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Baby Deseray Removed From Bixler's Custody in South Carolina
Indian Country has learned that Merry Rejoice Bixler, aka "Baby Deseray," was removed last week from the home of Bobby Bixler, 64, and Diane Bixler, 60, of Irmo, South Carolina...
Oklahoma Adoption Attorney Approves Baby Deseray Removal for Friend
Next week, South Carolina Judge Marsh Robertson has a hearing scheduled for the finalization of the adoption of Oklahoma-born infant, Merry Rejoice Bixler, better known as “Baby De...
Adult Son of Couple Adopting Deseray Says They Were Abusive Parents
A family court judge in South Carolina has scheduled a hearing on October 25 to finalize of the adoption of Baby Deseray, despite an Oklahoma court ruling last month that granted c...
Oklahoma Judge Gives Custody of Deseray to Absentee Shawnee Tribe
Third Pregnant Woman Identified by Tribal Lawyers At a closed-door hearing last week in Oklahoma County, Judge Allen Welch granted custody of the infant girl “Deseray” to the Absen...