Dear Sirs and Madams,
In metaphor, the Harvard Law School is a brick and mortar structure built on a foundation of knowledge formed by human investigation. That said, as imperfect human beings, even though well-schooled, sometimes we can find ourselves wrong in determination. Therefore, although these oversights are published by authorities perspective to each field of expertise, when found, these wrongs should be corrected. In my opinion, this should be done regardless if the error found by a common layperson such as myself.
In the Library of Congress Subject Heading Department there is a newly recognized term. It is “Wrongful Adoption,” and it cites:
The Praeger handbook of adoption, 2006: v. 2, p. 672 (After courts recognized wrongful adoption based on fraud, they extended the concept to include agencies’ negligence in communicating children’s background information to prospective adoptive parents)
Adamec, C.A. The encyclopedia of adoption, 2007: p. 302 (Wrongful adoption; a legal term for an adoption that should not have occurred or would not have occurred had all the relevant facts about the child been made available to the adoptive parents; Instead, information was deliberately misrepresented and/or withheld by the agency, and as a result, the adoptive parents were essentially defrauded)
These recorded statements are bias and one-sided. They have completely disregarded the birth father aspect. In a wrongful adoption, it is now widespread common knowledge that adoption attorneys who represent adoptive parents can legally shelter these adoptive parents from knowing the true hard facts. Moreover, by allowing these attorneys to side step important birth father issues, created is their viral-like spread of greed that infects any held high level of moral standard once prized by those associated in this now lucrative business.
Wrongful adoption can involve conspiracy by these adoption attorneys, adoption agencies, the State Licensing Office and yes, even the perspective adoptive parents. The offered challenge to anyone at the Harvard School of Law is one of public enlightenment and expose` in the American infant adoption world. Included would be a Library of Congress amendment of my pointed-out and their now self-recognized need for an Authorities Subject Heading correction by a credited source. Thank you, David Archuletta. Odyssey of an Unknown Father, The Complete Book on Wrongful Adoption and its documented truths on the subject fail to warrant such accreditation.]