I wasn't aware until today that I could share this incredibly moving revision to the website at http://bringseanhome.org. BSH is adamant that David and Sean Goldman's case is just the beginning. Nothing makes that more clear that the film format in this revision that not only celebrates David and Sean's return from Brazil, but also shows photos of all of the 60+ children who have been abducted to Brazil and remain there. A film student at UCLA, Jeramie Rellos, designed this beautiful new Home Page.
Visit http://bringseanhome.org to see how you can help this this wonderful mission.
I say that the efforts of BSH, David Goldman's attorneys' incredibly hard work [Patricia Apy in Red Bank, New Jersey and Ricardo Zamariola, Jr in Brazil] and David Goldman himself with his determination and grace under pressure, Rep. Chris Smith of New Jersey, NBC's staff especially Benita Noel-Alexander, Meredith Viera and Jeff Rosson are worthy of highest praise.
Much praise and gratitude is owed to the following tireless volunteers who have supported BSH for so many years: Bob D'Amico is responsible for the incredibly complicated and frequently updated website. Mark DeAngelis has led the campaign from the start. Steve Wash was an initial supporter. These are the core group of behind the scenes supporters: Melissa Capestro, Christine Schmitt, James Mastriani, and Matt and Tom DeAngelis, Mark's brother and father respectively.
Blessed be to all of the above, and especially to David and Sean Goldman and their family. What a happy new year they have ahead of them.