Bring Eugene's son back home immediately
Eugene's son is a 13 year-old Dutch citizen. He was forcefully removed from the care of his loving father on the orders of the UK's Medway Council Children Services on 9 April 2015 all because of false allegations which were later thrown out by a criminal court.
This family is known as they featured in the RT documentary "Forced Adoption UK". Eugene Soifertis is a well-known international concert pianist.
Despite warnings from the child's GP about the detrimental impact that removing this child from his father's care would have on the child, Eugene's son is still being held in foster care against his wishes and in violation of his human rights as a child to live with his father. The child has been told that he cannot go home again until he is 18 and that he can only see his father for 6 hours a year.
This boy is not permitted to either phone his father or to communicate with him by letter and is under 24 hours supervision to prevent his reunion with his father.
In court, Circuit Judge Veronica Hammerton supported the view of Medway Council's Children Services and of a court appointed psychologist, Melanie Gill, that Eugene is an inadequate father because his own father is a Holocaust survivor and was in a ghetto during the Second World War; and also because Eugene had experienced anti-Semitism as a child when he lived in the former Soviet Union.
Eugene and his son are being punished for contacting the media about their predicament, for taking part in the RT documentary "Forced Adoption UK" and for submitting a petition to the Petition Committee of the European Parliament regarding discrimination on the grounds of religion, race and language by Medway Council's Children Services. The judge imposed an injunction on Eugene so that he is now prevented from discussing his case in public under threat of 2 years in prison and confiscation of his assets.
His son is not even allowed to read UN Convention of the Rights of the Child.
The Court will not allow Eugene to name the Medway Council Children Services employees who terrorize his son. Father and son hardly see each other, they are not allowed to contact each other by phone or letter, they are not allowed to discuss the court case, or to name any Medway Council Children Services employees who are ruining their lives. The child is not allowed to see a solicitor of his choice. The father and son are not allowed even to attend synagogue together. The Child is losing his ability to speak Russian and is losing his cultural heritage!
THERE IS NO VALID REASON AS TO WHY EUGENE'S SON SHOULD BE CRUELLY SEPARATED FROM HIS FATHER.
The child is suffering from depression. His mental health is deteriorating.
Please sign this petition and help Eugene and his son to be re united by appealing to Theresa May, to Medway Council, to the Conservative Leader of Medway Council, to the Chief executive of Medway Council (Neil Davies), to the Child Portfolio Holder (Mike O'Brian) and to the Director of Adult and Children Services (Barbara Peacock) to ask them to stop cruelty, to revise their care plans for the child, so that the father and son are re-united in their own home with the support of Medway Council Children's Services, if necessary.
We request this in accordance with the Children's Act 1989, the European Convention of Human Rights Articles 3, 6, 8 and the UN Convention on the Right of the Child.
We request this on humanitarian grounds!
Please save a child who is suffering through being forced to live in foster care!
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