Organ Trafficking and Disappeared Children

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Listen to Maria Rosa Dominici, judge for children at the Bologna Tribunal. It makes you think. If even children are becoming objects of commerce, there's no longer any future. In the blog more than once I have denounced the abandonment of street children and the disappearance of hundreds of minors each year. Nothing has happened.

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I am speechless,how it is possible that 3000 children disappears and nothing is done about it!?where are they going,? is anybody keeping track of this children once they come into the country?who is responsible, there must be somebody in charge,somebody who is accountable,the all things saddened me and make me very angry,"children are sacred" society should look after them,protec them,not use them.

Posted by: evakulnura | June 1, 2007 01:06 PM


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Posted by: Ryan Pratt | May 31, 2007 09:08 PM


Just came across your blog... I found one of your videos in "you tube".... gosh, I'm soooo happy I can now see a bit of your shows there, somehow I always miss you when I go to Italy... anyhow just a few lines to say how shocking was for me to learn that so many children are missing in Italy, every year. I mean, I trust you, and I trust those numbers,but how is that possible!? I mean, if one of my daughters were missing I would do such a macello, I would turn Italy upside down, do something crazy like kidnap the president until I got my child back (but then.... maybe that wouldn't work.. we're talking Italy after all!!!) I would keep one of the top football team until the police starts to move their asses and get my child back...or somethin else so extreme to raise awareness of my missing child, I mean, as you rightly said, "Children are sacred"... how is that possible that in a country like Italy this is happening!? Look at the macello that the English couple has done for Madeleine.. how is it possible that other people don't do the same? ITALIANI SVEGLIATEVI!!!
e Grillo... I really admire your strenght, after all these years you still care enough to try... I would have given up much sooner and emigrate to australia years ago... ops, no australia no, too many italians!

Posted by: sara rovetto | May 31, 2007 12:35 AM


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