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    Quote Originally Posted by kalgirl View Post
    So the surrogate wanted to keep them both but decided to let them leave with the healthy twin? They were told he was going to die so they just left him. They didn't know he had Down syndrome and just thought it was heart problems but they said when they were told he had Down syndrome they asked for an abortion?

    These people are just the kind of people to do what they've done.

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    So reading their statement they say they were told gammy would die after a day so had to flee with the baby girl. So now they know Gammy is alive why arent they on the first plane to get their baby boy? I would be!

    Apprently this molester has 3 adult children too.. so sad..
    I hope Gammy gets to come to aus for his free medical with his thai mummy

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    WA child protection are looking into the family:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-overseas.html

    This wouldn't have happened in qld, nsw or the ACT (overseas surrogacy for $ illegal) or Victoria (sex offenders excluded).

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    Just had a thought: if they were worried about the lockdown and not being able to take home the baby girl if they stayed.... Why didn't one parent take the girl home and then the other stay with Gammy until he passed/was well enough to travel? I mean if your kid is in harms way you put your life on the line for them don't you?
    - because their story is a heap of bull $hit, that's why!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Just had a thought: if they were worried about the lockdown and not being able to take home the baby girl if they stayed.... Why didn't one parent take the girl home and then the other stay with Gammy until he passed/was well enough to travel? I mean if your kid is in harms way you put your life on the line for them don't you?
    - because their story is a heap of bull $hit, that's why!!
    You're exactly right!

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    This is truly horrifying. More layers than an onion. My stomach turns thinking that this man is a convicted paedophile of young girls, that vulnerable women are being so blatantly exploited across the world and if the young surrogate had not spoken up (which the mongrels no doubt banked on) that no one would be any wiser. I knew overseas surrogacy happened I just didn't realise the dirty pit falls were so massive.

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    The Director of Surrogacy Australia will be on The Project tonight if anyone wants to tune in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    The Director of Surrogacy Australia will be on The Project tonight if anyone wants to tune in.
    Feeding bub so asked hubby to tape it

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Just had a thought: if they were worried about the lockdown and not being able to take home the baby girl if they stayed....

    Why didn't one parent take the girl home and then the other stay with Gammy until he passed/was well enough to travel? I mean if your kid is in harms way you put your life on the line for them don't you?

    - because their story is a heap of bull $hit, that's why!!
    Exactly.

    I guess I'm finding it reconcile their statement that they were 'heartbroken they had to leave him' with their initial denial that Gammy was their son and that their daughter "did not have a twin brother".
    Last edited by sky1; 05-08-2014 at 19:36.

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    It is all essentially still hearsay at this stage. The WA couple are still being referred to as the 'alleged' bio parents. The 'statement' was pretty much just a 'friend' if the couple selling their story (I'd assume just being what they have been told by the parents) to the media.

    There is still no official statement confirming the couple as the bio parents nor any press release directly from them. One article states that they are under legal advice to make no statements. Who knows when the other side of the story will actually come out.

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