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Tiffany Rubin

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Tiffany Rubin is New York public school teacher whose 7-year-old son Kobe Lee was abducted by her ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Salko in September, 2007. The two were sharing custody of the boy, and when facing up to six months in jail for failure to pay child support, Salko abducted the child and returned to his native South Korea. Through Rubin's MySpace page, she received an anonymous tip from a person claiming to know exactly where her son was, and where he was going to school. With the help of the American Association for Lost Children as well as ex-CIA agent, Bazzel Baz, Rubin flew to South Korea, went into Kobe's classroom and asked the teacher if she could speak to Kobe. Rubin took him into the hallway, and disguised the child in a wig, so that they could leave the building. The immediately sought shelter at the U.S. Embassy until they could return to the U.S. A feature television movie, produced by the Lifetime Movie Network, was released on January 31, 2011. The film entitled "Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story" chronicles the events of Rubin's story. The television production stars Terry O'Quinn, an Emmy-award winner, and Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson as Tifanny Rubin. O'Quinn, who played John Locke in the "Lost" television series, plays Mark Miller, the director of the American Association for Lost Children Inc., the organization that assisted Rubin in her efforts to recover her son Kobe from Seoul, South Korea. REFS Mahalo Daily Videos Playlist: Check out More Videos from Mahalo: How to Play Guitar: How to Speak French: How to Speak Italian: How to Speak Spanish: How to Speak Korean: Learn Math: Learn German: Learn Biology: Learn Math: Learn German:
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