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Protesters rally in Oklahoma in support of Veronica's biological father

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More than two dozen Native Americans gathered in the shadow of Oklahoma's state capitol. (Photo source KOTV) More than two dozen Native Americans gathered in the shadow of Oklahoma's state capitol. (Photo source KOTV)
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOTV/WCSC) -

Protesters were rallying in Oklahoma's capitol city on Monday to show their support for baby Veronica's biological father, Dusten Brown.

According to KOTV in Oklahoma, more than two dozen Native Americans showed up in Oklahoma City representing various tribes including Kiowa, Seminole and Cherokee.

"What you see going across tribal barriers is caring for our children to make sure they're in the proper environments, that they will be able to succeed in life as best as possible," said Chebon Cernell, Seminole tribe member.

There's still no word what's going to happen to Veronica.

The South Carolina Supreme Court ordered Veronica be returned to her adoptive parents, the Capobianco's on James Island.

There's been no sign of Veronica who is reportedly being taken of by her biological grandparents.

Copyright WCSC 2013. KOTV contributed to this report. All rights reserved.

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