The Aunt of four Queensland sisters in hiding to avoid deportation to Italy

A Sunshine Coast mother is distraught over a Family Court ruling ordering the deportation of her four daughters to Italy. Click to hear Mark and Caroline speak with the girls’ Aunt after the desicion to go into hiding.

 

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2 thoughts on “The Aunt of four Queensland sisters in hiding to avoid deportation to Italy

  1. Reblogged this on National Domestic Violence Survivor Law Project and commented:
    This is really sad to know that the Family Courts in Australia can be just as disconcerting as the Family Courts in the United States.

    I would love to hear more about this particular case, wouldn’t you? I thought the Hague Convention is more universal. Were they taken from their original home in Italy?

    Can you please share more about this story with us?

    The voices are compelling and the fright is certainly felt. I’d hate to hear that they are forced to live a life in hiding just because the Family Courts weren’t in alignment to keep them there where they seem to be doing well and feel to be in a more comfortable environment; however, it would be very interesting to learn more about all the circumstances.

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