Editor Critical Disclosure August 30, 2020
The case of an American whose two children have been legally kidnapped by Swiss authorities has heated up.
On July 25th, 2017, Neal Sutz two children were taken temporarily by the Switzerland version of Child Protective Services which is called SPMi.
More than three years later, the two children remain in the custody of SPMi.
Sutz story has been covered extensively; for instance, the website, MedicalKidnap, covered their story in July 2019: It was also previously covered by NOQ Report and Northwest Liberty News.
Sutz also wrote a book entitled: “Scream of Silence – A Father’s Unfathomable Story to Save His Sons”.
The Set Up
Sutz left the State of Arizona in 2017 after receiving proof of child molestation allegations against the family of Sutz then wife, Cortnie.
Sutz, whose mother was born in Switzerland, was thereby both American by birth, as well as a Swiss citizen.
He, his wife, and two children moved to Switzerland at the end of June 2017.
On July 14 or 15, 2017, his wife had an episode and tried to kill herself and her son.
“It was during the night of July 14 or 15, 2017, that Cortnie, who suffers from serious psychiatric disorders as a result of the abuse she suffered throughout her life at the hands of her family and their associates, made then much worse by her exposure to seeing her nephew being molested by his step-father (also non-biological grandfather) on video tried to end her life in our apartment in Geneva, with severe serious threats of committing a double suicide with our son,” Sutz said in a lawsuit he filed last year.