There are three sides to every story.FWIW, if you read that story about the boy in Indiana who was abducted by his grandparents and he's been found 19 years later in Minnesota, please know that what you've read probably is wrong and misleading. The stories I've seen in non-Minnesota newspapers have been inaccurate and paint the grandparents as saints and the mother as a homeless person living in her car.(Something she did do for *three days* while waiting for housing to open up.)
AFter she got back on her feet and got an apartment, the courts said she deserved to work on getting her son back full time (she had him on weekends so she could focus on employment), and that's when the grandparents took off.
Only one is the truth.