Another girl taken from Roma family in Ireland

The authorities in the Republic of Ireland have removed a 7-year-old girl from a Roma family in Dublin after suspicion was raised about her identity.

Another girl taken from Roma family in Ireland

World Bulletin / News Desk

It has only been a week since the mysterious blonde girl known only as Maria was saved from a Roma family in Greece, after DNA tests revealed that the girl had no relation with the couple who claimed to be her parents. Now, in an almost identical case, a 7-year-old blonde girl has been taken by the Irish authorities after questions were raised regarding her birth certificate.

A member of public told the police after discovering the child, who bore no resemblance to the rest of her family members.

The Sunday World newspaper claimed that her so called parents produced a birth certificate showing that she was born in Coombe hospital in Dublin 2006, but after an investigation the hospital revealed that it had no records of the girl being born there on the given date.

She was later removed under the authority of the Child Care Act and is now being looked after by the Health Service Executive.

These discoveries have raised hopes for families of children who have gone missing without a trace years ago.

Last Mod: 22 Ekim 2013, 17:42
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