Lezgetreal has continued to maintain a pulse on missing child abductor Lisa Miller. After a long and complex custody battle between lesbian Mother Janet Jenkins and ex-lesbian, now turned missionary Lisa Miller, the US Courts finally granted custody to Janet Jenkins, based on Millers failure to adhere Court orders. Lezgetreal has received information that Lisa Miller is hiding out as a Missionary in Quito Ecuador.
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#70 Oct 28, 2010
Where is the proof that she is actually in Ecuador or El Salvador. Only the LBFTGQQ or whatever website came up with this ludacris story no other news outlet has said this.
#72 Nov 6, 2010
They claim to have received e-mails reporting that Lisa Miller has been sighted in these countries. If she happens to be there, it would make a certain amount of sense for her to be working as an English teacher. That seems to be what a lot of ex pats do. She also supposedly flew with Isabella to one of those places in September 2009.
I'd have questions about whether they can legally extradite her and whether they'd bother to do so. Is she in El Salvador or Ecuador legally? If she's not, they could deport them. On the other hand, at the time she left with Isabella, she legally had custody of the girl and her name was likely the only one on the birth certificate, so she could have legally gotten a passport for her and taken her out of the country with no questions asked. It doesn't sound like there was a court order prohibiting her from removing the child from the United States or anything stopping her from passing through customs. The U.S. government seems to have had a record of her leaving the country, having her passport stamped on a certain date, since the police investigated and found that she'd been on a certain flight on a certain date. I don't know what kind of documents are required for ex pats to live in/work in Ecuador or El Salvador, so she might be in trouble if she's not there legally.
On the other hand, I think she could mount a significant challenge to sending Isabella home under the Hague Convention based on trauma to the child and the child's own wishes. She's this child's mother and has been her only caregiver since birth. That would probably count with an Salvadoran or Ecuadoran judge.
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