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May 5, 2002 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They named her Alexandria Sumiko. They made arrangement for a crib and baby furniture. They started loving her, sight unseen. But that's as far as Holly and George Foster got in their quest for Alexandria, a baby they say was promised them by adoption facilitator Julie Fahrer. Alexandria never existed, the Fosters say. There was no birth, no baby, no adoption. Fahrer will not comment. Her husband, in a recent interview, said he knows of no children his wife has worked with in the last 20 years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 2002 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They named her Alexandria Sumiko. They made arrangement for a crib and baby furniture. They started loving her, sight unseen. But that's as far as Holly and George Foster got in their quest for Alexandria, a baby they say was promised them by adoption facilitator Julie Fahrer. Alexandria never existed, the Fosters say. There was no birth, no baby, no adoption. Fahrer will not comment. Her husband, in a recent interview, said he knows of no children his wife has worked with in the last 20 years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2002 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Culver City woman who claimed hundreds of Afghan women and children are on their way to the United States now admits they don't exist. Speaking through her husband, she apologized for "building up the hopes in people wanting to adopt Afghan orphans."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 2002 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of people across California have started applying to become foster parents in response to an e-mail seeking homes for more than 500 Afghan children and women despite strong suggestions from Afghan and U.S. officials that the drive behind it is fraudulent.
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