Greek Husband and Wife meet and, in time, marry.
They have two Children together, Daughter and Son.
The marriage breaks down for many reasons. Among them, Wife alleges that Husband beats Son and shares a bed with Daughter while he is naked.
A Greek family court awards Wife sole custody of Children, with restricted visitation and timesharing to Husband.
During one such visitation, Husband reportedly absconds with the Children and abducts them to the US.
Husband settles with the Children in a Greek community in Florida, in the Tampa area. Money is tight, and Husband is arrested for shoplifting.
Through a Greek reality television crime show show picked up in the Tampa area, Wife learns that Children are in Florida.
Wife initiates an application for the return of the Children to Greece under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
Law enforcement authorities become aware that Husband is wanted in Greece.
A federal judge in Florida in time enters a pickup order for the Children and Wife is reunited with the Children.
Wife prevails in the Hague Convention hearing and the US court orders that the Children be returned to Wife’s care in Greece.
Wife and Children return to Greece.
Shortly thereafter, Wife is assaulted and Husband allegedly abducts the Children again. To an undetermined location.
Authorities do not expect that Husband will return to the US this time.