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From Chaninah Schott to the County Chief

Your honor Herr Rössle,



Your honor Herr Rößle,

I plead with you that this letter will be considered.

I want to go home!

The Jugendamt wants to convince me and tell me that I am doing better here in the home than at home. This is a lie! I can not live without my parents! This destroys something in my soul, when I am separated from my parents.

This also goes against the law! Because in the law it says that children have the right to live with their parents. I want to go home again. I won’t give up, as long as I am not at home. The best place from my whole life was with my parents. I know this! I will hold on to this hope, that we will come home! I want to make it clear to you that I want to go home!

Many greetings and thank you very much,

Chaninah Schott

 From Ishah Schott to the County Chief



Your honor Herr Rössle,

I want this letter to be considered.

I want to go home!

I can’t bear it any longer!

I know that my parents love me, and I love them!!

You cannot do this to me!

Many greetings, thank you very much,

Ishah Schott

Read about the Schott family.


Ishah (age 9), Besorah (age 14), and Chaninah (age 11).
Besorah was set free December 4, 2013. The others are still in captivity.


Honorable Stefan Rössle, at home, with his family.