Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Daughter is not biological theirs.

So if daughter is not theirs biological and her original birth certificate has him listed as daddy, it is therefore false.  She was step mommy until she adopted said daughter in TX.  Clearly an illegal adoption.

This speaks for itself


Photshopping pictures to make people believe you are pregnant.

Making people believe you are the one who is pregnant, is kind of a mental illness?

Getting pregnant as a Gestational Surrogate for the purpose of being able to breast feed her surrogats baby.

Kind of wild that one would waste someone's perfect male embryo for selfish purposes.
If you have trouble filling in the blanks I can help.  This is part of a public file on a case where detectives had to go in and get DNA because Samantha Keegan played with the heart of a gentleman who was looking for a carrier. She made him believe she could carry a baby, but has never and can never carry a baby.  She did this after doing the samething to a married couple.  The devastation she left behind was incredible.
Also, the reason why they had to change their names, social security numbers etc is laughable.  Like really??? You can do that legally????  HA!
And IF you are wondering why no charges were brought up it was because the only reason the detectives were interviewing the Walsh's aka Keegan's was they had a warrant and the warrant allowed them to take DNA samples on baby and Colm Walsh/Cormac Keegan and to remove anything that appeared to be tied to the investigation.  They WERE NOT THERE to prove if they were legally Samantha and Cormac Keegan. Good thing is that they now have record of their statements in regards to who they are, and what their game was.  There are other such records, which are all public through the Hillsborough County clerk of courts.  You can get the REAL story there if you take the time to do so.  I thank the individual that did so.  :)

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Surrogacy contract. What if DNA test shows Surrogate and her partner are bio parents, not intended parents?

Isn't it a no brainer IF baby's DNA shows he/she matches biological mom (surrogate) and her partner DNA and not that of the intended parents that the baby will go home with his/her bio parents?  Makes sense to me, but am wondering why the intended parents, in a certain situation that I am aware of, seem to think this unborn baby will be theirs to take home from the hospital.  Isn't the fact that this baby is not biologically connected to the intended parents make the contract null and void?  Just curious.  :)

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Investigative reports in Florida/Samantha and Cormac Keegan

The State of Florida is one of the states where you can order information in regards to an investigation, it is public information.  If you are interested in a certain case, I encourage you to do so.  It can be quite eye-opening.
It can show you how two people can't keep their stories straight, or how there is evidence laying around that can show one how these two people forge legal documentation,,which of course would make it illegal documentation.   The greatest part is the investigative records can now become part of an even bigger investigation.

Samantha and Cormac Keegan, the judge wants his stamp back.  :)

If you would like the record # or more info on what is in the record, email me at adoptionscams@gmail.com  I have a copy of it.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Using State or Federal medical funds to cover a surrogacy.


Great site to get some questions in regards to surrogacy, answered!

Yes, it is illegal to use ones state or federal medical to cover a surrogacy.  When one does this, think of all the other laws one breaks to legitimize the child born in surrogacy situation. 


http://infertilityanswers.typepad.com/surrogacy_101/2016/11/mistake-number-twelve-of-the-14-mistakes-not-to-make-as-a-surrogate-or-gestationa-carrier-thinking-t.html