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Aug 31, 2011
American child abducted to Japan was denied assistance by U.S. Consular officials and sent back to kidnapper. Mary Lake is listed as an abducted child from Florida. Neither of Lake’s parents are of Japanese ancestry or hold Japanese citizenship.

Aug 19, 2011
BACHome sent Vice President Biden, a letter concerning his upcoming meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister. The letter urges the Vice President to publicly address the ongoing issue of children taken from the United States and abducted to Japan.

Jul 08, 2011
A Mexican man was found guilty and given a suspended jail term for attempting to recover his unlawfully abducted daughter last year. Niigata District Court sentenced the man to two years in prison, suspended for four years.

Mar 16, 2011
BACHome sends its sincere condolences over the ongoing disasters occurring in the nation of Japan.

Dec 14, 2010
BAC-Home (Bring Abducted Children Home) has announced their disappointment and frustration over the federally funded report by The Hague Domestic Violence Project, on domestic and international parental child abduction.

Sep 25, 2010
US House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman, Howard Berman (D-CA), has set House Resolution 1326, for a full House Vote this September 28, 2010. H. Res 1326 condemns Japan for allowing parents to abduct children illegally.

Sep 24, 2010
Bring Abducted Children Home began a 3 day push to bring a vote on House Resolution 1326, to the House floor before Congress recesses for further campaigning on October 1, 2010. H. Res. 1326 condemns Japan for allowing parents to kidnap children.

May 06, 2010
BAC-Home (Bring Abducted Children Home) met with Congressman James Moran (D-VA), along with other representatives to promote House Resolution 1326.

May 05, 2010
Congressman James Moran (D-VA), will introduce to the House of Representatives, a House Resolution condemning Japan’s refusal to return a single child abducted in 58 years.

Apr 20, 2010
U.S. Senator Jim M. Inhofe (R-OK), ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs, submitted a written statement for the hearing on US-Japan relations. Part of which covered child abduction to Japan.

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