During the custody battle, the girl wrote to the court and stated that she does not want to live with the mother, that she wants to stay with her aunt Neringa ‘forever’, because “she is good to me”. Yet the court completely dismissed the girl’s will and after one unsuccessful attempt to enforce the police order and remove her from her home on the 23. March 2012 (what happened, see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptGVTGTbCdA) police and Special Forces stormed her home and violently tore her away from her guardian’s arms on May 17th.
Her mother, Laima Stankunaite, wearing a bullet proof vest, and the mother’s lawyer carried, stone-faced, the screaming and terrified girl away into the waiting van (see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zE_a3fvfVI), while Special Forces and police beat and carried away protesters. 39 people who protested the girl’s kidnapping by force and her horrifying and inhumane treatment, were detained. People, who went to protest in front of the Presidential palace against the brutal treatment of the girl, will soon face prosecution too. At the moment, the parliament is working on removing the aunt Neringa Venckiene’s immunity as a judge, so that she too can be prosecuted and destroyed - professionally, personally, and economically.