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My father grew up with gypsies in Moldova. Everyone knew whenever you saw a blonde girl with gypsy folk that she was kidnapped. In the old country everyone knew to be wary of Gypsys
Back to the opening post.
Ireland, blonde girl removed from Roma familly.
DNA tests prove she is part of the family. So someone being a bit too proactive maybe.
Hope this little girl has not been too troubled by all the tests etc etc, and this proves someone else's earlier post, that there are blonde Roma children.
Man, since early times, prehistory, has brought and sold other humans. Seems a normal occurrence?
reply to post by j.r.c.b.
The first case from Greek roma camp, blond girl found from there wasnt their biological child but she also wasnt kidnapped and the second case from ireland that blond girl was prooven by dna to be their real child.
Many times i have to wonder what happend to innocent untill proven guilty, becouse when its question of rhoma ppl, its more like other way around, guilty untill prooven innocent and even then we are guilty in many ppls eyes/minds..
A blonde girl who was taken away from her Roma parents in Ireland was reunited with them last night after DNA tests proved she is their daughter. The seven-year-old was back with her family two days after ten officers stormed into her home in Dublin and removed her. Police took the drastic step after a member of the public expressed concern that a girl living in the end-of-terrace house bore no physical resemblance to her siblings. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...
Three Greek gypsies have been arrested on suspicion of child abduction days after a couple were charged with abducting a girl known as 'Maria'. The Roma were arrested today on the Aegean island of Lesvos, with police saying the trio allegedly tried to register the 21/2-month-old boy as their own. Suspicions were raised because they lacked sufficient documentation.
Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...