American Children, Ages 7, 10, & 11 Seized By Norway’s Infamous Barnevernet
In the autumn of 2018, Natalya Shutakova, with her three children, ages 7, 10, & 11, left Atlanta and joined her husband and father of the children in Norway where he had a work contract.
In May, a Gestapo raid by Norwegian authorities seized the three children from their beds at night. Parents were hauled off to police station and held for 24 hours. They were told they could go to prison for two years if they talked about the case.
Here is a report published in The STREAM:
May 17 is a Norwegian holiday. It also happens to be the couple’s oldest daughter’s birthday. Brigita received an iPhone 6 for her birthday and the family enjoyed the celebrations. Over the long holiday, Brigita misbehaved and her parents took the phone away. Not surprisingly, she was very angry. On May 20, Natalya got a phone call from Brigita’s school stating that the 11 year old did not have a lunch.
Natalya went to the school. She knew she’d packed a lunch for her daughter. “She was hiding the lunch in her book bag,” said Natalya. Realizing she was caught in a lie, Brigita told a teacher her parents were going to physically punish her for lying.
That day, the Barnevernet received a complaint from the school.
Although the girl later recanted, it was too late. Following the nighttime kidnapping, the children were immediately shipped off to a foster home.
Another account in The Christian Post
CBN News Report
NOW, Norwegian Court has allowed only 3 visits per year for 2 hours. The THREE CHILDREN, in THREE Separate Foster Homes. Not allowed to see one another. UPDATE–NO VISITS Allowed Since September! Norway afraid these American citizens might escape back to the USA
NEEDED: Americans to Speak Up! Call your U. S. Senator, Tell them the Department of State needs to intervene.
For residents of Georgia: We ask United States Senator David Purdue of Georgia to request the Department of State to protest the seizing of the three American children, who were from Atlanta, by Norway on the 20th of May, 2019, and demand that they be returned to their parents. (He has been contacted by the mother of the children.)
PETITION to Senator David Purdue. Please Sign and SHARE.
Without the intervention of the United States for these U. S. citizens, there is little hope that they will be returned to their parents.
In the past, other countries have intervened on the behalf of their citizens who had children seized by Norway. These countries include Romania, India, Poland, and others. But never the U. S. government.
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For more on Norway’s destruction of families see the “Barnevernet Abuse: Index” at top of this page.