Deborra-Lee Furness and Hugh Jackman, adoptive parents of two children adopted locally through America’s billion dollar unregulated adoption industry, have lobbied the Australian government to open up the baby pipeline from Cambodia. Originally closed because of corruption, black markets and trafficking in children. An Australian film maker was threatened with imprisonment because of his exposure of the very murky world of intercountry adoptions, child theft and the involvement of Australian church’s in the industry
The above pressure to open up the flow of babies from Cambodia ignores all the previous research done exposing the illegal baby trafficking in that country conducted under the guise of intercountry adoption
Now An Australian filmmaker has been given a two-year suspended jail sentence by a Cambodian court – for agitating for the release of Rosa and Chita, residents of a Cambodian Home run Australian Church
Cambodian Orphanages run by Australians are exposed on List of Shame
Dozens of orphanages in Cambodia, including some run by Australians, have been accused of abuse, neglect or exploiting children to attract donations.
The government in Phnom Penh is cracking down on the multimillion-dollar orphanage industry after investigators discovered shocking abuses of children and a list has been compiled of centres targeted for raids and closure. Australia has a greater involvement in Cambodia’s orphanages than any other nation