American father looses his daughter to Russian wife.

The story of Joshua Izzard is typical: as he traveled to Rome, his Russian wife decided to “return” to her homeland. Besides two suitcases, she took their daughter, the “burgeoning chip” in the war with her husband.

A crying girl with her father
Photo by Oleg Sidorenko under Creative Commons 2.0 License

The story of Joshua Izzard is  very typical: as he traveled to Rome, his Russian wife decided to “return” to her homeland. Besides two suitcases, she took their daughter, the “burgeoning chip” in the war with her husband.

Joshua’s story is not different of thousands of others. Among other examples of  unresolved cases of parental abductions, the article mentions our “own” Gerardo Serrano. His son Mycah, was abducted to Poland by the mother of the boy 13 years ago. Yes, Mycah is almost adult (he is 17), and to this day blames his father for …. the abduction. Mycah, is very angry at his father, and does not believe in parental abduction syndrome.

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My patience is running out

Gerardo, whose son Mycah was abducted to Poland, writes a short note from Europe.

I am in Amsterdam and I would like this story to be left on here if you don’t mind. I just had 2 of 5 days visitation with my son for a total of 6 hours. When the 3 hours were up friday the 30th of June 2006 my son waived to me to come to where he was standing. He said: “Dad, thanks for coming. I had a real good time today.” I took his face with both hands and I kissed him on the cheeck and told him “I love you very much Mycah.” The experts near the seen told the translator; he is very gentle with his son. I wish more fathers were like that.

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