Netherlands – Bakker-case
An international child recovery of two children from The Netherlands to Belgium.
As a parent you are utterly powerless when you’re confronted with something as incomprehensible as a child abduction. Often, even the designated parties don’t know what to do to make it possible for you to hold your children in your arms again. You people at IECC were able to do exactly that. Words cannot express my gratitude for this.
Kind regards, José
Our offices are located in the European Union and United States of America
We strongly discourage taking matters into your own hands.
The measures could be illegal and may delay your child’s return.
Attempts to re-abduct your child(ren) violently from any country may:
Endanger you, your child(ren) and others;
Prejudice any future judicial efforts you might wish to make in the abducted-to-state;
Even result in the arrest and imprisonment for many years!, of you, and that of your accomplices.
Finally, there is no guarantee that the chain of violent abductions would end with the one committed by you.
A parent who has violently re-abducted a child may have to go to extraordinary lengths to conceal his or her whereabouts,
living in permanent fear that the child may be violently re-abducted yet again.
If you are contemplating such desperate measures, we advise you to consider the emotional trauma inflicted on a child
who is a victim of a violent abduction and a violent re-abduction.
We discourage violent re-abductions not only because it is illegal, but also because of possible psychological harm to the child.
We don’t use illegal methods; we intervene in another way.
Our method of work is strategically un-orthodox, but obviously legal and safe with the assistance of our strong global network.
Your case, needs to be continuously coached, monitored and pushed forward by our organization.