Byron, left, plays with a bubble gun as he sits outside with Desmond Sewell, in Buda, Texas.
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Back home in Guatemala, Byron always asked his parents if it was his birthday, no matter whether June 24 was a week or several months away.When the day arrived, David Xol would buy a small cake -- a "pastelito" -- for Byron to share with his two younger brothers.Judge Dana Sabraw's order required children under 5 years old to be returned to their parents in 14 days, and every other child to be returned within 30 .The Xol family had no relatives or friends in the U.S. who could take Byron.Byron had to stay in the United States while the case went forward.De Anda connected the Sewells to Byron and his family.
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