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Missouri Senate hearing on HB1258 April 24, 2012

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Published on Apr 30, 2012

Craig Lentz, the Missouri father that got his child back finally after his son was stolen through a fraudulent adoption, is being targeted directly in the Missouri Legislature by lobbyist and a house representative they have hired Rep. Chris Kelly, Democrat, Missouri. This bill is designed specifically to undo Lentz's court case, revoke his sons birth certificate and strip all Missouri parents out of their constitutional right to parent their child.

THIS BILL MUST BE STOPPED OR THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN ARE GOING TO BE STOLEN FROM THEIR PARENTS IN MISSOURI.

Craig Lentz testified against hb 1258 on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 along with Ibbaanika Bond,  Pastor Pat Jackson, of Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church, adult adoptee activist Bob Haight and the State Representative of Fathers for Justice Mike Russo.

Fathers and Families, the premiere fathers rights group in the nation, vehemently opposes this bill and has written an article stating this, click here to read it:

http://www.fathersandfamilies.org/201...

Click here to read a Missouri Net  story where Representative Chris Kelly and lobbyist Mary Beck libel Craig Lentz  and reveal that they created this bill to target Lentz and undo the Lentz case, in the later part if the story Craig Lentz gets to respond to their lies:
http://www.missourinet.com/2012/01/26...

Click here to view a CBS St. Louis story where house representatives from St. Louis and Kansas City condemn this bill because of the harm it would do to Missouri families, and lobbyist Mary Beck reveals that she has a large team of "at least 10 other attorneys in Missouri who are members of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys lobby" working to target Lentz:
http://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2012/04/1...


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