A Shocking Letter of Extortion

June 29, 2010

 Children of the World is a Rosie O’Donnell funded adoption agency.

Dear [Adoptive father] and [Adoptive mother]:

Hope you all have a nice Christmas! How was your cruise? Hope [Child] is doing good, I think of him quite often. I tried calling you to ask for a recent picture of [Child] & see how he is doing, but your phone was disconnected. I assume it’s because you all don’t want me to bother you since you have the baby now. It is like when I was pregnant you would have done any thing for me, now that you have the baby it is like I don’t exist anymore. I have a lot of unpaid medical bills for the nine months I was pregnant that Medicaid didn’t pay. My car engine went out. I couldn’t even afford Christmas for [Birthmothers daughter]. This will be the last time I will ask you for anything or even bother you.

I need $2,000 for my unpaid medical bills and fix my car. So the total that you all will have paid me is $4,500, that’s not much for a baby is it?? Do you have any idea what I went through in 9 months, sick every day, had surgery had all kinds of special
tests.

I seen the father of the baby the other day, he is in town for Christmas. So if you don’t want to send me the $2000, I will tell him about the baby and I’m sure he will come for his son. This is not a threat but a promise. I’m only looking out for my daughter [Birthmothers daughter], she needs a ride for appts. Which is hard to do without a car. There’s couples I had talked to that was willing to pay me $10,000 for a baby, but I chose you guys. I feel $4,500 is cheap for a baby when you can’t have one yourself. If I don’t receive the 2,000 by Jan 10, 2002, I will contact the father and this is his first, so I know he’ll fight for [Child].

Sincerely

[Birthmother]

12/21/01”

My 3-18-03 complaint sent to the DYFS-OOL against Children of the World Adoption Agency relied on medical records and the information contained therein. It was my belief the records harbored evidence that recognized me as birth father from notation written by the pre-natal doctor of the birthmother. If evidence of this failed to surface, I would have had to accept the 11-5-04 findings report. However, it shocked me when I discovered the existence of a known extortion letter sent to the birth parents. Moreover, I certainly did not expect this obtained windfall of information presented in full, to the DYFS-OOL via Veronica Serio herself. Why did she inform the DYFS-OOL investigators about the extortion letter? It has nothing to do with medical records. There not being a copy of the letter at Children of the World, or was there? In fact, Ms. Serio claimed to have first physically viewed it on 4-9-03, the same day as the DYFS-OOL investigators. [Supposedly] Before the date of 4-9-03, the

Dear [Adoptive father] and [Adoptive mother]:

 

Hope you all have a nice Christmas! How was your cruise? Hope [Child] is doing good, I think of him quite often. I tried calling you to ask for a recent picture of [Child] & see how he is doing, but your phone was disconnected. I assume it’s because you all don’t want me to bother you since you have the baby now. It is like when I was pregnant you would have done any thing for me, now that you have the baby it is like I don’t exist anymore. I have a lot of unpaid medical bills for the nine months I was pregnant that Medicaid didn’t pay. My car engine went out. I couldn’t even afford Christmas for [Birthmothers daughter]. This will be the last time I will ask you for anything or even bother you.

I need $2,000 for my unpaid medical bills and fix my car. So the total that you all will have paid me is $4,500, that’s not much for a baby is it?? Do you have any idea what I went through in 9 months, sick every day, had surgery had all kinds of special
tests.

I seen the father of the baby the other day, he is in town for Christmas. So if you don’t want to send me the $2000, I will tell him about the baby and I’m sure he will come for his son. This is not a threat but a promise. I’m only looking out for my daughter [Birthmothers daughter], she needs a ride for appts. Which is hard to do without a car. There’s couples I had talked to that was willing to pay me $10,000 for a baby, but I chose you guys. I feel $4,500 is cheap for a baby when you can’t have one yourself. If I don’t receive the 2,000 by Jan 10, 2002, I will contact the father and this is his first, so I know he’ll fight for [Child].

Sincerely

[Birthmother]

12/21/01”

My 3-18-03 complaint sent to the DYFS-OOL against Children of the World Adoption Agency relied on medical records and the information contained therein. It was my belief the records harbored evidence that recognized me as birth father from notation written by the pre-natal doctor of the birthmother. If evidence of this failed to surface, I would have had to accept the 11-5-04 findings report. However, it shocked me when I discovered the existence of a known extortion letter sent to the birth parents. Moreover, I certainly did not expect this obtained windfall of information presented in full, to the DYFS-OOL via Veronica Serio herself. Why did she inform the DYFS-OOL investigators about the extortion letter? It has nothing to do with medical records. There not being a copy of the letter at Children of the World, or was there? In fact, Ms. Serio claimed to have first physically viewed it on 4-9-03, the same day as the DYFS-OOL investigators came knocking on her door.

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An Adoption Law Challenge To Harvard University

June 26, 2010

 

Dear Sirs and Madams,

In metaphor, the Harvard Law School is a brick and mortar structure built on a foundation of knowledge formed thru the perseverence of those that seek such knowledge. That said, as imperfect human beings, even though well-schooled, sometimes we can find ourselves wrong in determination. Therefore, although these oversights are published by authorities perspective to each field of expertise, when found, these wrongs should be corrected. In my opinion, this should be done regardless if the error found by a common layperson such as myself.

In the Library of Congress Subject Heading Department there is a newly recognized term. It is “Wrongful Adoption,” and it cites:

The Praeger handbook of adoption, 2006: v. 2, p. 672 (After courts recognized wrongful adoption based on fraud, they extended the concept to include agencies’ negligence in communicating children’s background information to prospective adoptive parents)

Cited also:

Adamec, C.A. The encyclopedia of adoption, 2007: p. 302 (Wrongful adoption; a legal term for an adoption that should not have occurred or would not have occurred had all the relevant facts about the child been made available to the adoptive parents; Instead, information was deliberately misrepresented and/or withheld by the agency, and as a result, the adoptive parents were essentially defrauded)

These recorded statements are bias and one-sided. They have completely disregarded the birth father aspect. In a wrongful adoption, it is now widespread common knowledge that adoption attorneys who represent adoptive parents can legally shelter these adoptive parents from knowing the true hard facts. Moreover, by allowing these attorneys to side step important birth father issues, created is their viral-like spread of greed that infects any held high level of ethical standard once prized by those involved in this now lucrative business.

Wrongful adoption can involve conspiracy by these adoption attorneys, adoption agencies, the State Licensing Office and yes, even the prospective adoptive parents. The offered challenge to anyone at the Harvard School of Law is one of public enlightenment and expose` in the American infant adoption world. Included would be a Library of Congress amendment of my pointed-out and their now self-recognized need for an Authorities Subject Heading correction by a credited source. Thank you, David Archuletta. [Apparently, my book and its documented truths on the subject fail to warrant such accreditation.]

Pueblo P.U.L.P. Review of Adoption Book

March 2, 2009

P.U.L.P.

THE PUBLICATION WITH THE EVER-CHANGING

ACRONYM

 

PUEBLO, COLORADO

 

A Book Review by Nicole Maio

 

“Odyssey of an Unknown Father”

by David Archuletta

 

Just before her due date, the pregnant girlfriend of David Archuletta abruptly left town and when she returned, she delivered some bad news; while she was away, she had suffered a miscarriage; the couple’s baby was gone. But more than a year later she came forward with a surprising confession; she had not miscarried at all, but instead had secretly given up the newborn up for adoption to Children of the World Adoption Agency located in New Jersey.

At this point, Archuletta began digging for answers. At the center of his questioning was the adoption attorney and agency involved in placing his son with an adoptive family. His main concern was why he, as the birthfather had not been notified or contact acted by those facilitating the adoption — a requirement of New Jersey adoption law — and given fair chance to exercise his parental rights.

In his self-published memoir, Odyssey of an Unknown Father, local author David Archuletta chronicles his long, multi-year battle against the New Jersey adoption system. That system, he argues, is responsible for the wrongful adoption of his son, having placed the newborn baby in an adoptive family without the birthfather’s consent.

Stories about wrongful adoption are certainly not very common, but as Archuletta points out in his book:

“In the world of adoption, this type of deception does not happen much when gauged in numbers and percentages. However, when gauged in human lives, one is more than we should allow.”

With many different elements and layers involved, Archuletta’s account is indeed a complicated one, and it can be easy to become tangled up in the vast web of information and details that form his case. His anger with his unfortunate situation is apparent, flaring up throughout the book, and much of his writing is emotionally charged. He levels serious accusations against Children of the World Adoption Agency, along with the attorney involved with his son’s placement, and goes into much depth presenting his suspicions, that those in charge of the proceeding did not do all that was required of them by law to notify the birthfather of the pending adoption.

Utilizing the New Jersey Open Public Records Act, Archuletta cites numerous documents and letters pertaining to his case to help defend his claims. But he goes further and offers his speculations and theories as to what was going on behind closed doors.

Despite his efforts, Archuletta has never been able to see his son face to face. Acknowledging how much time has passed since his ordeal began, he notes that his intent is no longer to obtain custody but rather just to have a chance to communicate with his son. He writes:

“I must consider my son’s life as it is now, a person cannot change one’s past; he can only mold his future. Considering this, and after much thought, an attempt to mold my son’s future would be to try to change his past. This would be an act against nature. I will not seek custody.”

Because it centers on adoption laws, the writing is heavy with legal language, which might make it difficult for this book to speak simply to a larger, more general audience of readers. But beneath all of the specific legal details is a story of a father trying to connect with his lost son; and that is the theme that readers may be able to relate to and sympathize with, even if they have never directly experienced such a situation.

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Odyssey of an Unknown Father

March 2, 2009

A Rosie O’Donnell funded adoption agency:

 

From, David Archuletta

Odyssey of an Unknown Father, The Complete Book on Wrongful Adoption

 

To whom it may concern:

 

First of all, if may say;

 

I am not an authority on child adoption, yet the account of an unjust one must be told.

 

Accordingly, this story will not sit in wait, for humanities accreditation before a panel of scholars whom themselves sit behind the long tables at some Chancellor run university.

 

Despite lacking thesis and or my name inked on a sheepskin parchment given of some east coast Ivy League college, I still consider my person more than qualified of expertise involving the following subject…

 

Wrongful Adoption!” a phrase imparting of nightmarish effects when used in the dream-come-true world of newly blessed adoptive parents. However, should this declaration stand true, the possibility of them having heard these words spoken in a courtroom are slim, and next to none. Yet, it is these headlines that make good copy, as evidenced by newspapers across the country. [This alone, should clue us of something.]

 

With such claimed instances happening now more than ever, it brings up a serious, if not taboo question; a question that is not meant to assault character or the doubt the integrity of ones moral standard. With that being said…

 

What role, if any, does the adoptive parent maintain in an illegal child acquisition; even if not made privy, will the situation still reflect harshly upon them? My wording seems to indicate that such is the case; and to a certain degree that is exactly the way I feel. Therefore, with a bias seemingly rather obvious; how is it that a person would criticize the intentions of two genuine, and selfless people?

 

The answer given of such question is rather complex and will unfold itself in the accorded chapter of this journal.

 

Understandably, based on these statements alone, this book most likely will not gain popularity in the hearts of those having only recently secured court appointed parental rights. Despite such, and with disagreeable conjecture set aside; what are the chances for this book receiving a review without bias? ___ Slim to none.

 

Nevertheless, although my name is not of fame or storied in the circles of humanities work or research, these words must be heard by the people, including all elected officials within our legislative process; for here too, change is in dire need.

 

As for wrongful adoption, one can formulate opinion of these newborn placements, as viewed through the perspective of the rarely acknowledged platform of the silenced, unknown father.

 

Percentage wise, it is true that for most birth father termination of rights, each case was correctly assessed; denied were any future rights of say by means of applied state statute. However, the remaining silent figure of forgotten voice, when in comparison as to the number of increased wrongful adoptions, only evokes further the intended message of this book, ___ for in it, I did accuse, quoting, “New Jersey state adoption statute N.J.S.A. 9:3-39 1[b] is a license to steal.” Incredulously, the State Supreme Court Rule 1:20-3 D [3] concedes this point without defense, further assessing the made statement as correct!

 

“There is something bad wrong in the state that is New Jersey.”

 

If in agreement and as for future social accountability, it is of singular like-minded conscious that collectively, we would enable a well-heard shout of acknowledgement in our united concern.

 

Wary would we be of the “trickle down” consequence of unreformed adoption law.

 

Tragically though, over the years the aforementioned statutes have tipped the scales unbalanced. Meanwhile, and just as tragic; it is along with Lady Justice, that we have allowed our consensus into a jaded complacency; each of us preoccupied with tasked day to day lives.

 

Therefore, I ask that all persons whether involved in adoption or not, that they give this book a chance, as the issues concern every one of us…

 

Although, adjudicated as victimless, by means of a practiced relationship between state and private enterprise, evolved was a form of adoption equal of description to that of legalized Kidnapping!

 

That said, the following are the written words of one story proved true despite a bias Department of Human Services in New Jersey. Their rejection of one man‘s outwardly plighted case forces his own investigation; which in turn reveals documents that uncover adoption attorney/adoption agency horrors, once thought only practiced in the distant past.

 

Thank you.

 

 

Odyssey of an Unknown Father

 

The Complete Book on Wrongful Adoption

 

“The extortion ‘Letter,’ long due read in proper place in script, ominously began rising with its treacherous content. Those of whom having failed to grasp opportunity to expose its treachery, in turn would be consumed by its treachery. The letter would soon announce arrival.”

 

 

A book on Wrongful Adoption, an overview:

 

Spurred from the depths of guilty conscious, a letter with a purpose of revenge, manifests itself in a rogue form of haunting words from the past. This was an entity quested on a mission that would soon expose a blueprinted policy of wrongful adoption.

 

Eventually forced into public disgrace was a Rosie O’Donnell funded adoption agency, “Children of the World Inc.” of Verona, New Jersey.

 

Upon reading this narrative written by the birthfather, shocking discoveries come to light. The man, who in 2003 thought his son stillborn two years past, embarks upon his own fact-finding journey. Without aid, followed is his conspiracy suspicion that proves true with the unearthing of official State documentation.

 

Ironically, as for the conspirators, the key element in this case is an extortion letter authored by the birthmother. Although, shamefully composed after her successfully orchestrated deception of the birthfather, this “letter” would later evolve into the centerpiece implicating component of a pending litigation. This treacherously written extortion attempt, when introduced early in the adoptive process should have instantly raised concerns as to the legitimacy of the adoption. The letter’s custodian, an adoption attorney, was keenly aware of certain facts that this correspondence represented.

 

With the content held fast, __ and its fate purposely put on hold; therein quelled was any chance of its exposure.

 

It wasn’t until the letter surfaced, and the break down of a ruse which ultimately did force major violations issued against the state licensed agency. This corporation in turn faced a vengeance requited, for in one reading of the letter, these surreal words of failed extortion did mete out their own form of vengeance.

 

This intertwined conspiracy most certainly involves a suspect Department of Human Services in the State of New Jersey. Of suspicion are the supposed non-bias enforcement agents, whose investigative techniques are question of motive.

 

It is a case that also details an in-depth study of New Jersey State adoption statutes. These of which, reveal a previously un-detected double standard in application. With this well-hid loophole in adoption law, a tandem duo of adoption agency and adoption attorney, can easily manipulate the State’s adoption system in their favor.

 

Also revealed in this all-truth bared story is a full account of how these unenviable set of circumstances evolved. Included, is the complete relationship between the birth mother and the birth father, who at the time of birth was five years afflicted with Parkinson’s disease.

 

Did she deceive him for the betterment of the Childs future? Did she have the right to decide the fate of father-son relationship? How did the birth father’s medical condition affect all the decisions made of the birth mother? How will the child eventually feel?

 

From pre-adoption to conception of conspiracy, with minimum conjecture, unfolds a riveting story where you can conceivably make your own judgment of the intentions of all involved. All is considered in this ghostly third-person, and self-narrated travesty that encompasses scores of adoption issues. This book is necessary reading for those who have endeavored, or plan to follow the path that leads to the humanitarian act of Child adoption.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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