Sophia Mobely missing three years

Today is the third anniversary of the disappearance of Sophia Brielle Mobely. She was abducted by her non-custodial mother, Bogdana Alexandrovina Mobley, from Wichita, Kansas. They are believed to be in Russia with her sister born after the abduction, Isabella Rose Mobely.

Sophia Mobley

Isabella Mobley

Bogdana Mobley

Above are pictures of Sohpia, Isabella, and their mother. If you have any information as to her whereabouts, please contact either the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST or the Wichita Police Department at 316-268-4220.

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    Maria said,

    April 18, 2017 @ 9:20 am

    I understand why she stole them… Who wants to give her kid away??? If father was not so cruel he wouldn’t lose his kids. It’s terrible when man is taking your baby from you just because he is selfish or because he hates you. If man is really loves his kid who wouldn’t take it form the mother.

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    Melissa Mobley said,

    April 27, 2017 @ 12:48 pm

    Thank you for again featuring my step-daughter. She was taken to Russia by her mother in an attempt to control her soon to be ex-husband, Sophia’s father. Sophia’s father is a good man who loves his children very much. These poor girls have been used as a tool for Bogdana’s evil. One day when they are grown they will know the truth and this website will serve as one of the many avenues in which they will come to find this out.

    There was a temporary custody plan in place that Bogdana broke when she left. Her father was following it where both had “joint” custody of Sophia. Nobody was taking a child away until the mother fled the country. The mother has taken the child away from her father. A sin. God will sit in judgement of her even if no court will. Russia is not a part of the Hague Convention and the State Department has many other similar cases in which the US has little authority. Please pray for all the other children out there who have been abused and victimized in this way.

    We love you Sophia and Isabella!!!

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    Leah said,

    October 16, 2017 @ 3:35 am

    Speaking of sins since you started this… is that a sin to sleep with married man whose wife is pregnant? Is it a sin to make money on public emotions stating you are collecting to “return kids home” while only thing you need is to fly there with mother, nobody prevented him from obtaining visa and flying. Oh, wait, it’s not only a sin but it’s also a fraud since you will not provide where they money you asked for were really spent. How about putting mother in jail and making children orphans? Do you care what they eat/where they sleep, are they in orphanage? Is that enough sins to get to hell for you? Sorry, I’m a Buddhist. So I’m pretty sure karma will get its way really fast and you will be left pregnant alone while he will take everything for you and bring in new chick. Read it after 2 years and don’t complain that nobody told you. Once a cheater is always a cheater.

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    Karl said,

    October 16, 2017 @ 4:47 pm

    I knew there was more to this story. No single woman who is 7 or 8 months pregnant would just up and travel to another country with a 1 year old in tow creating hardships and stress…unless she had no other options. Sounds like husband was reliable/didn’t care and the mother simply went home to her family in Russia in order to have the necessities of life when her 2nd child was born. No sane woman wants to be alone with an unreliable man and no support system in a foreign country. The father evidentally isn’t too alienated from his daughters in Russia and knows their whereabouts or he wouldn’t know the name, birth date, or have a current picture of the daughter born in Russia. By falsely claiming abduction he avoids all financial responsibilities for the two little girls. He and his new wife must think we’re stupid or something!

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    Anna said,

    October 16, 2017 @ 6:17 pm

    Attention! Russian mother is detained in United States by American police and children remain not missing with family in Kaliningrad oblast!

    https://klops.ru/news/obschestvo/163444-sud-otdal-detey-materi-chto-izvestno-ob-arestovannoy-v-ssha-kaliningradke

    Sorry for articles in Russian only. Americans do not care to report the tragedy.

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    Elia said,

    October 17, 2017 @ 12:05 am

    So we basically have another Victoria Innes Carrascosa type situation here. Mother is in jail in the United States while children remain abroad, in this case in Kaliningrad, Russia, and a foreign in this case Russian judge has decided the dual citizen children should remain abroad. This is essentially makes innocent children orphans. At least when the children were “abducted/missing” they had a parent with them to take care of them, but when uncompassionate courts impede the parent from being with the children then everyone loses especially the children. Unfortunately these cases are not all rare or unusual. It’s very saddening to think a supposedly loving and concerned parent would be vindictive enough to file a warrant and have their ex arrested at the expense of their children’s well-being. How’s this man going to ever explain to his daughters that he’s the reason they’re alone in Russia with relatives without a Daddy or Mommy?

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    forthelost said,

    October 17, 2017 @ 12:18 am

    Mom going to Russia in the first place had nothing to do with it?

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    Elia said,

    October 17, 2017 @ 12:43 am

    Two wrongs don’t make a right. Too many parents do vindictive things to hurt the ex and end up hurting the children. It is better to be abroad with one parent than no parent at all. As long as both parents are free there is a parent to care for the children and always the option to arrange access formally or informally for the other parent. Dad at least got phone and Skype access while the Mom was in Russia with the children, but now that Mom is in jail in the United States, the children have no parental care or contact at all.

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    forthelost said,

    October 17, 2017 @ 12:46 am

    I agree parents do vindicitive things, like kidnapping their kids to other countries.

    She has the key to her cell in her own hands; all she has to do is return the kids to the US. If she’s willing to travel to Kansas on her own she can’t be that averse to being there.

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    Elia said,

    October 17, 2017 @ 1:32 am

    Victoria Carrascosa’s mother was not and still is not free to return her to the United States, unless she wants trouble with her own Spanish authorities. Once it is an international matter it is not so simple to resolve. Kaliningrad courts have decided the children should stay in Russia even with relatives same as Victoria, which means now both parents have to travel to the children in Russia unless there is a reversal. The relatives don’t have the authority to bring the children to the United States. Don’t misunderstand I believe 100% both parents regardless of nationality should see their children, but I don’t think parents should allow their bickering to negatively impact the children. As to why the mother travelled to Kansas last month, well she does also have an older child a son I believe with her 1st husband which is another situation entirely. From what I understand Dad intentionally waited until he knew Mom would be in Kansas then had her detained to prevent her returning to their children in Russia. You cannot justify that level of vindictive cruelty. Is keeping her here in jail helping or harming the children? Is all of this public drama and bitterness promoting their best interests? Is it allowing them fair access to either of their parents, mind you that now Mom is in US jail father has 0 access to his children? I will not respond again, but this situation is incredibly sad and not about saving any children but rather about punishing an ex partner.

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    Celeste said,

    October 18, 2017 @ 3:32 pm

    Yes Sophia’s mother, like most non-custodial mothers, do things to be vindictive against the other partner.
    Here’s hoping that these children will be returned to the United States.

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