April 06, 2017 10:55 PM
A Maple Grove man is asking the Trump Administration to pressure Japan to give his children back.
James Cook was in Washington D.C. Thursday fighting for his kids.
He testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. They’re investigating international treaties to return children abducted by a parent.
Cook’s wife took their four kids to Japan in 2014. He has been awarded custody, but can’t get them back.
Cook told the congressional committee he hopes Vice President Mike Pence will help when he visits Japan in late April.
“I hereby respectfully request that Vice President Mike Pence speak with these Japanese officials and ask them to have Japan meet their international obligation to comply with the Hague convention and return our children to their habitual residence in Minnesota,” he said.
“Excuses may be offered why they cannot, but I know Japan will force their…
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