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On top of that there are With these additional factors, it is extremely reasonable to assume that total number of US citizen children that have been abducted and are being denied access to their US heritage and familial ties is along the lines of 10,000 children vs. Does the US Department of State know these numbers and how bad it is? Additionally, Left Behind Parents have been discussing the vast discrepancy in numbers with Do S for years – never receiving a clear answer.

So, given all the data, how can they claim only 31 cases of denial of access in Japan?

Unfortunately, child abduction in Japan is a major epidemic. The number of cases “acknowledged” by the Department of State, where the foreign parent is being denied access to their child after separation or divorce has occurred within Japan. Based on research done by both Law Professors in Japan and by Left-Behind Parents, we know that these cases number into the thousands.

Equally unfortunate is the fact that so few people are aware if it. In the english translation (Translation by Matthew J.

Part of the reason for this could be the fact that the “official numbers” reported by the US Department of State are so wrong – and they know it. Has acknowledged that Japan has never returned any children. Mc Cauley of University of Washington’s Law School) of a paper written by Professor Tanase in 2009 (who has also been used as a consultant by Do S) he states, using statistics provided by various Japanese sources, that: “ Over 251,000 married couples separated in 2008, and if this number is divided by the 726,000 marriages in the same year, roughly one out of every 2.9 marriages will end in divorce.

According to the US Department of State [Do S], the current number of cases are as follows [UPDATE: MAY 2012, please note that the "official" numbers are actually much higher, but that Do S has neglected to update the count on their website for over a year] The Do S further acknowledges on their website that, “To date, the Office of Children’s Issues does not have a record of any cases resolved through a favorable Japanese court order or through the assistance of the Japanese government.” So question number 1 that arises: What is behind the missing 130 cases? Out of all divorcing couples, 144,000 have children, equaling about 245,000 children in all.

The remaining 238,700 children have one parent ceremoniously cut completely and suddenly from their life – often being punished, either emotionally or physically, by the “custodial parent” if they ask to continue to see the removed parent.