Corruption in international child adoption could not happen without collaboration with local agencies. Any investigation into these allegations should also follow similar route. Adoptive parents' quest, legal and financial redtape, and inter-agency competition [this is a lucrative business] has made transactions very difficult without at times cutting corners, merging or even filing for bankruptcy. The latest case is Imagine Adoption "which handled adoptions mainly from Ethiopia -- has grown wider, with the Waterloo regional police fraud squad launching a criminal investigation." Read More.