Tomb opened to investigate stolen baby allegation, and found to be empty19-02-2012 Comments (3)
lThe tomb in Monda, Málaga, contained only an empty box.
A judicial commission given the job of exhuming the remains of baby girl, as part of the investigation into alleged stealing of babies, opened the site where the baby’s remains was supposed to be, at an old cemetery in Ronda, Málaga. A court in Málaga had authorised the exhumation to carry out DNA testing to confirm identity, but the tomb was empty. Diario Sur reports the mother said there was nothing there ‘Not even a blanket or clothes, nothing at all, just an empty box with a cross on top’.
The parents saw the child being born alive, but they were told later that she had died. The death is not recorded in the Registro Civil. The child was born 28 years ago when the mother P.G.A. gave birth prematurely in the Materno Hospital in Málaga, and she says she saw her daughter for just a few seconds, but enough to know she was alive, ‘smaller than normal’. The hospital later told her she had died before she was born.
‘The doctor told me that she would be born alive, but she was bound to die and so they would not incubate her or do anything else. It seemed strange to me’.
With the passing of the years the parents were unsettled and then with the reports of babies being stolen decided to denounce their case. The investigation continues, but now they know their baby is not in the resting place they were told, and indeed their daughter could well be alive.
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