John Lahutsky

“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.”


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