Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Custody Battle Heads to the Tennessee Supreme Court
A custody battle between the mother of a 6-year old boy and an east Tennessee family unrelated to the child continues to drag on after nearly 5 years. The boy's future is still undecided even though the Tennessee Supreme Court has warned lower courts to resolve custody battles between children’s biological parents and others quickly. Kelly Mac Cord is the child's biological mother and claims her son was kidnapped after birth. An Iraq war veteran Jon McMillan says she gave the boy to him and his wife. The two have raised him in Maryville and it’s the only home the child has ever known. The McMillan’s say they will appeal the recent appellate decision against them to the Tennessee Supreme Court. (bg)

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