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Orlando area couple claims DCF broke law in adoption

ORLANDO, Fla. – An Orlando area family claims the Florida Department of Children and Families broke the law when a child was not placed in their home with his biological brothers.

Brandon and Thomas Feinsod said they adopted their sons Gio and Benny — biological brothers — five years ago. “My kids are the most important thing in the world,” Brandon Feinsod said. “Literally, when I kiss my kids good night I say, ‘I love you more than anything in the whole world.’” [TRENDING: Some vaccines more effective than others? | Ranking Disney World rides: Here’s the list | DeSantis gets J&J jab] The couple said they found out that the boys’ biological mother gave birth to another child and decided to find a new home for him.

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