad?

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    4. TrulyWonderfulPeepAugust 21, 2013 at 12:57 PM

      Question Adoptoraptor... did you con the child you bought from his mother via lying about an open adoption? Probably so, nasty wench.

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  3. Anonymous...All you are is an adoptoraptor. Don't know what that is? Google it. People like you are so self-righteous and self-absorbed. It's time to get your head out of your ass and get some fresh air.

    -Mara

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    1. I can't even believe you would use such a childish word... I guess the child is carried away in the Adoptocopter? ;-)

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    2. ...and i can't believe you would advance such spurious arguments. so there's that.


      when are you going to answer cassi's questions?

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    3. TrulyWonderfulPeepAugust 21, 2013 at 12:55 PM

      That's right self righteous Adoptoraptor. That child isn't yours and you know it. Get over it and get a life.

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  4. Cassi, this lawyer probably knows that she was very unprofessional after she wrote that very distasteful letter. She must not have not have any children because if she did, she would realize it doesn't it doesn't matter how old your child gets, they will always be your baby. So she was way out of line. Baby Veronica is just that and she's her daddy's, Dusten Brown. As for Anonymous people like that have to hide because they are to ashamed to show their true colors after they say nasty words.


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  5. Cassi--

    This is probably my favorite post of all the blog posts pertaining to Veronica. I would love to know the answers to all of these great questions, and though that is unlikely, having the right questions usually trumps everything anyway. Thanks for having the best questions and sharing them too.

    Missed your voice these last few weeks,
    Jennifer :)

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  6. Nice false dichotomy there, Anon, but adoption coercion is not so black and white. Some mothers of the past had their hands strapped to the table and some didn't. Were those whose hands weren't tied down "agreeing," or were their children "taken"? Some were sent away to "unwed mothers' homes" and some weren't. Were the ones who weren't "agreeing," or were their children still "taken"? Is a pregnant teen who wanders into a CPC today because she doesm't like the idea of abortion, but knows her father will hurt her very badly if she brings a baby home "agreeing" to adoption, or will her child be "taken"? (Etcetera, et cetera, et cetera.)

    Many mothers who signed papers were not necessarily agreeing, just as many adoptive parents who adopted stolen children are/were not necessarily malicious.

    However, given the fact that adoption was supposed to be about homes for children who need them, and given the fact that people's desire for children is what's created a contemporary "adoption community" rife with corruption, custody battles, kidnappings, and other tragedies...is malice versus ignorance really a meaningful distinction?

    What's the road to Hell paved with, again?

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  7. why did they need to coerce her?

    thank you very much for the admission.

    they needed to coerce her because they understood perfectly well that she had rights. that's why they worked so hard to convince her that she did not.

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  8. Hang about, I thought there was a gagging order on this now - so WTFFFF is a solicitor involved with the case doing PMing *ANYBODY* about the case?! Surely she should at the very least be thrown off the case, and possibly even stripped of her credentials for doing such a thing?

    (And no idea why the send form keeps signing me as Anon. I'm not, nor ever have been Anon. I'm 7rin and always will be!)

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  9. At the root of all of this is the issue of fundamental fairness and recognition of basic human rights of all people. Veronica and Dusten have human rights too. Speaking of rights here is what Veronica's PAP's wrote on their "Save Veronica" website.

    "Children are not chattels nor are they the personal property of an Indian tribe, their birth parents or their adoptive parents. They are individuals who have unique, fundamental rights and needs. Above all, they have the right to permanency and a loving, nurturing family environment providing them stability and security. They should have all these rights irrespective of their race as do all other American children."



    Veronica has the right to be raised by her loving father. Dusten has the right to raise his flesh and blood daughter and he has being doing so. Adoption has long been toted as a solution for children who need homes and families. In this case we have a child with a family, with a home who does not need adoption. The fight for Veronica has exposed that unecessary adoption is not about the child and his/her right to grow up in their biological family. It has exposed that the adoption industry will fight to provide their product to the customer, regardless of the rights of the children or families involved.

    As expected there will be mud slung at natural mothers who dare speak out about this injustice or any injustice in adoption. They liked us so much better when we hid in shame.But we will speak out so that others will not follow in our path. It threatens the industry to hear our words.

    But I would like to point out one thing. Everytime a comment is made that slings mud at Cassi or any birthmother, a prospective birthmother gets a taste of how she will be thought of and treated in the future if she relinquishes. She will get a view of how her child may be viewed as property. So for those who like to be nasty to us firstmoms, have at it. The world is reading........

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    1. I agree 100%! I actually love to see the adoptoraptors spout this hatefulness as it does show expectant moms exactly how we are thought of. I think I'll start doing screenshots for a blog entry of my own. :)

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  10. Thank you for sharing this! I love how these "professional" people are really not professional at all!

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  11. Great questions Cassi...waiting to hear the answers...

    Also wanted to say I wish you wrote more because you have a gift...

    At the end of the day if the C's prevail - there is the unanswered question of how the hell will they ever explain that her father wanted her, and fought for her, and raised her, and the C's took her away from him. WTF? This old adoptee just can't see that going well at all...no matter how much she may love them, no matter how great her life is with them - they took away her right to be raised in her natural family...that would have destroyed me to know my parents did that...thank goodness that isn't my story...nor can I understand the desire to add yet another trauma onto such sweet innocent shoulders that will stay with her for life...

    (the preview is showing anonymous but this is TAO)

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    1. Well, they were making noises about surrounding Miss V with "all who love her". Funny how that didn't happen during the 27 months they had her in SC. Let's see - refusing gifts from her grandparents, for starters.

      I am wondering just how many times Christy saw her daughter or spoke to her daughter. All they complain about now is how Dusten didn't allow any visitation or communication. Except for the time that he did but they refused because they didn't like the conditions. They never did mention what those conditions were. If the conditions were truly abominable, why not mention what they were - coulda got you lots of media sympathy.

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    2. Lacrecia ScrogginsAugust 21, 2013 at 9:27 PM

      Gaye, I was told it was because Dusten said that they could not have camera crews there when they seen her and it would only be the Browns, Capobianco's and lawyers. No Troy dunn, dr phil or their camera crews. They replied they should be able to have a camera crew to tape maybe their last visit with their daughter. I truly believe she is just a money maker for them. I just cannot believe they sent troy dunn and his camera crew to sequoyah schools, on Indian land. That was just downright stupid on their part. Cheers for the Marshalls that walked them straight out!

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  12. All of these questions are ones I have wondered too, Cassi.

    Pay no mind to the man behind the curtain. Anonymous just wants to distract from the actual issue at hand here, and victim blame the rest of us who have fallen into the hands of the adoption industries manipulation and coercive tactics. It's easier for small minded people to do that because they don't have to understand the real damage that is being done, or even think beyond themselves.

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  13. Since, in another attempt to divert from the topic of the post, I have been accused of providing a screen shot of a news feed and not a Facebook Message (don't know how that matters) I have changed the photo so that it is clear this is a message. Perhaps now those who are trying to divert the truth will be satisfied and will supply some answers.

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  14. TrulyWonderfulPeepAugust 21, 2013 at 12:49 PM

    Dear Snake, Slime ball attorney: that child is NOT your client's and you all know it. Stop trying destroy people's lives just because your poor, poor clients are infertile. An entire family should not have to pay the price for that. Do something good for society instead of ripping families apart.

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  15. Perhaps Ms. McGill was drunkbooking that night? What strange and baffling behavior from an officer of the court.

    Great questions, they are thoughtful and meaningful, and deserve a response. Veronica and her father deserve a response. I was wrenched from my Mom's arms at 6 weeks old, her crime was being single and underage. That was 1963... apparently things haven't changed much. This case is madness.

    Thanks for your wellspoken voice.

    Tamara

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    1. That wasn't her first time doing so. She AND her sister spent an evening on the facebook page: Standing our Ground for Veronica Brown, chastising people, denigrating Dusten, his family, and his tribe. This is the sort of hateful rhetoric these people display. She refused to answer any questions, of course. These people don't realize that with all the hatred they're spewing towards VERONICA'S FAMILY and tribe, this is all stuff that should be taken into consideration about what kind of people they are, that they have to resort to this sort of thing in trying to 'prove' a point. The point that gets proven is that the Capobianco's approve this sort of action, which puts them in a similar mindset. If they were to get her back, for even a second, I have no doubt they would run off with her and make sure Dusten, his family, and their tribe have NO CONTACT with her ever again, and will do everything they can to make sure she has no idea who or what she really is, until she is old enough to find out for herself. They have no idea the damage they are doing to this child. Now, or in the future.

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  16. Thank you for your contribution, relative. The settler colonialist mindset will never see the harm they do or the accountability they skirt when they covet from people they deem "others". The opportunist dominant societal parasite will never heed to laws they see important for "others" but not themselves. Instead they use maniacal means to alter truth to benefit their pockets or desire for property. And that is exactly what Veronica is to these people...Legal property, bought and paid for. Wealth, power and connection should never have more authority over the rights of a biological parent.

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  17. I hope you get some answers to the questions you asked Cassi! If only a judge would ask these same exact questions and demand REAL answers!! Proud to know you... as always!!

    <3 DW

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  18. Great post and questions Cassi... have a feeling she may not answer these questions but would like to be proved wrong.

    This case is sickening. It shows clearly how children are not thought of as human beings but as possessions. The C's fighting a father for his child says it all really - adoption is not about love, it is about ownership and being right. What a disgusting message to send to the children of America - we value what you can give us, we value that we can OWN you but we couldn't care less about your heritage or that your family could actually raise you and fought to do that. Love? Yeah, nah, no love here.

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  19. Ms. McGill strikes on facebook once again. But in her defense, this time it is noted at 8:33 pm and not the 3 and 4 am as she has done in prior actions. To me, the average person, it seems that Ms. McGill cannot contain herself, perhaps it is the wine, many think it was hard liquor. One thing for sure, is Ms. McGill likes to gloat, I can only wonder, that after the Cherokee Courts have their say, will she still be gloating, will she continue to attack supporters for Dusten Brown and his family?
    I can only wonder what Justice Roberts thinks of her unprofessionalism she continues to spew across facebook. Does he even know? Maybe he will consider that putting a distance between them may not be such a bad idea, lets face it, Ms. McGill's actions and words are more expected among girls in junior high school than of women working in professional law practices.
    I too have a good friend who is the Head Judge of a large Judicial District, when a friend of my daughters came to court on a child support issue, he recused himself. He did not personally know that friend of hers that stood with their attorney, but he knew there was a connection to my daughter, and he felt that was the right thing to do. So when I have showed him screen shots of Ms. McGill's comments, and online antics, he is less than amused, he is right out ashamed that this person, who claims to be a professional, involved in a highly public case, is not helping her client at all, and she is lucky, this councilor is not before his court doing these antics.
    Seems Ms. McGill is too obsessed with Mr. Brown. She has no agenda for the truth, she is only a mouth piece for her client. And why should her client fire her? Ms. McGill is doing the work for free! You know the saying about buying the cow....
    As for the questions presented to Ms. McGill, I can picture her as a deer, late at night, caught in the headlights of the car, not knowing where to go, or what to do.
    This issue is about a child, who is in a loving, and nurturing home, that a childless couple demands is demanding to possess. They are treating this child as chattel, as much to their protests they are not doing this, it is quite clear that is what Miss Veronica has become to them. All they ever say is "We want" "We demand" "We expect" yet, the child's voice has been drowned out. They will not listen to reason, this child is in her home, with her family, she is loved and wanted. What makes them think they have a right to ANY child who is in a loving and nurturing home? This issue goes beyond culture, this is Miss Veronica's human rights! Her mother obviously does not want her, and the people who want to take her from her loving home do not care about her.
    Yes, the Capobiancos have money, but there is not enough money in this world to buy anyone their culture, those of us who have our culture know, this is something you live, and not taught.

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    1. I was also wondering what John Roberts would have to say about what his friend has been up to...

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  20. That statement purportedly from Lori Alvino McGill is not a private message to you. That is from a public post she made on "Standing Our Ground for Veronica Brown" a couple of weeks ago. Scammer.

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    1. Good try to discredit. It won't work. When all else fails it's always the last resort to try and cast doubt instead of face the reality in front of you.

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  21. Hahaha! Someone doesn't understand the way facebook messages work. One only has to look at the photo to see the fact it is indeed a message. Yes, that same person has been leaving messages, unprofessionally might I add, on the FB page HOWEVER, this screen capture is clearly of a personal message so hardly a scam. Some people cannot stand the truth. Go Cassi!

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  22. I understand how facebook messages work my dear. I can see this has been made to appear as a message, but that quote (including the "!" error) is from her public post. It is exactly the same.

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    1. Ah yes, casting more doubt. How about a plain old picture . . .

      https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201195002610122&l=23036fea05

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    2. Thank you, Anon. I did reply to Cassi's message to me, but she has chosen not to post it. I did not send a private message to her, and as I know how to capture screen shots too, I will be happy to prove that. One wonders what on earth is gained by attacking the attorney for the woman who gave life to this child?

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    3. Hello Lori,

      You are correct, I have not yet responded to you. I will when I have completed my reply.

      Please, do prove you did not send this. I have all the proof I need, and you know it. It sits in my messages, in screen shots, in pictures I have taken and in personal witnesses who have seen it.

      Keep trying, but the fact of the matter is, you continue to prove your true self.

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    4. Lori if that is indeed you),

      If you delete your sent messages & take a screen shot of your sent messages, that does not prove that you never sent the message in the first place. It only proves that you know how to delete your messages. If that is really you replying to this blog, you should honestly learn to use a bit of self-restraint & stop posting to people online. You are only making yourself look more foolish.

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    5. Lori Alvino McGill... you are scum of the highest order. I hear you are involved in yet another crime of humanity:

      http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/07/24/broken-choctaw-father-california-thwarted-custody-battle-foster-couple-156035

      I hope you rot in hell you piece of despicable scum. Was this what you dreamed of while you were in law school, destroying families in the name of wealthy adopters? Woo Hoo! Pat yourself on the back. You made it, lady. You are a hot shot child trafficker! Way to go grrrrrrlllllllllllllll!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Effing witch. I'd love to spit in your ugly face.

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  23. Thank you for giving me exactly what I hoped you would. Good luck.

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  24. I wish the attorney would answer all of these questions, but I will not hold my breath. She is going to go to the grave denying they were ever so unprofessional. I don't see how this doesn't violate the gag-order, either.

    Everyone ignore the anon-troll. It's obvious they have no intention of engaging in an intelligent conversation. Questioning adoption ethics is not hateful -- personally attacking someone because you don't like their views of adoption ethics is hateful. Trolling a blog & taking glee in fanning flames is immature. Pot, meet Kettle.

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  25. my, my what big teeth you have! Running scared.aren't you? Truth is the greatest enemy of thw C's camp, and.social media is not helping them much these days now is it? Ms. McGil would be better served by remaining quiet methinks... Love you Cassi, keep.speaking the truth to power!

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  26. Cassie, Good list. I would like to add one other question: why in the nearly 20 months Veronica has lived in Oklahoma, just 20 minutes away from Christy's home, has she never made any attempt to arrange visitation for herself and her children or even contacted Dusten to find out how the child was doing? Does she have an agreement with the Capobianco's not to do so independent of them? If so, what are the terms of that agreement, either formal or informal?

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  27. It really is all about marrying the correct person in the location that fits you most, and what an ideal environment, sand in between your toes, the sunshine shinning on you equally, with all the waves of the sea lashing against the shore. And, if you are donning the correct variety of Grape Chiffon A-line Straps Empire Junior Floor-Length Bridesmaid Dresses With Sash you could ask the priest to sanctify your relationship out around the shores edge, with mild waves splashing close to your ankles while you exchange rings and say 'I do'. Will not that audio picture ideal, so romantic.

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  28. Cassie this anonymous person is on the capos site stating that he is talking crap to you over here in this bs indian website. You have some coming over, so beware.

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  29. I sent her other late night conversations with us on Facebook to every email address at the law firm she works for....all the US cities,London, Dussedorf, & Singapore. An officer of the court should not conduct herself in this manner. Its completely unethical. This should get sent to them as well. What credible lawyer would look at this & say this is how a professional Attorney should conduct themselves?

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  30. spelling mistake? Sounds like she's grasping at straws.
    Veronica belongs with her father. Adoption is harmful.

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  31. Why on earth is an attorney on this blog arguing about a message/post whatever?? Extremely unprofessional. Why is she so worried about what Cassi says? She's just a lowly little birthmommy lol ;) (j/k cassi) Seriously...Ms. Lori must feel verrrry threatened.

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  32. We wait and wait and wait...and hope the Capobiancos somehow see the light of day but I don't expect anything good like that to happen. Why in the world are so blinded to what the right thing to do is? Stupefies me, it does.

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