This is the once-upon-a-time true story about a Rosie O’Donnell funded Children of the World Adoption Agency [COWAA]. It ‘was‘ located in Verona, New Jersey. I write these first two sentences in the past tense with an inherit knowledge of the fact that this agency’s doors have remained self-closed since May of 2007. It is also from beyond their unseen foyer that plotted a working adoption agency. In fact, Rosie’s penned words gloriously referred to this place lovingly in her book titled, “Find Me.” Sadly, one thing definitely not found was a way to read between this best-seller’s lines. And as for the reasons of closure, there remains the dark history of a corporate suicide! Had someone revealed their blueprint for wrongful adoption?
However, if so inclined, the public would not receive such an implicating description if they were to inquire about the nature of dissolution. How do I know these details?
It was me that forced the State Attorney General Office to lean heavily on an already suspect New Jersey Department of Human Services. They in turn, were instructed to render unto COWAA a take it or leave it proposition for the Board of Trustees. That vision withstanding, and given a situation whilst all sat at the proverbial long table, it was Margaret Morrisey whose person occupied the head chair that must have thought it better to reserve her company a preferable choice spot in hell!
How did this all come about? …In a picture painted by ART!
Therein, it was from the result of one or the other that in 2001, COWAA executive director Veronica Serio lied to the OOL. This is a woman who had helped famed Seton Hall University Professor James Boskey write adoption law. […Sell what it is that you secretly destroy?]
As for the next member of ART there is the addition of vanity thrown into this adoption equation. Although he had committed no wrongdoing, adoption attorney Steven Sklar would eventually lie to the State Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Review Board. This was the second time a lie covered what I call unethical adoption practice. There was not need to lie. The State Statutes of adoption law granted him the power to hide adoption fraud busting evidence.
Sadly, and in reference to the state of affairs in Jersey, my victory in overturning an initial attorney ethics case dismissal ended at the Supreme Court’s doorstep. I further realized the futility of it all when my eyes read their letter, it states “Your grievance, even if true would not constitute incapacity or unethical practice.”
My son was born on October 20, 2001. I think he lives in New Jersey.
It is by the right to bring out the truth, the New Jersey Open Public Records Act and my faith in God that allow me to make plans to one day meet my son. He will hear the real story.
My name is David Archuletta, an Unknown Father.