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The papers the Chinese orphanage had shown her documenting how her daughter had been abandoned by the side of a road were fakes.The tin of earth the orphanage had given her so that her daughter could always keep a piece of her home with her as she grew up in the U. was a fraud, a pile of dirt from the place her daughter's paperwork was forged, not where she was born.
He and his wife called relatives, ran to the local police station to report Jingjun missing, and then fanned out through their city neighborhood calling the boy's name and asking passers-by if they had seen anything."We couldn't tell day from night," he said, "We really couldn't tell the difference." But days of scouring the streets and alleys near their house while relatives combed public transportation hubs throughout the city, produced nothing. When Jingjun first went missing, police came but they told Liu and his wife, the boy would likely turn up at a relative or friend's house and that they shold just search on their own.After Liu discovered the surveillance footage, the police took the case, but they failed to uncover any leads.Because of the implications for the tens of thousands of families in the United States and elsewhere in the West who have adopted children from China -- Americans alone adopted nearly 3000 Chinese children in 2012 -- the topic is often taboo outside of China's borders, too.Neither child trafficking nor baby buying in Chinese international adoptions are widely studied.
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