An 18-month-old boy is kidnapped from his home. Almost six years later, an investigation reveals that the boy was adopted by a couple in the Netherlands. At first, the adoptive family was receptive to the idea of contact with the parents.
But after advice from a Dutch adoption expert they became fearful that the child could be taken away, and refused to take a DNA test.
What do you suppose that advice was?
Now the mom is travelling to the Netherlands to appear in court. She had previously requested a DNA test, but was rejected by the court:
Going along with views of the special curator appointed for Rohit, the fast-track court in Zwolle-Lelystad decided “it was not in the interest of the child to know its roots.”