Brother/husband and Sister/wife challenge Incest laws
Nicole Billard | March 2, 2007 at 11:25 amby
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The story hinges on the fact that the couple only met each other in 2000, as Mr. Patrick Stubing was adopted into another family at an early age, and only then reunited with his mother. He met his sister for the first time and they quickly fell in love. The sister/wife has never served jail time for her convictions, as she is still an adolescent.
Two of the four children do have disabilities (proving the researched ratio of 50% of children born to siblings having some sort of disability or malformation) but they are at this point undisclosed. (Mr. Stubing does say that one child has epilepsy, but 'everything else is fine'). The couple is looking forward to their battle to change the law and get these kids back.
In a related article, Ulrike Dierkes is the outspoken founder of an organization supporting children born as a result of incestuous sex, and supports tightening this law to cover even the unlikely cases of artificial insemination that have come before German courts. Ms. Dierkes is herself the child of a man who had sex with his daughter. "I'm not interested in morality" she says... while campaigning against the rearing of children from these relationships, she supports consensual sex of any kind between any two people.
There is of course a film and book deal pending.
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