Monday, February 8, 2016

Beware, it seems this guy is still trying to do business in adoption although his license to do so was suspended!

James Charles Webb, owner of the Adoption Center of Center, or ACC, in American Fork, was arrested on Friday, charged with taking $100,400 in payments from four families who expected he would help them adopt babies. The families never adopted the babies but Webb kept the money, according to court documents.
Webb was also charge with four counts of tax evasion for failing to pay $226,000 in taxes.
ACC has not been in business since its licensed was yanked by the State of Utah Department of Human Services in January of 2014.
In September of 2013, The Utah Division of Licensing placed ACC's license on probation so it could become compliant after failing to follow state rules. One of the conditions of the probationary license was that the agency would take no new birth mothers or adoptive parents as clients for six months.
Charging documents say that during that period, Webb took payments from the four families. According to the families, all the adoptions feel through and they did not get their money back.
Webb had problems years earlier. His agency facilitated the adoption of a newborn baby girl to a Utah family. The birth mother did not reveal that her estranged husband was not aware of the adoption. The father, Terry Achane, sued and got his baby girl back. According to the Salt Lake Tribune in 2012, the judge in the case said he was "astonished and troubled" by the adoption agency's role in circumventing the father's rights

Friday, February 5, 2016

The damage that money does in adoptions.

A selfish man who saw $$$ signs steals a child, sells her and devastates so many lives, but doesn't care about the human heart,,only the $$$'s.
Stealing a child, tears apart 2 families. You can read it in this story.
For the little girl?? Where does her loyalty and love lie?  The adoptive parents understand that and therefore understand the reason why she should reconnect with her family, and offer this dad some peace. Those are some special people.

Thursday, February 4, 2016


After some thought, I decided to remove the post about Halaina Walsh, aka Samantha Keegan.  The purpose is because of the damage this woman is capable of doing to her victims.  Evil doesn't begin to describe it.
So in protection of others (seems to be a catch 22 because all I wanted to do was protect people), I will suspend my posting about her.  My faith lies in the justice system still, she will face them and like all of us, she will meet her maker one day and have some "splainin" to do.  I can sleep with that knowledge.
If you need, you can email me at
FYI- You might want to check FL Drivers License verification website for your latest update.

Heather Burgess/Gaston in PA.

Heather is stating she is pregnant and stated she was due at the end of Jan 2016.  She is also going under different names, stating she is homeless, sleeping in her car.  She is from Philadelphia/Reading PA area. She has a long history of scamming, both with being pregnant and not being pregnant.  She has been convicted for it more then once, or twice for that matter.  She has been on the run from authorities since Nov and is wanted on a felony warrant.  So if you have been contacted by her, meet up with her or given her funds for her fake pregnancy, the authorities in Chester County PA would be interested in hearing from you.
You can also contact Shelia Davis at Heaven Sent Adoption.  
Update!  Shelia contacted me and let me know that Heather has been arrested.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Nicole and Calvin Eason

Some people know just what another wants to hear, especially when chaos and stress is happening in the home.  Issues arise in some homes when it comes to adopting a child who has been through some major trauma in his or her life.  Adoptive parents are often times unaware of how hard it is for a traumatized child  to fit into their home life and to trust, esp adults.  Also, there are very few therapist in most communities who can address these issues, and help/teach a new parent what their child needs or why they are so very traumatized.
Having a lack of resources, parents searched the net for help from others who were walking in their shoes.  Unfortunately, along the way, some parents met the Easons, and agreed to allow them to help during their crisis.  What they didn't know was these people only had one reason to take children into their home and the reason was sex.
In December, Nicole went to trial and was tried and convicted. Calvin plead guilty to all the charges therefore he did not have a trial.  They will both be sentenced in March. At that hearing, the victims will get to have their say in regards to the sentencing.  My prayer is this will be the beginning of their healing. 
It did my heart good to watch them hand cuff her and haul her out of that court room.

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Friday, December 18, 2015

Illinois Woman Convicted for Kidnapping and Transportation of a Minor with Intent to Engage in Sexual Activity

A federal jury in Peoria, Illinois, found Nicole Eason guilty on two counts of kidnapping and one count of transportation with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity with a minor, announced Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney James A. Lewis of the Central District of Illinois and Special Agent in Charge Sean Cox of the FBI’s Springfield, Illinois, Division.
“The Easons took advantage of adopted children at their most vulnerable state and caused them to suffer irreparable abuse,” said Assistant Attorney General Caldwell.  “Every child in American deserves a safe home, and this conviction should send a clear message that we will go after anyone who seeks to exploit children and risk their safety.”
“Those who wish to harm children often go to great lengths to deceive and manipulate in order to gain access to them,” said U.S. Attorney Lewis.  “Citizen jurors, however, rendered their decision in this case based on the facts and evidence gathered and presented by law enforcement and prosecutors, to hold this defendant accountable.”
“Children are our most precious and vulnerable resource and protecting them from individuals like Mr. & Mrs. Eason who seek to exploit them sexually remains one of this office’s priorities,” said Special Agent in Charge Cox.  “Today, the jury sent a clear message that this kind of reprehensible conduct will not be tolerated.  We will continue to actively pursue anyone who would destroy a child’s innocence by violating federal child exploitation laws.”
Nicole Eason, 37, and her husband Calvin Eason, 46, both formerly of Danville and Westville, Illinois, were charged in connection with their sexual abuse of a child.  The couple has remained in custody since their arrest in April 2015.  On Nov. 6, 2015, Calvin Eason pleaded guilty to all three counts in the indictment.  Nicole and Calvin Eason are scheduled to be sentenced on March 11, 2016.
Evidence at trial established that in 2006 through 2008, the Easons sought to adopt through an informal process, sometimes referred to as private “re-homing,” in which the legal adoptive family can no longer care for the child and transfer the child to another’s custody.  In 2007, the Easons communicated with Minor Victim 1’s parents both through online discussion boards and directly and misrepresented material facts about their background to gain the parents’ trust, including, among other things, that they had a home study “waiver,” which the parents believed was needed to transfer custody of their child and which was used to verify the Easons as fit caregivers.  Based on these misrepresentations, one of Minor Victim 1’s parents transported their child across state lines in 2007.  The minor testified that while in the Easons’ custody for nearly a month, both Nicole and Calvin Eason sexually abused her.
Evidence at trial also established that in 2008, Nicole and Calvin Eason kidnapped a second minor, Minor Victim 2, in the same manner, and the minor was with them for a few days.
The FBI’s Springfield Division investigated the case in cooperation with the Vermilion County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, and Trial Attorney Jennifer Toritto Leonardo of the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) and Assistant U.S. Attorney Elly Peirson of the Central District of Illinois prosecuted the case.
This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse, launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice.  Led by U.S. Attorneys’ offices and CEOS, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims.  For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit

Samantha Keegan/surrogacy

Even though Samantha Keegan (Halaina Walsh) and her husband Cormac,  were able to get another gal pregnant, with his sperm, she still found the need to play with others lives. Would love to see how legal their "Pre-Adoption plan" really is.  (they are in Florida where the state statues recognize Gestational Surrogacy, which they did not do and pre-planned adoption, which is not like your typical traditional surrogacy laws).
She not only screwed with a few more lives here in the states, she took her game over seas,,into international surrogacy. It didn't take her long to show her true colors and raise red flags. She has put some people through hell and back and that is putting it kindly.
Samantha has left a trail of pain.  Her excuse is enough to make ones stomach turn.  She is very selfish and once again she has proven to only think of herself and has no empathy to those who she has screwed over.
Thankfully her "game" has come to the attentions of those in authority and now there is a paper trail. Wheew!
To those who are involved with her, whether for the right reasons, or wrong, be ready for the roller coaster, because it will be a bumpy ride. No one will come off this ride without bumps, or bruises,,,even worse.
For those who have endured the broken hearts, the frustrations of dealing with someone who lacks empathy, who has learned lessons on what it is like to deal with a con artist or one with a mental issue, learned the hard, hard lessons on how to trust in humanity again, you are in my prayers always.  So are the children.
One thing for certain, this is not the last we will be hearing of her and her sick games.

Laws for pre-planned adoptions in Florida:  If you can't interpret the laws correctly, please visit with an attorney who specializes in these laws,,one of your choosing.  Bill the IP's.