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“The moment I adopted my son Reese from a Russian orphanage. He is a triple amputee, and doomed to life in a ‘Lying Down’ room in an asylum as soon as he turned 5 years old. Fortunately, he became my son at age 4, and never had to go to that hell hole. This boy has been the biggest blessing in my entire life. There is something special about him that sets him apart, which draws people to him. He wants to work in the Russian ambassador’s office so he can garner goodwill between the countries and show the government officials that a ‘defective’ child can be somebody and does not need to be institutionalized and kept in a bed 24 hours a day until they die. His heart is gold and adopting him was MY Best Moment.”