Dylan and Taylor Kissinger, Becca and Brianna Collins, and Dimitrius-Uriel Lynch found safe

I have just received word that Dylan and Taylor Kissinger, Becca and Brianna Collins, and Dimitrius-Uriel Lynch have been found safe. I have resolved their cases and modified their anniversary posts so there are no dead links. I have found articles for the first two and will post them tomorrow. The new cases on the site are those of Hector, Jonathan, and Melanie Yanez. Also, a new case file has been added, that of David Potts.

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    Tom Lynch said,

    June 27, 2009 @ 4:32 pm

    Please note the website http://www.ITIOaChild.com.

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    forthelost said,

    June 27, 2009 @ 4:39 pm

    Let me just ask you something.

    Did you in fact take him from the United States to the Netherlands?

    Your IP traces to the latter, so I suspect this.

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    jay said,

    July 11, 2009 @ 12:43 pm

    Tom did take Dimitris to the Netherlands. There is a stamp in Dimitris’ passport for Schiphol, which is the Amsterdam airport. They went first into Costa Rica on Dec 28, the day Dimitris was supposed to return from his Christmas visitation with his dad, and apparently headed to Europe directly from there. The last stamp in Dimitris’ passport is from Geneva, and we located him there in May.

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    Amanda said,

    July 9, 2009 @ 9:52 am

    Dylan and Taylor went to my church, but there they were known as D.J. and Chloe. They were great kids with bubbly very open personalities. We are soon to take a trip to where they live now, and help settle them in. They were taken all over and had no idea why. They never knew their mother was a fraud, or that she had kidnapped them, they just knew they had to go. It was horrible for a child to face, and now they have two little sisters to live with also. I pray that feel welcome in their new home.

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    forthelost said,

    July 9, 2009 @ 10:22 am

    I do have sympathy for them – it was their mother’s crime, not theirs. This however is simply proof that abduction itself damages the kids and one can only try to minimize the damage afterward.

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    Ann said,

    June 14, 2016 @ 10:52 pm

    D.U. Lynch was not found in the Netherlands. He was found in Switzerland. Not that he was ever lost to begin with mind you, because he did not want to return to his mother the same way he nearly always resisted going back to her home after visitations and contacted his mother repeatedly while he was not with her. Sadly, for reprogramming, he was committed to a pediatric psychiatric ward in Geneva Switzerland for many days, until he no longer demonstrated or voiced any bright ideas about living with his father. He could not leave the Funny Farm, although there was nothing truly wrong with his mind, until he resigned himself to returning to his mother. I’d hardly call that “found safe”. This child has been through a lot, mostly as a result of his mother’s actions, and although his father was legally in the wrong for absconding from the United States with him, it was what Dimitris wanted and being returned to his mother’s care was what really harmed him.

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