Christopher and Alexander Watkins of Canada abducted by mother to Poland

Here is a video post on two boys abudcted by their Polish mother from Canada to Poland.

ALEXANDER WATKINS: White male. Born on June 7, 2001. Brown hair, blue eyes. He has a small round scar on the left side of his neck. His nickname is “Alex” or “Alek” in Polish. He has been diagnosed with High Functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorder and will have behavioral, possible anger management and social skills issues. Was seven at the time.
CHRISTOPHER WATKINS: White male. Born on April 1, 2004. Sandy blond hair, blue/gray/green eyes. His nickname is “Chris” and he may use the alias names “Krzysztof” or “Krzys”. Was four at the time.

Both children speak fluent English and Polish, may travel on Polish passports, are dual citizens of Canada and Poland, and have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

NCIC numbers:
M-747983939 (Alexander)
M-698052094 (Christopher)

White (Canadian / Polish) female. Born on November 17, 1973. Light red/brown hair, blue eyes. She has a tattoo on her lower back and a tattoo of a scorpion on front waist. She may have cut her hair short and dye it blond. Dual citizen of Canada & Poland. Speaks English, Polish, German, & French. She may go by her maiden name, ” Ustaszewski / Ustaszewska ” or use the alias first name “Edith” or “Alexandra”. Has worked as a Unionized actress (ACTRA Canada) and a Talent Agent. Was thirty-four at the time.

Their father, Stephen Watkins, and Edyta were separated in 2004 and shared joint custody of the children until they were removed from her care by Order of the Family Courts and by the Catholic Children’s Aid Society on November 21, 2007 due to physical and mental abuse. They were then placed with their father in 2007, who was then granted a final Sole Custody by the Courts after a long trial on January 26, 2009. Edyta’s Father picked up the children on March 6th, 2009 to facilitate a weekend visitation with their mother. Edyta’s Father drove Edyta and the boys to Rochester, New York on March 8th, 2009 and from there took a flight to Germany. Edyta’s Father returned back to Canada the same day. Edyta, Alexander & Christopher Watkins have not been seen again. Edyta had been Ordered to turn over in the children’s’ Canadian Passports by the Courts multiple times but never surrendered them.

EDYTA ( Ustaszewski / Ustaszewska ) WATKINS Canadian Passport was confirmed canceled 42-days prior to the children abduction due to Provincial Enforcement measures. U.S. Homeland Security confirmed all three traveled on Canadian Passports. An INTERPOL “RED NOTICE” has been issued by the Canadian Government seeking the arrest and extradition of the abducting Mother. INTERPOL “YELLOW NOTICES” have been issued for information on the whereabouts of the Watkins boys. The RCMP has placed Edyta ( Ustaszewski ) Watkins on the RCMP’s Canada’s Most Wanted List. The RCMP announced on May 25th, 2010 that the Watkins Child Abduction is one-of-five worst International Child Abduction cases in 2009. This is the first known documented Canadian case of a concerned parent involving a missing children’s organization before abduction. Mr. Watkins had contacted Child Find Ontario in September, 2008, when he saw signs that his ex-wife was going to abduct his sons. Ms. Terry Smith, case director of Child Find Ontario has been assisting in searching for the Watkins Missing Children.

The Watkins Missing Children may be in Poland, Germany, France, or Austria. Her family in Poland denies any knowledge of her whereabouts. They are considered at risk because of their mother’s history of abuse.

If you have any information as to the Watkins childrens’ whereabouts, please contact the RCMP or York Regional Police at the numbers provided below. Information received can be kept confidential.

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(Case #: F-159/4-2009)