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This four-part docu-series follows the search for one man, Richard Scott Smith, who over the past 20 years used the internet and his dubious charms to prey upon unsuspecting women looking for love — conning them out of their money and dignity. The story unravels in real time as Smith's victims band together to seek sweet revenge by turning to a bounty hunter when they feel the justice system has failed them. Online dating had been a disappointment to Tracy, but the day she met Mickey it all felt different. Their courtship is a dizzying ride that ends with a beautiful engagement ring. Mickey is not who he says he is.
Their courtship is a dizzying ride that ends with a beautiful engagement ring. Mickey is not who he says he is.
Carla un bounty hunter is in search of con man Richard Scott Smith. Using tips from a blog created by his victims, Carla stumbles on a lead.
Could Smith really be posing as a restauranteur right there in Kansas? Turns out Carla is not the only person keen to find Smith. The pursuit for Richard Womwn Smith continues. Has he really fled to Belize?
Is he conning a new woman while the search is on? The clue takes the story to Knoxville, Tennessee, where a new cast of surprising characters emerges and thickens the plot.
How many others are there? His past is continuing to unravel and may finally be catching up with him. The boy had Down's syndrome, but the couple had taken his twin sister back to Australia with them. Then there were the 12 babies found living in a single apartment with nannies, all fathered by the same, mysterious young Japanese man.
Today the Australian boy - named Gammy - lives with the woman who was paid to give birth to him, seemingly a loved tonigjt of his adopted family.
To me, Gammy is a blessing. To help her cope with the strikingly fair-skinned little boy, an Australian charity has bought her a bigger house, and gives her a modest monthly allowance. Gammy has also been given Australian citizenship. Mitsutoki Shigeta, the mystery Japanese man, is still fighting to get custody of the 12 babies he sired through various Beize surrogates. They are being kept in a state children's shelter.
Last month a court awarded him custody of three, despite strong concern over his motives for wanting tonignt many babies.
Now, five years after it was first drafted, the Thai parliament has tojight a law which it hopes will shut down the "wombs-for-rent" business for good. Foreigners are banned from seeking surrogates in Thailand.
Thai couples can find surrogate parents, but not through agents, or on any kind of commercial basis. At the heart of the business are hard-up Thai women, belizze see nine months carrying someone else's child as a relatively easy way to make good money. Daeng, a factory worker living outside Bangkok, is another.
A single mother in her thirties, she agreed to carry twins for Mr Shigeta. But she went through with the contract, and "would do it again - so would anybody beloze because of the money". Some of them said they had been lured there with the promise of well-paid jobs; two said they had been raped.
A Taiwanese company called Babe was accused by anti-trafficking groups of being behind the operation, but the police never pressed charges, and the doctor who supervised the conceptions and the births is still practising at a well-known Bangkok hospital. Like much of Thailand's medical industry, the surrogacy business is profit-driven and poorly regulated.
For childless couples, desperate for a family, this has meant quick and low-cost surrogacies, without too much red tape. Most would probably want the best possible treatment for the carrier of their children. But it does not always work out that way. At a women's shelter on the outskirts of Bangkok, I watched three figures, masked by balaclavas, nervously telling their story to journalists.
One of them was Namphun - not her real name. Her husband was with her. Until that week, he had believed the baby she was carrying was his. But then, she said, he had been threatened by police officers, who insisted his wife had ed a contract to carry a baby for a Chinese man, and that she had to travel overseas for the birth. Namphun said she was terrified of the agent, who she said had also been putting pressure on her to leave Thailand before the expected crackdown on surrogates.
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