A Mother’s Anguish as Baby Gammy Celebrates Fourth Birthday
December 27, 2017
(Sydney Morning Herald) – Gammy, who has Down Syndrome, was near-death when his sister was taken more than 5000 kilometres away to a remote Western Australian town only weeks after their births in a public hospital in Bangkok on December 23, 2013. He has never seen his twin. Chanbua, who is known as Goy, last year wrote a letter to the twins’ biological Australian father David Farnell, a 59 year-old convicted sex offender, and his 51 year-old wife Wendy, pleading for them to allow her and Gammy to be reunited with Pipah, the name the Farnells gave the girl.