State v. Kent

This is a quick analysis of a 1981 Courier-Post article highlighting some of the major inconsistencies with what Edward Kent stated during his court testimony and what actually took place during Michelle’s adoption process. This post briefly discusses these critical issues and questions why the court, and the State ofContinue Reading

Original Publication: Courier-Post Original Publication Date: June 5, 1981 NOTE: Much of the information taken from Kent’s testimony completely contradicts Hollie’s experiences and even some of the details that were provided to Michelle by her adoptive father in 2017. We briefly discuss these issues and inconsistencies in this post. CAMDENContinue Reading

Original Publication: Courier-Post Original Publication Date: October 17, 1981 NOTE: Much of the information taken from Kent’s testimony completely contradicts Hollie’s experiences and even some of the details that were provided to Michelle by her adoptive father in 2017. We briefly discuss these issues and inconsistencies in this post. ByContinue Reading

173 N.J. Super. 215 (1980) STATE OF NEW JERSEY, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT, v. EDWARD KENT, DEFENDANT-RESPONDENT. Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division. Argued March 10, 1980. Decided July 1, 1980. [1] *218 Before Judges SEIDMAN, MICHELS and DEVINE. William C. Levine, Assistant Prosecutor, argued the cause for appellant (John B. Mariano,Continue Reading

Original Publication: The Philadelphia Inquirer Original Publication Date: April 15, 1978 NOTE: Much of the information taken from Kent’s testimony completely contradicts Hollie’s experiences and even some of the details that were provided to Michelle by her adoptive father in 2017. We will be writing about these inconsistencies at aContinue Reading

Original Publication: The New York Times Original Publication Date: April 15, 1978 CAMDEN, N.J., April 14 (UPI) – A lawyer with offices in Marlton, N.J., and Willingboro, N.J., has been indicted for allegedly arranging the illegal adoption of babies. The indictment of the lawyer, Edward Kent, 52 years old, wasContinue Reading