In this June 2008 photo courtesy of the D'Jamoos family, Alexander D'Jamoos, center, poses with his adoptive parents, Michael and Helene D'Jamoos, and his younger brother, Marc, while on a family vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Alexander, who was born with no legs, grew up in a Russian orphanage and was adopted after he came to a Texas hospital to have a prosthesis attached that enabled him to walk. He is angry over legislation pending in Moscow that would ban adoptions of Russian children by Americans. (AP Photo/Family photo, Sasha D'jamoos)

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In this June 2008 photo courtesy of the D'Jamoos family, Alexander D'Jamoos, center, poses with his adoptive parents, Michael and Helene D'Jamoos, and his younger brother, Marc, while on a family vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Alexander, who was born with no legs, grew up in a Russian orphanage and was adopted after he came to a Texas hospital to have a prosthesis attached that enabled him to walk. He is angry over legislation pending in Moscow that would ban adoptions of Russian children by Americans. (AP Photo/Family photo, Sasha D'jamoos)
In this June 2008 photo courtesy of the D'Jamoos family, Alexander D'Jamoos, center, poses with his adoptive parents, Michael and Helene D'Jamoos, and his younger brother, Marc, while on a family vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Alexander, who was born with no legs, grew up in a Russian orphanage and was adopted after he came to a Texas hospital to have a prosthesis attached that enabled him to walk. He is angry over legislation pending in Moscow that would ban adoptions of Russian children by Americans. (AP Photo/Family photo, Sasha D'jamoos)
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