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"They dragged him through the streets, for God's sake. That shows what they care about - and it wasn't him," said David Goldman of the day his son, Sean, was brought to the U.S. Consulate in Rio de Janeiro to be reunited with his father. He was accompanied by his Brazilian stepfather, Joao Paulo Lins e Silva (left), and attorney Sergio Tostes.

ASSOCIATED PRESS "They dragged him through the streets, for God's sake. That shows what they care about - and it wasn't him," said David Goldman of the day his son, Sean, was brought to the U.S. Consulate in Rio de Janeiro to be reunited with his father. He was accompanied by his Brazilian stepfather, Joao Paulo Lins e Silva (left), and attorney Sergio Tostes.

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