The Boy From Baby House 10

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John Lahutsky [C], 21,and Andrei Sullivan [L], 19, were Russian orphans who became best friends as little boys in their Moscow orphanage. Considered "incurables"

"John Lahutsky [C], 21,and Andrei Sullivan [L], 19, were Russian  orphans who became best friends as little boys in their Moscow  orphanage. Considered "incurables" due to their cerebral palsy, they  were offered no education or physical therapy and kept indoors for years  at a time. They were adopted by American families at ages 5 and 9,  respectively, and reunited after 14 years during HOPE Week 2011. John  recently wrote a book, The Boy from Baby House 10, which details his  suffering in the Russian orphanage system." Read Full Article See Photos...

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Jennifer Clibbon tells "The story of the Boy from Baby House 10."

By CBC News CBC News April 23, 2010 Read The Original Article Russia has temporarily suspended child adoptions to the United States following the alarming case of Artyom Savelyev, an eight-year-old Russian boy who was put on a plane back to his native country by his adoptive mother. Tory Anne Hansen, from Tennessee, sent Artyom back to Moscow alone, with a note saying she couldn't cope with him anymore because of his allegedly violent outbursts. The case has horrified people around the world and cast a spotlight on child adoptions from Russia. Russian authorities were outraged...

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A young man tells story of rescue from Russian orphanage and new American mother in a new book.

By LINDA KOEHLER lkoehler@tnonline.com Times News Online April 2, 2010 Read The Original Article In September 1998, Paula Lahutsky of Bethlehem was reading her church bulletin about a child in Russia who had cerebral palsy and needed to be adopted. If not, his future looked bleak. A couple from the Russian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas in Bethlehem, where Paula is a member, had gone to Russia where they adopted their second child. They had met a woman by the name of Sarah Philps, the wife of a British journalist, who was volunteering at one of the Baby Houses in Russia. Sar...

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It was 'like a devil's den' Pa. student's life started in Russian orphanage.

By Michael Matza Inquirer Staff Writer. Philadelphia Inquirer March 01, 2010 Read The Original Article Born in Russia with cerebral palsy in 1990, Vanya Pashtukhov was abandoned by his alcoholic mother at a bleak Moscow orphanage called Baby House 10. For the next half-dozen years, he was clothed in rags and confined to a metal crib in near-constant "bed regime." Government doctors labeled him "ineducable" and, when he was only 6, shunted him to an adult asylum for "mental defectives." "It was terrifying," he recalled recently. "Like a devil's den." Pashtukhov's pitiful child...

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THE BOY FROM BABY HOUSE 10 BY ALAN PHILPS AND JOHN LAHUTSKY (Weidenfeld & Nicolson £18.99).

By Philip Jacobson. Mail Online February 23,2010 Read The Original Article There is something decidedly Dickensian about this deeply moving, frequently enraging and ultimately uplifting account of how a severely disabled child blessed with an unquenchable spirit triumphs over adversity with the aid of good-hearted people. Born prematurely and afflicted with cerebral palsy, Vanya had been abandoned by his alcoholic mother when he was a year old and was swiftly consigned to the living hell of Russia's state orphanage system - more accurately described as gulags for childre...

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A true story of hope and triumph, Boy From Baby House 10 tells the tale of a young Russian orphan who survived an incredibly cruel orphanage before finally being adopted by a Bethlehem woman.It’s a wonderful book for the holidays – if you have your tissues ready. Lehigh Valley Magazine recently sat down with this incredible young man and his mother to discuss his story, his book and his dreams…

LEHIGH VALLEY MAGAZINE NOVEMBER | DECEMBER 2009 www.lehighvalleymagazine.com Text by Lindsey Getz, Photos by Stefan Siegel There are certain individuals you meet in a lifetime that you know you won’t forget. You may have spoken no more than a few casual words, or even just caught their eye, but something about them has a real impact on you. John Lahutsky is one of those people. From the time he was a baby, living within the confines of a Russian orphanage, he has had a special quality that has made him unforgettable to those he meets. And it was that special quality that may have ...

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Bethlehem Township, Pa., teen writes book about 'nightmare' in Russian orphanage By Express-Times staff October 01, 2009, 12:34AM

Read The Original Article John Lahutsky, of Bethlehem Township, Pa.,was born in Russia and spent the first nine years of his life in an orphanage there. Because Lahutsky has cerebral palsy, he was deemed incapable of learning and placed in a mental asylum for adults. He was underfed, overmedicated and spent all of his time inside. “I saw naked children banging their heads into cribs, crying out for attention and lying in pools of their own waste,” said Lahutsky, now 19. “I related to a vegetable because of all the drugs I was given. … I suffered from malnutr...

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Nightmare in Russia Bethlehem Township teen's book reveals the horrors of his life in an orphanage

By Irene Kraft THE MORNING CALL October 2, 2009 John Lahutsky of Bethlehem Township would like to be a filmmaker. When renting a DVD, the junior at Freedom High School has always enjoyed watching extras showing the way a film is made before watching the actual movie. He'll most likely make films about history, he says, because history is his favorite subject. Yet, those who know the history of this 19-year-old who's afflicted with mild cerebral palsy may find it hard to believe he could be happy exploring the past. Before coming to the United States, John spent more than eight ...

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WFMZ Channel 69 News story POSTED: 10-02-2009 05:38 PM ET | MODIFIED: 10-02-2009 11:27 PM ET Orphaned Russian Shares Story Of Traumatic Childhood

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The strength of ONE scout By Brendan Bertagnoll,Staff Writer, The Cornerstone Volume XXXI, Issue 6 Thursday, August 6, 2009 live.oa-bsa.org

http://live.oa-bsa.org/events/n2009/live/cornerstone/ThursdayIssue.pdf The Cornerstone Volume XXXI, Issue 6 Thursday, August 6, 2009 live.oa-bsa.org The strength of ONE scout By Brendan Bertagnoll Staff Writer The power of one individual has never been more evident than in the presence of John Lahutsky. John, a Life Scout and Brotherhood member of Witauchsoman Lodge in Pennsylvania, has now added another feather to his cap: author. On September 29, John’s new book, which he coauthored with his friend Alan Philps, The Boy from Baby House 10: From the Nightmare of a Russian Or...

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The Morning Call 5/14/06

Copyright The Morning Call May 14, 2006 Kathleen Rose- Bercaw Special to The Morning Call - Freelance2 There are days when 16-year-old John Lahutsky can barely contain his euphoria. He might be poring over a favorite social studies project at East Hills Middle School, or working on a project with his beloved Boy Scout Troop 362, or chowing down on ribs, another favorite. Then it hits him. "I love my life," he'll say to himself. "I just love it." And what a life it is. He loves Tchaikovsky and martial arts, and is a First Class Boy Scout who ha...

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