Olga and Boris Shved lost their children after child abuse allegations. They fought back in the courts and a decade later have won. Now they want their children back. The problem is the Minnesota foster couple who wants to adopt them is the only family they've ever known.

When the children were removed the boy was two and the girl was a baby. Now they're 10 and 12 and want to be adopted by who they believe are their parents.

The Shveds are suing to block that. 

Naturally, if the charges against them have been dropped, they want their children back. It's tough to say you'd think differently in their shoes. What do you think should happen?