You mean, other than the fact that it exactly resembles the elian case?
Dead mother - check
Living with other relatives - check
Father petitioning courts in another country for custody - check
Father wins custody - check
Custody of said child results in moving child across international borders - check
Police having to take child away from other relatives by force - not so much in this case, but that just speaks to the character or lack thereof with the other relatives the child was staying with.
So I'm curious if you also thought the right decision was made in the Gonzales case as well since custody was also restored to the father?