There are no accidents. Last night I finished reading one of my favorite authors, Bill Pronzini, who writes mysteries. The subject was about an abducted son. The mother was crazy with worry.
Fast forward. I'm tooling around my blog, clicking on old posts, and I click on a link to Mensight Magazine from 2005. This is what I read:
On June 16, 2004 David Goldman said goodbye to his son, Sean, at Newark Airport. He didn't know it at the time but his wife, Bruna, was in the process of abducting Sean and taking him to Brazil with no intention of ever returning. In the United States, we call this kidnapping. In Brazil, they call it "the mother's wishes." For over four years David has been fighting relentlessly against the Brazilian judicial system to win back custody of Sean and bring him home to their house in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. Watch the video. I'm absolutely speechless. Twitter friends, help out, if you can.