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Mother detained after international custody battle
A South Korean citizen with a U.S. born daughter has been detained in two separate jails in California since last July. According to the state, she is a child abductor, but according to her, she had no choice. Spokesperson for the Korean American Coalition to End Domestic Violence Hyejin Shim and the Attorney for the mother, Zachary Nightingale join to discuss.
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