Have a look. This is from the EAC blog.
It should not have been too very hard for EAC and Margaret Cole to know that Russia had an election in March.
But, then they made a guess. What guess? That the bilateral agreement on adoptions (Russian Duma bill 45441-6) “may” be ratified after that. Did they have details on that, or was it just an unlucky guess?
Why unlucky guess? Well, as is now about as well documented a fact as there is, the agreement not only hasn’t been ratified, but it seems that if ratification is going to happen at all, it is going to happen in the very distant future. We may have flying cars in fact before it passes.
This is bad news for EAC and some other agencies. It means they have to remain competitive when in fact what they would dearly love to have is a monopoly. Well the only monopoly they get is one with a Boardwalk.
Sorry Margaret Cole, better luck next time, but for now, you can add another “EPIC FAIL” to your list of accomplishments.
Yes, that’s right.
This agency, Families Through International Adoption (FTIA), operated by attorney, Keith Wallace, did just that! They let a single man, pedophile Matthew Mancuso, adopt a young Russian girl. Not only did Mancuso abuse her, he made pornography of her.
Surprisingly, despite Mancuso’s conviction and rather embarrassing congressional testimony from both Wallace and his coordinator, New Jersey resident, Sergei Dymtchenko, FTIA remains licensed in Russia.
What a wonderful addition to the adoption cartel they will make. Not only will prices go up, but it seems that if pedophiles and pornographers want to adopt, they might just still be able to do it.
You can read more about this here.
Here’s a screenshot from Margaret Cole’s “personal” website.
Margaret Cole is the founder and director of European Adoption Consultants (EAC).
As you can see, by her own admission, three of her children work at EAC. Isn’t that cozy?
Equally cozy would be the monopolistic cartel that could result from the Russian adoption agreement. Cole and other agencies have banded together to try to make sure only a few agencies are allowed to operate in Russia.
This is not for the benefit of Russian children. It is so Cole can pay herself and her family members even more, since EAC will be able to raise its prices.