[Marcia Anne Yablon-Zug] says such subjective and biased rationales go like this: "Maybe these parents meet the legal definition of 'fit,' but where they're going is not great and it's not in the child's best interests, so we're just going to ignore the whole fitness part and do a straight "best interests' determination."Judge Philip M. Martin Jr. questioned whether parental unfitness was even necessary to prove in Maria's case. Instead, Maria's trip across the border when [Angelica] was an infant was cited by Martin as proof that "being in the status of an undocumented immigrant is, no doubt, fraught with peril and this would appear to be an example of that fact" Martin ordered [Daniel] and Angelica to remain in the custody of the Molinas in Grand Island."My daughter didn't want me," Maria said sadly. "She didn't want to talk to me or let me touch her. She said I wasn't her mother."