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February 18, 2013

Notarizing a child who was abducted…

Filed under: Drama & Tragedy,Popular on Twitter,Popular Overall — admin @ 8:54 am

My ex-wife abducted our daughter!
First I must say, I very much appreciate your input on this unfortunate matter. My ex-wife eventually returned to the U.S. after abducting my daughter to the Philippines. She was gone for a month, and I had not a clue she was even in the Philippines . Thank God no harm happened to her.

Finding the notary…
The Office Secretary of State did provide me with the notary’s work and home numbers who had notarized the travel permission paperwork. I contacted the notary at her home number, she no longer worked at the Citibank branch where the notarization took place. I explained to her what had occured , and she was very upset from the sound of her voice . She explained to me that she was at work, and instructed me to call her later that evening.

I found the notary, but she wouldn’t answer my calls!
I called her that evening, and she never answered. Called her the following day, and after. I left messages for her to call me, she never did. Do you think she is just being discreet on providing any information she may recall? Or from your experience, could she be involved?

Were wife & the notary in cahoots?
I’m trying to find out if my ex-wife knew the notary personally, and if the notary knew the circumstances of the passport application. If so, both of them could be in really big trouble, right? The Secretary of State Office is investigating the matter now . – Thanks …

(1) His ex-wife was in cahoots w/the notary who notarized permission to travel docs. #abduction
(2) My ex-wife abducted our daughter to the Philippines after having permission to travel forms notarized!
(3) We found the notary who assisted with the “abduction” paperwork, but she wouldn’t answer my calls!



  1. Ouch! I would hate to be that notary. Sounds like she’s in trouble. If she was not involved, she needs to get back w/ this man asap. and explain the situation.

    Comment by David Love — March 12, 2013 @ 4:16 pm

  2. If i were the notary, I would not talk to the man, without a lawyer present.

    Maybe she was involved, maybe she wasn’t. This is a legal issue with law enforcement agencies and the like.

    Comment by Peggy Punday — July 4, 2017 @ 6:32 pm

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