Concerns raised as former Wash. state Rep. Matt Shea tries to arrange Ukrainian adoptions
Former Washington state Rep. Matt Shea, who didn't seek re-election in 2020 after a report found that he planned and engaged in domestic terrorism, is now in Poland, where he says he's trying to arrange for the adoption of Ukrainian children.
The move is raising concerns among experts on international adoption and Polish officials alike. Local officials said Shea was combative when they made inquiries, and vague about his plans.
Seattle Times reporter David Gutman broke the story, and spoke to KNKX All Things Considered host Ed Ronco about what he learned.