The Colorado Springs woman accused of arranging the kidnapping of her 9-year-old son from her ex-husband's home in California is speaking out for the first time.
In an interview with The Denver Post, Debra Rose claims she
simply went to find her son in California because she believed she
had legal custody of him.
And she says she doesn't know how her son was returned to her.
Nicholas Farber was taken at gunpoint from his father's home on
August 28th. On that morning, Rose says she woke up in her hotel
room and found him standing there.
She said she had told people she needed to find her son because
he needed medication.
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