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January 1, 2015 (New Year 2015)
From Daddy
 
Dear Julie, 

Happy new year, sweetheart! I know that you've been a good girl, and I hope that you got all the presents you wanted. I tried calling you yesterday but, as has been the case, your mom didn't accept my call. I'll keep trying though... until I can wish you a happy new year in person. Make it a great 2015, full of joy and laughter!

Love you,
Daddy



January 1, 2015 (New Year 2015)
From Grandma
 
Dear Julie, 

Wishing you a beautiful holiday season filled with joy and love. May the gift of the season last throughout the year. Even if we don't get to see each other, you still have a special place in my thoughts and in my heart. Hope you get everything you want this year from Santa.

Wishing you a very Happy New Year! 

Love you very, very much,
Your Grandma Tamara
Pennsylvania, USA



November 21, 2014 (36 months since abduction)
From Daddy

Dear Julie – 

It’s another sad day for me, as today marks the passing of yet another year since you were suddenly taken away to Russia. The pain of not being able to hold you and hear you laugh is as strong today as it was 3 years ago, and I miss you very much. I still try to call you and Skype with you every week, but your mom continues to prevent us from having a relationship. It’s painful and frustrating, but I won’t give up until you are in my arms again.

There are also many good people helping me in the pursuit to bring you back home – offering their support, advice, hope and prayers - and I hope that you will meet all of them when we reunite.

You’ll soon turn 5 years old, and you’re probably just a few years away from starting to explore the internet and, hopefully, discovering the real story of your childhood. I don’t want this story to traumatize you, but I do want you to be aware of the truth, regardless of what you may be hearing from the other side of your family.

I love you and can't wait to see you soon,
Daddy



November 21, 2014 (36 months since abduction)
From Grandma

Dear Julie,

It’s hard to imagine that we have made through another milestone - 3 years, 1,096 days. That’s how long we have not seen or heard each other, sweetheart. I remember how happy you were each time you spent time with your Daddy. I am looking at the pictures and video clips we have taken when you were a little girl and admire the bond you and your Daddy shared: you played together, read books, had lots of outdoor activities, and there was also a learn time together. All this is gone because your Mom and Grandma Lena decided that it would be better for you to not have this precious time with your Dad and his family. I also remember I asked your Mom one day if she was going to pierce your ears, and she responded that it would be Julie’s decision. However, taking you, an American girl, thousands miles away from your Daddy and his family, shutting down all contacts with them, illegally granting you a Russian citizenship without your Dad’s knowledge or consent, was your Mom’s decision. How unfair is it to you, sweetheart?

I am still wondering whether they realize how much damage they have done to you. Our precious Julie needs a Mom, a Dad, and 2 sets of grandparents to be happy, to feel loved and confident.

I wish I could sit down with you and tell you how much you are loved and missed. I wish you could see the home from which you were forcefully taken away. I am sure you would still recognize it, because nothing has been changed. All of your toys and books and clothes are still where you left them.

I hope your Mom and Grandma Lena would wise up, recognize that what they had done to you was wrong, and allow you contacts with your Daddy and his family. I hope they would follow the law and comply with the Russian court decisions allowing us to see you every month and talk to you 4 times a week via Skype and phone. It has never happened since the Russian court ruling 2 years ago.

There is another Thanksgiving coming without you. It was exactly 3 years ago when your Daddy was going to pick you up for Thanksgiving dinner. Instead, I received a horrific call from Russia breaking the terrible news; my beautiful granddaughter Julie is in Moscow. Abducted, taken away from the loving family; staying with the family who have been contemplating your abduction for months with the help of dishonest and evil people. Your Mom and Grandma Lena were celebrating the so-called “victory” over you. I am still wondering how long that “victory” will last, hopefully, not that long, and we will be able to see you, our sunshine, and hold you in our arms.

Until that happy day I can only pray for you. I am continuing writing letters to you and hope we sit down together as we used to and read them all. I have many of them in my album. Your Daddy’s ongoing legal fight over you continues as well, and he will never give up. I want to tell you, dear, that he is not going to take you away from your Mom and the family in Russia. All he wants is to be able to see you, communicate with you, tell you how much he loves you and spend quality time with you.


Love you so much, sweetheart.
Your Grandma Tamara
Pennsylvania, USA



July 21, 2014 (32 months since abduction)
From Grandma
 

My dear Julie,


I always liked number 21, because I was born on this date. Not anymore, because this date is associated with your abduction. Yes, November 21, 2011 is the date you were illegally taken thousands of miles away from us without our knowledge or consent, exactly 32 months ago today.


It is absolutely unimaginable how we have survived for such a long time without seeing or holding you in our arms. The pain is unbearable. I want you to know, sweetheart, that your Daddy is doing everything possible to try to bring your Mom to her senses and to get you back home, so that they both could co-parent you.


Once your Mom refused to return home with you, your Daddy began the legal fight for his and Your right to see each other. 32 months later, he still continues to do everything in his power with the help of two attorneys - one in the USA , another one in Moscow - to reunite with you, to be able to communicate with you, and to see you. I wish your Mom and Grandma Lena recognize that our beautiful Julie needs a Mom and a Dad to be happy. Court hearings in the USA and Russia were favorable for your Daddy: you should have been seeing each other in Moscow every 1st weekend of the month and talk via Skype or phone 4 times a week. It has not happened so far. Your Mom would not follow the law. She is hiding you from us.


It all started in 2011 when she and your Grandma Lena began contemplating their horrible plans for your abduction. We now know all of the details of their heinous plots. How can they be so hateful and deceitful? Your Mom was badmouthing your Daddy and his family to everyone, planting nasty plots, writing letters to high officials in Moscow, New York and Washington in an attempt to find anyone who would be as dishonest as she is, who will compromise their position, and help her take you, sweetheart, out of the United States to Russia. She even got a person in Moscow to create a fictitious job offer letter for the court in the US, and even flew her Mom, your Grandma Lena, to Moscow for a couple of days to pick up this fake letter. It was presented to the American court. Thank God, the court did not take it seriously.


Since this plot of hers failed, she then began looking for a bad guy in the Russian Consulate… first in Washington with no luck, then in New York where she found one who helped her add your name, dear, and your picture to your Mom’s Russian passport so she could take you out of the country. It was all done in violation of the law. She could not, and should not have done it without your Daddy’s authorization, but she managed to do it. She later thanked that person in her letter for helping her, and we have proof of all of this communication. Helping her to get away with a crime? So sad.


Whatever she has done to take you across the border was unlawful. She was lucky not to lose her job for having spent all of her time on the job working on her terrible endeavors, lucky for finding the bad guys to help her realize her vile plots. But luck would not hold forever. Truth will always come out, and this one is so dirty … and criminal.


Anna, please stop it and allow Julie contacts with her Daddy and his family. You will do a lot of good to your own daughter and, eventually, to yourself. You would be glad you did it. God will reward you for this humane act.

I am also pleading to Anna’s family and friends. Please help Anna overcome selfishness and hatred, help her comply with the law and reunite Julie with her Daddy and grandparents.


Dear Julie, no matter what bad things you hear about your Daddy and his family please do not believe a word. I want you to know, sweetheart, that we have always loved you and always will. You will always be our sunshine. Life is not good without the sunshine. Our days are cloudy now. However, we have faith that sunshine will return, and that is the truth. You just got to believe it.


In the meantime, please be patient, and so will we. And one more thing, which I always remind you in my letters - please remember you were born in America and your birth name was Julie Rose Troitsky.


Love you dearly,
Your Grandma Tamara
Pennsylvania, USA




May 21, 2014 (30 months since abduction)
From Grandma
 

My dear Julie,

It turned 30 long months on May 21st since you have been abducted. The US Judge ordered your Mom and you to stay in Bucks County, the place you lived in, so both your Mom and Dad could co-parent you. Instead your Mom and your Grandma Lena secretly took you as far as to Russia, thousands of miles away. 30 months later we have not seen you or heard you. I can’t help wondering how cruel, self-centered, uncooperative your Mom and Grandma Lena are. Why would they not comply with the Russian court orders allowing you to see your Daddy every 1st weekend of the month and talk to him 4 times a week? Strange as it may sound they did not follow the laws in America and they do not follow the laws in Russia. How would they feel when one day you will discover that you’ve been lied to all your life? You will find out eventually that you have a family in the USA, a terrific Daddy and grandparents. You and your Daddy loved each other so much. I always admired the great bond you both shared. Please always remember, dear, that you were born in America and your birth name was Julie Rose Troitsky. 

Sweetheart, you are my whole world. You’ve been my adorable granddaughter since the day you were born. I am dying to know if you are healthy and happy, if you attend a day care center, if you have good friends, if you are engaged in any activities and much more about you. I surrounded myself with your pictures, albums and my letters to you. I talk to you constantly as if you can hear me and I pray for you. I believe that prayers are always answered. It’s the matter of time only. 2.5 years ago the time stopped and your pictures have not been updated. Actually, your Mom did post one picture of you sitting on the shoulders of your stepfather, Vadim Belopolsky, with your back to us so we cannot see your face. All we can see is your beautiful blond hair in the back. How low can you go?

Sweetheart, it looks like you left our home yesterday: your furniture, bike, toys, books, clothes remain untouched. Sometimes I am so hopeful that the reunion day is around the corner. There are other times when I am losing the hope. So frustrating not to watch you grow, not to be there for you when you need it. 
Will your Mom and Grandma Lena ever understand that it is in your best interests to know your Daddy and his family? Will they ever understand that Julie should always come first? Do they have hearts? Hatred and revenge will not get them anywhere. It is only a temporary win. 

Sweetheart, I love you so much.
Your Grandma Tamara
Pennsylvania, USA



February 12, 2014 (Pleading to Julie's mother)
From Grandma
 

Dear Julie,

You were 21 months old when you were abducted, granted Russian citizenship without your Daddy’s consent or any knowledge of it, and taken thousands of miles away to Moscow in violation of the court order in the US. It’s been the longest 815 days in my life since my beloved granddaughter Julie was taken away from us. It is neither physically nor psychologically healthy for you, sweetheart, to be separated from the family for so long.

This time I am pleading to your Mom, Anna Belopolskaya, your grandma, Elena Demyanyuk, your uncle, Michael Demyanyuk and your stepfather, Vadim Belopolsky. I am asking you all to do the right thing for Julie and allow her contacts with her family in the US. I hope this message will be read by millions of people and I submit it to everyone that nobody, and I mean Nobody, is going to take Julie away from her Mom. Nobody will ever do such a heinous thing to this precious child who has been through a lot for the last 2 years. Out of love and respect for this baby please comply with the decisions of the Russian court and allow contacts with Julie via Skype, telephone as well as visitations in Moscow. Julie will only respect and admire you more for this humane act. It is in the nature of every human being to know the roots of the family. Julie has the right to have 2 parents, 2 sets of grandparents and keep in touch with them all.
If you have any decency, if you have God in your heart, you will rethink what you have done to this baby and do what’s right for Julie. It is never too late.


I hope and pray for the good news.
Love you, Julie, very much. 
Your Grandma Tamara
Pennsylvania, USA


February 2, 2014 (Julie's 4th birthday)
From Daddy
 

Dear Julie - 

 

Another year and another birthday goes by where I am not able to sing you a happy birthday song in person. On the one hand, it's a very sad day for me; on the other hand - it's a very special one because of how special YOU are and how much joy you brought to my life 4 years ago.

 

Although we are still thousands of miles apart, there is never a day that goes by where I don't look at your photo and think about you. You're still my little girl, and always will be!

 

As always, your grandparents and I celebrated your birthday together today. Your grandma baked you a cake, and we lit a candle for you and wished you lots of great things to come.

 

Have a great birthday, sweetheart! Be happy and healthy, and continue showing off that beautiful innocent smile!

 

I love you and miss you terribly,

Daddy


February 2, 2014 (Julie's 4th birthday)
From Grandparents
 

My Dear Julie,

On your birthday I would like to wish you all the dreams you can dream, all the smiles you can smile, all the happiness your heart can hold.
You are beautiful, you are special, you are unique, and you are loved. You are such a gift to everyone who knows you, and to everyone who loves you. Have a birthday that is as wonderful as you are. 
Sadly, it is for the third time we are celebrating You without You. However, hope keeps us going, and faith tells us that the big reunion day is coming. You will then get to know how much you mean to all of us and how much you are loved. Wishing a wonderful granddaughter a birthday filled with lots of happiness. May all your wishes come true! 
Happy Birthday!

Love you very much,
Your Grandparents, 
Tamara and Eric
Pennsylvania, USA




January 1, 2014 (New Year 2014)
From Daddy
 

Dear Julie - we wish you a very happy 2014, full of joy and laughter. We love you and miss you, and are anxious to reunite with you in the very near future. Your dad and grandparents made a toast yesterday when the clock struck midnight in Moscow because that's where you're celebrating New Year's eve. We are very hopeful, however, that the next New Year's will be spent on the North American continent. 



November 28, 2013 (Thanksgiving 2013)
From Daddy
 

Happy Thanksgiving and a happy Hanukkah to you, Julie. Sadly, it's been three Thanksgivings and three Hannukahs since we last celebrated together, but please know that we always save a seat for you at the table, and we know that it's only a matter of time until we celebrate together again



November 28, 2013 (Thanksgiving 2013)
From Grandma
 

Dear Julie,


Another holiday season and, sadly, we will be celebrating it without you for the third time. May the holidays and the coming year hold many joys for you… good health, good friends, laughter, happiness …and all you wish for, too. Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year - may each bring you hope, happiness and wonderful blessings. 


There is another special wish for you. You are a big girl now; you will be turning 4 soon. I want you to remember a few things: no matter what your current name may be now, your birth name is Julie Rose Troitsky. Your Mom and your Dad picked this name for you. You were born in America at Holy Redeemer Hospital, and we have your Birth Certificate on hand. You have 2 loving parents, your Mom Anna and your Dad Max. The only Daddy you have, Max Troitsky, lives in America. He is a remarkable man who deserves a lot of credit for fighting over 2 years for his right to see you, his daughter, and for his right to be part of your life and help you in every possible way. This is, sweetheart, your right as well, to see, to know, and to talk to your Daddy. One day soon you will meet him and you will see it for yourself what a great Dad you have. You will get in love with him again, and this time forever.


Love you very much,
Grandma Tamara Troitsky
Philadelphia



November 21, 2013 (24 months since abduction)
From Grandma
 

My dear Julie,

It’s been 2 very long years to the day since you were abducted and taken thousands of miles away from your Daddy and the grandparents. You were a little girl at the time, only 21 months old, and did not understand how much you were being manipulated, and that your life would be altered forever. So would ours. In the minds of your Mom and Grandma Lena they knew better what was best for you. Is separation with your Daddy and his family was best for you? Is it really? In my mind taking advantage of the little girl is a child abuse. What they have done is heartless, harsh and unconscionable. If there is any decency in these two ladies they would tell you the truth how they planned the trip to Russia by violating the court orders in America, how they granted you the Russian citizenship without your Daddy’s permission or even any knowledge of it, and used the Russian airlines to take you away from all of us. They should allow You, sweetheart, to make a decision what’s best for you: to have two loving parents or one. We know now every detail of their heinous plan from your Mom’s own mail.

Anna, you are a married woman now. Please build your new happy nest. Revenge, hatred and lies would not take you anywhere. You cannot ride a bike with your head turned back, you will hit the rock. You are keeping Julie on a short leash so we cannot kidnap her. I assure you that nobody is going to do more harm to Julie than has already been done. All we want is to get involved in her life in every possible way.

Julie, dear, whatever bad stories you hear about your Daddy and his family, please do not believe a thing. You and your Daddy had an amazing bond, loved each other very much, and I have a thousand pictures to prove it. Please remember that we love you dearly, always did, and always will. You will always be our beautiful Julie, our sweetheart. I would have traded everything for the moment with you. Unfortunately your Mom and Grandma Lena are hiding you again by violating the court orders, this time in Russia. Since the court decisions have been made to see you in Moscow, to talk to you via Skype and phone, we encounter nothing but obstacles and more obstacles on our way. They would simply not comply with the decisions of any court in the Universe. Your Daddy has travelled to Moscow twice, he was so close to you, heard you talking behind the door, but they would not let him in. They would not even give him your picture. This is heartbreaking and inconceivable.

I continue writing letters to you until the happy reunion day. I have made an album of my letters and your pictures. Unfortunately, the time stopped 2 years ago and the pictures have not been updated. You are still a little girl there. Every corner of our home is a reminder of you; we have not moved, touched or changed anything. The neighbors are asking about you, because they also love and miss you. I have faith that change is coming. Please, sweetheart, be patient, and so will we.

Love you very much,

Your Grandma Tamara



February 2, 2013 (Julie's 3rd birthday)
From Daddy
 

Dear Julie!

 

Happy 3rd birthday, sweetie! I want to wish you a year full of joy, laughter, happiness, and lots of new toys! You're the best kid anyone could've asked for, and I love you dearly!

 

It’s another day of celebration for you, yet another day of heartbreak for us, since we cannot be together. It's been very difficult not knowing where you are and how you are doing, but we're not giving up. We will never give up until you're in our arms again!

 

Your grandparents and I will celebrate your birthday today with a cake and candles. I'll post photos here soon; so you know how much you're loved and missed.

 

Enjoy your celebration today, and remember that every day that passes by brings us closer to seeing each other again! Happy 3rd birthday, sweetheart!

 

Love,

Daddy


February 2, 2013 (Julie's 3rd birthday)
From Grandparents
 

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February 28, 2012 (100 days since abduction)
From Grandparents
 
Dear Julie,
 
It’s been 100 agonizing days since you were abducted and taken thousands miles away from your family. Separation from you is devastating for all of us.
 
You are a big girl now. You are probably talking well, but we are unable to either listen to your baby talk, or see your beautiful face, or hear your laughter. It is very painful. No matter what you hear please remember we love you very much, always did, and always will. You are blessed to have a wonderful Daddy who put his life on hold and made it his mission to do everything possible to re-unite you with him and your loving family in Pennsylvania, the state you were born in.
 
Sweetheart, I am appealing to your Mom now. Anna, please think of Julie and take a look into her future. She will never forgive either of you if she were caught up in the midst of the horrible and shameful legal fights. She will be very thankful to both parents if they maintained some kind of normalcy in their relationship. For the sake of this precious baby please do the right thing and bring Julie back home so her Daddy could help you raise her and was positively involved in her life.
 
Father-daughter relationship will boost Julie’s self-esteem, help her do better at school and help her establish healthy relationships in the future. Isn’t this what you want for your child?
 
We miss you so much, sweetheart,
Your Grandma and Grandpa in Pennsylvania



February 2, 2012 (Julie's 2nd birthday)
From Daddy
 

Dear Julie, 

Happy birthday, sweetheart! Today you turn 2 years old. While I would do anything to celebrate this important milestone with you in person, sadly, circumstances don't allow us to celebrate together. However, on this special day, I want to wish you nothing but laughter, love and happiness in your life! Please don’t forget that you have TWO parents, and that we both love you, each in our own way.

As I look back at the last two years, it feels like just two days ago your mom and I brought you home from the hospital, and just yesterday we celebrated your 1st birthday, when you blew out your first candle from your high chair. As you are a year older now, and better able to understand the significance of this day, don’t forget to make a wish before you blow out the candles. If you wish hard enough, your wish will come true!

As you celebrate your birthday with your family in Russia, please remember that you also have a family in the U.S., who loves you and misses you dearly. Because you cannot be here with us, for this important day, your grandparents and I will have to celebrate your birthday without you. We also invited your big teddy bear and your nap-pal Ladybug to join us in singing a happy birthday song for you. They’ve both been asking me about you and wondering when Julie will come home. I wish I had a good answer for them... I just keep telling them that Julie will be back soon, and they understand. In the meantime, they are patiently waiting for you, along with all of your other toys and books.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 73 days since we were separated from each other on November 20, but please know that I am doing everything in my power to fix this and bring you home soon. I also think of you every day… many times a day... and it hurts to know that you’re so far away! But I have faith, and I know in my heart that we will be reunited!

I love you and miss you terribly,

Daddy




February 2, 2012 (Julie's 2nd birthday)
From Grandparents
 

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December 10, 2011 (3 weeks since abduction)
From Daddy
 

Julie - I love you! Please remember that you are - and always will be - my little girl! Someday soon, you'll be able to read this page and learn the truth about what happened! Please know that I am your daddy and will always love you and be there for you, no matter what obstacles life throws at us!

Love, Dad



December 10, 2011 (3 weeks since abduction)
From Grandparents
 

Dear Julie - our hearts are empty without you and are aching for you! You are our sunshine! Please ask your Mom to bring you back home! We will always hope and believe that the day will come when you'll get to know the truth and will find love with us again. We love you so much and are looking forward to seeing your beautiful smile again!

Love, your Grandma Tamara and Grandpa Eric


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