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Episode 15. Randy Collins

Keisuke Christian Collins is a very smart boy who can fluently read and speak both English & Japanese. On June 13, 2008 the Superior Court of California ordered Reiko Nakata Greenberg Collins to turn over Keisuke’s passport to the court. On June 16, 2008 Keisuke was abducted by his Japanese mother, Reiko Nakata Greenberg Collins, back to Chiba, Japan to live with Reiko’s parents Ken & Miyuki Nakata at 3-19-15 Asahigaoka, Yotsukaido, Chiba, Japan. Not only did she abduct Keisuke she also allegedly stole over $200,000 by transferring money to bank accounts she held with her mother. Reiko Nakata Greenberg Collins violated US laws on US soil and a California Superior Court Order. Warrants for Reiko’s arrest have been issued by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Reiko is on the FBIs 10 Most Wanted List for Parental Kidnappings http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/parent and an Interpol Red Notice has been issued. Randy has been suffering every day since he lost his only son. Keisuke was born and raised in Santa Ana, California. His habitual residence is the United States. Keisuke’s Constitutional Rights are being violated because his mother illegally kidnapped him and went to Japan. Every day he is gone is a day spent without his loving father by his side.
http://www.bachome.org/
http://www.bringkeisukehome.com/

 

16 Replies to “Episode 15. Randy Collins”

  1. This is great. Thank You So Very Much for Supporting , My Son. I am so Very Proud of Him. He WILL NEVER GIVE UP, AS WELL AS ALL THE OTHER PARENTS, WHO HAVE BEEN LEFT BEHIND. YOUR SUPPORT IS VERY APPRECIATED, AS IT GET’S THE WORD OUT, TO THOSE, THAT DO NOT ABOUT THE ABDUCTION OF OUR AMERICAN KIDS. GOD BLESS YOU

    • Thank you for your reply and kind words Jo. Your son is doing great work for the LBP community and I admire him greatly. I would actually love to do an episode about left behind grandparents some time, if you’re interested in participating I’d love to hear from you

  2. This is very good. I’m so glad Mr Collins that you have never given up on your Son. It takes a big person to keep up your momentum. Thank goodness their are people out there to help change a law that hurts our American Children.
    Thank you for posting this and I will continue to keep track of Back Home. I pray your Son comes home soon, where he belongs!!!! Great video!!!

    • Thank you Kelly for your support. Please feel free to join the facebook page, if you haven’t already, and please help raise awareness by sharing the show on social media, and giving it a rating and comment on the podcast platforms.

  3. Thank you for sharing these stories, and for raising awareness of this important issue. Randy presents himself as a very real and genuine person and a caring father. I hope he can be reunited with his son soon. my prayers are with him.

  4. NOT ACCEPTABLE!! Japan is again seeking our help talking to North Korea in regards to the Megumi Yokota abductions by North Korea from over 40 years ago. As the President has said, “America First” This must include hundreds of our illegally abducted American children currently being held in Japan.
    First of all, Japan should be doing their own dirty work rather than have the US do it for them. At least N Korea returned 5 of those 17, then Japanese teenagers, abducted between 1978-1981. Seven of those have died while 5 are still unaccounted for. These remaining abductees are now in their 60s
    Which leads to the second point………..
    Japan has turned a blind eye, sanctioned, condoned, and rewarded the abduction of over 400 American kids since 1994……….
    NOT 1 SINGLE AMERICAN CHILD, ILLEGALLY ABDUCTED OFF AMERICAN SOIL, HAS EVER BEEN RETURNED TO AN AMERICAN PARENT WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF and/or ENFORCEMENT BY THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT OR COURT SYSTEM.
    Japan continues to violate US Law Title 18, Part II, Section 3181, paragraphs 203 & 209, The United Nations Civil Rights of the Child, The Goldman Act, and The Hague Convention with absolutely no repercussions.
    Why does Japan get a “Free pass” in the abduction of hundreds of American children, and thousands from around the world, while it hypocritically condemns North Korea for doing a fraction of what Japan itself has been guilty of doing for decades? It is time to say no until Japan begins to act in accordance with what it is demanding of the US and North Korea.
    https://thediplomat.com/2018/03/left-out-of-north-korea-summits-japan-elevates-abduction-issue/

  5. Parental alienation is the unwarranted or illogical rejection of a parent by a child, where there was previously a normal, warm, loving relationship. It most often occurs in highly conflicted relationship break-ups and is the result of intentional or unintentional actions, most usually by the parent with care turning their child against the non-resident parent (NRP). Over a period of time, this poisoning effect leads to the child becoming hostile, vitriolic and abusive, usually culminating with the total rejection of the NRP.

    This rejection is often the only ostensible solution for a distressed child who is unable to deal with the hostility and conflict between parents. Faced with the cognitive dissonance arising from the imbalance between their own experience and external messages, a child feels compelled to choose between one parent and the other in order to minimise distress and maintain what is needed – stability. This manifests itself in a splitting defence, whereby a child views one parent as all good, and the other as all bad, unable to manage the reality that there is good and bad in both. Once PA has become entrenched it is particularly resistant to remedy other than through the passage of time (Fidler & Bala, 2010).
    https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-27/january-2014/new-voices-parental-alienation-%E2%80%93-time-notice-time-intervene

    • One of the most complex and compelling issues confronting policymakers,
      parents, and professionals involved in making custody
      decisions is this: What type of parenting plan is most beneficial for
      the children after their parents separate? More specifically, are the
      outcomes any better or worse for children who live with each parent
      at least 35% of the time compared to children who live primarily
      with their mother and spend less than 35% of the time living with
      their father? This article addresses this question by summarizing
      the 40 studies that have compared children in these two types of
      families during the past 25 years. Overall the children in shared
      parenting families had better outcomes on measures of emotional,
      behavioral, and psychological well-being, as well as better physical
      health and better relationships with their fathers and their mothers,
      benefits that remained even when there were high levels of conflict
      between their parents.

      https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5154a075e4b08f050dc20996/t/54887e9fe4b04c36dc7d7873/1418231464149/40+studies+nielsen+.pdf

  6. There have been over 400 registered cases of parental abductions of American children to Japan since 1994. An estimated 10,000 U.S. children have been abducted or retained within Japan. To date, the Government of Japan has not returned a single American child to an American parent.

    Join the UW Jackson School Student Association, BAC Home – Bring Abducted Children Home, legal counsel, human rights experts, and speakers from the Office of Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal to learn about the specifics of international parental child abduction.

    We will be specifically discussing the case of BAC Home – Bring Abducted Children Home’s co-founder and Executive Director, Mr. Jeffery Morehouse. Mr. Morehouse’s son was abducted by his ex-wife and brought to Japan. The Japanese government recognized his sole custody but has not returned his son to him since 2010.

    Japan is a signatory to the Hague Convention and therefore their non-compliance with the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction is a direct violation of international law. We hope to use this platform to spread awareness of Mr. Morehouse’s fight and pressure international governments to justly return abducted children.

    See more of BACHome’s work here: http://www.bachome.org/

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