Spain: A nun accused of stealing newborns

Spain: A nun accused of stealing newborns

Madrid : Spain | Apr 13, 2012 at 8:53 AM PDT
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Sister Maria Gomez Valbuena, hold an accused of is that in 1982, working in one of Madrid's hospitals received newborn daughter, Pilar, her mother, Maria Luisa Torres and returned to the education of a married couple.

Today the 80-year-old nun, the first lied to the mother "the child died," and then threatened her that if it contests the court for stealing a newborn, it also receives the older daughter as "immoral woman" who gave birth to a child without a husband. According to Spanish media, this practice could continue in 1939 and have been on a massive scale.

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Portrait - Queen Maria Luisa of Spain
Portrait - Queen Maria Luisa of Spain
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