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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Parents at odds; 1 little girl in the middle: The father's story

Veronica Brown, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation

 "...I am not a perfect person. I am a just a regular guy who goes to work every day to support his family and serves in our Army. More than anything, I am like any father who will do everything to make sure my children are loved, provided for, and protected. Like any father, my children are my world. Like any father, I want what is best for my daughter," Dusten Brown, the biological father of Veronica.

Read Dusten Browns's story here: Tulsa World

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  1. If you want to see the attacks on this father, read the comments after Dusten's op-ed. They are such sad, despicable people who attack his right to be Veronica's dad.... Trace


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