January 3, 2013
An agreement between countries drawn up in The Hague is meant to prevent kids from being bounced around the world. Japan, though, stands out from the pack and for all the wrong reasons.
The government there is accused of being too slow to stop its citizens from taking their own children, without the approval of one parent, back to Japan.
For the first time, Sarah Dingle’s investigation takes us inside the mind of an abductor in the anatomy of a kidnapping.SARAH DINGLE: Eric Kalmus says it’s time to let go.
Listen to the whole interview here: http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/news/audio/pm/201212/20121224-rcaffdocos-kidnapping.mp3
ERIC KALMUS: I’m in a very good spot. I have a wonderful family. I need to give them the amount of energy that I was giving Amy. I’m still here, she’s still in my heart, I still love her. Any day that she picks up the phone and calls me, I’ll gladly go meet her wherever she is.
But yeah, I think I’ve allowed it to not be in my hands any more.
I’m better now. It doesn’t hurt like it used to. It doesn’t hurt like it used to.
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