KEISUKE COLLINS – FA (M) – USMCC000537LTWH – UPDATED 02.12.2015

KEISUKE COLLINS

Keisuke Collins - LF POSTER

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Keisuke Collins Age Progressed to 10 Years Old

Keisuke Collins Age Progressed to 10 Years Old

Keisuke Collins

Keisuke Collins

Keisuke Collins

Date of Birth: March 3, 2003

Biracial (White/Japanese) Male

Height: 3’6”     Weight: 40 lbs

Hair: Brown     Eyes: Brown

Missing: June 16, 2008     From: Santa Ana, CA

Alias Last Name: Nakata

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Keisuke was abducted by his non-custodial mother, Reiko Greenberg-Collins.  A federal warrant for Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution was issued for Reiko on September 15, 2008.

On June 13, 2 days before Keisuke last saw his father, the court ordered Reiko to surrender her son’s Japanese and American passports.  Neither of Keisuke’s parents were permitted to take him out of Orange County.  On June 16, Reiko took Keisuke and her daughter from a previous marriage and flew to Japan.  Reiko was born there, and her  parents, Ken and Miyuki Nakata, live there.

According to Keisuke’s father, Randy Collins, Reiko’s parents sent her to the United States to be educated when she was 13 years old.  She stayed with a host family in San Francisco, California during her adolescence.  Randy claims Reiko made false allegations of sexual abuse against the father of her daughter.  He describes her as a very controlling, possessive mother; he says she shared a bed with Keisuke his entire life, breast-fed him until he was four, and limited his contact with his father.

The government in Japan refuses to intervene in international custody battles concerning their own citizens, but Randy continues to hope he can recover his son.  Keisuke was born in California and has dual-citizenship in Japan and the United States.

Keisuke`s father, Randy Collins, has created a website to disperse information regarding his son`s disappearance and the custody battles which are being waged between American and Japanese parents.  Abductions to Japan are a very real, scary and frustrating thing.  For those who do not already know, there has NEVER been an abducted child returned to their home after entering Japan.  Please take a moment to click the link below and browse the information on the site.

http://www.bringkeisukehome.com/Home_Page.html

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Reiko Greenberg-Collins

Reiko Greenberg-Collins

Reiko Greenberg-Collins

Date of Birth: June 3, 1964

Asian Female

Height: 5’5”     Weight: 125 lbs

Hair: Black     Eyes: Brown

Distinguishing Features: Scar under her left eye.

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If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Keisuke Collins, please immediately contact the Orange County District Attorney’s Office at:

1-714-647-7000

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The National Center For Missing & Exploited Children at:

1-800-843-5678

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Parental Child Abduction is Child Abuse 01

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~ by LTWH on December 27, 2011.

4 Responses to “KEISUKE COLLINS – FA (M) – USMCC000537LTWH – UPDATED 02.12.2015”

  1. I am living in Japan with a son whom is 6 now. This is terrible and a massive breach of a father’s parental rights. I will help you in any way I can. Please give me more information. Where was Reiko living before she came to the states and where are her parents from? I can search public records and social media to try to find a match. I want to help.

  2. Please let me know how I can help. My email is brentrex@gmail.com or you can add me to facebook using the email brentrexroad@yahoo.com or my name brent rexroad.

  3. Cosleeping/bedsharing is NOT abuse!
    It is extremely common in all Asian countries to share beds with pre pubescence children. It can be mother or father or anyone. I know kids being raised by their Asian grandmother and guess who they fell asleep beside every single night until reaching lower secondary schoolat age 12 or 13? It is the best unknown secret of Asian parenting. Asian children are so intelligent and responsible, because they receive daily and nightly reassurance of love and security. The same kid that walks himself to and from school,makes himself dinner,and does his homework with no assistance is also coming home each night to take his bath and go to sleep right next to his primary caregiver who adores him. How can Americans find anything wrong with this? They fail to understand that things are different in Asia and of course an Asian woman will raise her kids how she was raised.

  4. The father has a very questionable case at best. The mother had the residential primary custody of the small child since it was the father who moved out of the family residence amd she was obviously the primary caregiver. The father also signed for both of the child’s passports (United States and Japanese), the child was completely bilingual, and the mother had on previous occasions took the child to Japan using the Japanese Passport without the father’s objection. The Japanese Passport could not be surrendered for the simple fact that doing such would violate the child’s rights as a Japanese Citizen to exercise his citizenship. He was entitled to a passport and no court could supercede that birth right,this the Japanese Consulate in Los Angeles rightfully refused to accept the passport being turned in there. They would have been in violation of Japanese laws of they accepted the passport thus not doing the job they were sworn to do. Another interesting point is the fact that the father’s stepchild, Ayako Greenberg,also went to Japan with the mother and son,but has never been reported as abducted. How is it the mother left the United States with two legal minors but is only accused to kidnap one child? Because the mother had the primary physical custody of her children in both Japan and the United States,by law could take them wherever she wanted to,provided she notify persons of concern where she was going in timely fashion. An easy medium of contact for a long time was the home of the maternal grandparents south of Tokyo, but the father never went there to try to see his child,even if from a distance. The truth is as simple as an above poster puts it. The child was deeply psychologically attached to the mother,not really bonded to the father,and has every legal right to reside in Japan as United States courts cannot infringe on his rights as a Japanese citizen.

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