How Adopted Kids Are Being Re-Homed through Online Trading

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The Doctors took a look at how the black market is being used to privately re-home adopted kids as a way to trade children. Adoptive parents can sign guardianship rights over to another adult when adoptions go south – and sometimes these transactions are happening online without anyone meeting in real life. Nita, who was adopted from Haiti, shares how she was traded between 4 different homes between Idaho and Ohio. In one home the family held a vote to see if Nita should stay. Family attorney Allison Corley joins to share why this happens more frequently with overseas adoptions.