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Norwegian state wrenches 26 romanian children
14 Ian 2016 • 15:50
26 Romanian children were separated from their families and put into Norwegian state care over the past five years alone. No less than seven Romanian families have come into conflict with the Norwegian authorities who took away their children. Four years ago, the Rădulescus were left without their five children after The Norwegian Powers That Be alleged they were mentally ill.
The Rădulescus have been struggling for almost four years to get their children back. Four girls and one boy brutally separated from their parents by the Norwegian authorities! The latter would have also lied about the alleged illegal actions of the children's father.
The father brings even more accusations. He claims the children and their mother were physically abused by people who were supposed to protect them.
From that moment on, the Rădulescus could no longer see any of their children.
The Rădulescus called on the Romanian authorities for help as early as 2012. The Romanian Foreign Ministry says one has tried to have the five children repatriated but the Norwegian authorities denied the request. They didn't even accept the involvement of the Romanian Consul, whose access to the Court judging this case was denied.