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One American who adopted a little girl from Cambodia in 2002 wept as she spoke at an adoption ethics conference in October 2007 about discovering that the child she believed to be an orphan simply isn’t.
“I was told she was an orphan,” she said. “One year after she came home, and she could speak English well enough, she told me about her mommy and daddy and her brothers and her sisters.”
- ‘The Lie We Love’, Foreign Policy