A Broken American Dream by María José will soon be for sale, María José says it will publish in the newspaper around the world on Easter Sunday of resurrection. As soon as it’s in Spanish and we pass we go public with this and all the facebook to support María José and her daughter Victoria Solenne.
Join Mothers in supporting María José Carrascosa- http://www.mariajosecarrascosa.org/sobre-maria-jose/
A special presentation and introduction of María José book – https://youtu.be/1nqXX81p5sI
The Voice of her daughter…”I miss my mother”
“María José may give lectures in universities, seminars, conferences or summits, please come to fill in the appropriate request to her official website or contact with their lawyers in Spain, or Manhattan.”
“A special excerpt of the book will be published in the newspaper in this Sunday supplement of the Easter Sunday of resurrection, for anyone who wants to have a preview of the book and wants to make your reservation now.”
María José Carrascosa served 9 years after defending motherhood,
First interview after spending 9 years in prison for her daughter brought to Spain
“Between skyscrapers and luxury shopping on Fifth Avenue, María José Carrascosa walks through Manhattan enjoying the small pleasures you have freedom : a cappuccino, your favorite coffee; view of Central Park, which brings back memories of when she was partying with her sister in the noble area of the city; or the sun coming out intermittently to welcome spring. About to celebrate its first year out of the prison of Bergen County (New Jersey), the Spanish smiles to life and told in an interview to chronicle their history, lessons learned and dreams. Avanza how are the preparations of her book A broken American dream (A broken American dream), then decided to write their own history, that of the sentenced to 14 years in prison in the US for Valencia mother to take her daughter to Spain. Still she is paying for it.”
“During the nine years I spent in prison had to ask permission to go to the bathroom, he walked to step to the right of a hallway and open hands to be seen to not hide anything, slept with one eye half open because you do not know you can spend sleeping with criminals. .. it was very hard, but has also been a lesson in humility impressive “reflects the lawyer Carrascosa 11 months after he left prison after being sentenced to 56 years in prison in New Jersey which remained in 14- by “interfering with the custody” of their daughter Victoria Solenne.
The Spanish lawyer, 50, is not technically free because she is on probation, she said during the interview on the 23rd floor of the building on Madison Avenue where the offices of her lawyer, John Drohan are. Carrascosa still fighting in court to be exonerated by a federal appeals court in the US and reunited with her daughter and her parents. She is convinced that she has done nothing wrong but what to do as a mother to protect her baby.
Since last April 24, she can live outside prison, with probation. “I have time, like Cinderella, but at 11 pm back for monitoring”.
Starting Monday you can fill your order form or reservation of the book by going to the Facebook page.