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After a sheriff's deputy helped remove the Easons' second child, a newborn baby boy, the deputy wrote in his report that the "parents have severe psychiatric problems as well with violent tendencies." • The Easons each had been accused by children they were babysitting of sexual abuse, police reports show.They say they did nothing wrong, and neither was charged.



Legal adoptions must be handled through the courts, and prospective parents must be vetted. Children can be sent to new families quickly through a basic document – a notarized statement declaring the child to be in the care of another adult.A Facebook spokeswoman says the page shows "that the Internet is a reflection of society, and people are using it for all kinds of communications and to tackle all sorts of problems, including very complicated issues such as this one." The Reuters investigation found that some children who were adopted and later re-homed have endured severe abuse.Speaking publicly about her experience for the first time, one girl adopted from China and later sent to a second home said she was made to dig her own grave.Another re-homed child, a Russian girl, recounted how a boy in one house urinated on her after the two had sex; she was 13 at the time and was re-homed three times in six months.

"This is a group of children who are not being raised by biological parents, who have been relocated from a foreign country" and who sometimes don't even speak English, says Michael Seto, an expert on the sexual abuse of children at the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group in Canada.

A woman who said she is from Nebraska offered an 11-year-old boy she had adopted from Guatemala.