Irish doctor organized illegal adoptions leaving no paper trail for people to find their families


Still though, Margaret Norton is angry with the entire operation. “I’m angry that this went on when it shouldn’t have. It was completely wrong.”

“I have absolutely no idea who my birth parents are and there is no way of me finding out without them coming forward or passing me some information. There is simply no trace of my past and every door has been closed in my face.”

“I have a nice life. So I just need to know who my birth mother is. Even if she was to contact me to say, “I am who I am and my family don’t know”, I understand. Even if I get a note in the door anonymously, that’s fine by me. I respect her privacy. I just want to know who I am.”