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Wanting your children back, a father’s perspective!

Posted by: 4bc.com.au | 18 May, 2012 - 12:57 PM
Larry Pickering

Cartoonist Larry Pickering spent nearly $1 million trying to get his children back from another country and he speaks with Greg Cary about his personal experience.

Blog comments Your Say

  • totally understand mate a child needs both mother and father and it is very wrong to run one down to the other and poison the children against the other family, through being bloody minded and vindictive, we have lost contact with some of our grandchildren and great grandchildren because of this.

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