Sunday, 16 October 2011

'Stolen babies': families get DNA tests

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CÁDIZ (Agencies) The 'SOS Stolen Babies Cádiz' association is part of a chain of similar associations throughout the country that represents some 300 local people searching for family members that might have been part of the babies stolen at birth network that is scandalizing Spain from top to bottom. SOS Bebés Robados called a meeting this weekend to 'advise' both the biological parents as well as those who thought they were 'adopting' legally in the province of Cádiz. DNA samples were also taken at the meeting with the objective of creating files of as many cases as possible. There is no news of any similar meeting taking place in La Línea or Algeciras, two local places where suspicions of babies being stolen from the 1940s to the 70s and even 80s are being confirmed.

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