When a mother flees her homeland for another country trying to escape abuse and ensure safety, the journey is not easy. 

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Amid the pain of escaping home, friends, family and hopefully, danger, is the fear of the unknown, the uncertainty of the future, and in many cases, the discovery and further victimization the mother was trying to get away from.

In a return interview, Suzanne Lichau gives an update on her daughter and grandson who fled the US after family courts here refused to protect the child from the father. The two sought asylum in Costa Rica, and although they were granted asylum, and the courts there took the sexual assault accusations seriously, they are still dragging their feet on the case. And worst of all, the mother and child have been separated for months.

Join us as we get an update of this case and the safety of the child.

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