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Mennonite Businessman Found Guilty of Kidnapping in Helping Ex-Lesbian Escape Country With Daughter

A Mennonite businessman was found guilty of international parental kidnapping for his part in helping a former lesbian flee the United States with her daughter rather than face a custody battle with her former partner.
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