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Friday, February 15, 2013

America’s Future Mexican Family Values: That “Nine-Year-Old” Girl Who Gave Birth

is Really 12… or 13… or …; Her Age is Fake, Her Name is Fake, Her "Valid" Mexican Birth Certificate is Fake, and Her Boyfriend is Fake; He's Really her Stepfather!

How are We Going to Do Background Checks on Amnestied Illegal Alien Mexicans, When Mexican Authorities Can't Even Figure Out Who's Who, Down South?

Posted by Nicholas Stix

 

Readers of a certain age will recall the commonsense phrase that feminists have had succeeded largely in stamping out: "She lies like a whore."

 

Neighbors are saying that the mother of the girl of indeterminate identity and age is a prostitute. The girl has been identified merely as "Dafne," but we can forget about that. She'll have gone through a few aliases since she was last seen in Guadalajara.

According to Jose Ramirez of the prosecutor's office, "all of the stepfather's male relatives were being given a DNA test to eliminate them from the investigation and make sure they are not the father."

How would the prosecutor's office do that? You have unknown people move into your jurisdiction and request and receive a birth certificate for a minor child who was not born there, who has allegedly never attended school, and for whom the "family" provided no identification. How then, can you be sure who the "stepfather" is, let alone who his male relatives are.

There is only thing you can be sure of: This "family" is a bunch of criminals!

And which sort of corruption resulted in issuing a birth certificate without any basis—was this kind-hearted corruption or, more likely the usual mordida variety, in which the "family" paid a bribe to an official in the Bureau of Records?

We can't even assume the "mother" is the girl's mother. The article speculates that the woman may have turned out the girl as a prostitute, in which case the birth certificate would have served to drive the child's price up. Or the child may be a sex slave who is unrelated to either of the adults she was traveling with.    

Daily Mail: "Dubious: Authorities will want to know why the girl's mother, who has been accused of being a prostitute, has possibly lied about her daughter's real age."

 

We've known for years that the only thing that a "matricula consular" card proves is that if its bearer is an alien (unlike D.A. King), he is either an illegal alien or a con man pulling a publicity stunt.

 

We've now further learned, courtesy of this story, that even a "valid" Mexican birth certificate is an unsecure form of ID.

 

As far why the mother lied about her daughter's age, it is even possible that she lied because that's what she does all the time. Lying to and manipulating people, especially if she is a prostitute, may simply be a way of life for her.

 

A reconquista or open borders zealot may counter, "But these people are not typical of the people of Guadalajara. The neighbors were very suspicious of them."

 

True, but the honest Mexicans tend to stay in Mexico, while we get the crooks.

 

 

'Nine-year-old' Mexican girl who gave birth IS really aged 12 and the baby's father is her STEPFATHER

  • Dafne's baby was born on January 27 in Zapopan, Mexico
  • Doctors who delivered the baby now claim that the well developed girl seems far older biologically than nine-years-old
  • Authorities investigating her real age and why her parents would possibly lie about it as it sparked huge child abuse investigation
  • Legal age of consent in Mexico is 14

By Daniel Bates In Guadalajara, Mexico

PUBLISHED:20:48 EST, 13 February 2013| UPDATED:23:50 EST, 13 February 2013

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Dubious: Authorities will want to know why the girl's mother, who has been accused of being a prostitute, has possibly lied about her daughter's real age

Mexican state officials confirmed that the girl who gave birth to a child two weeks ago is 12 or 13 years old and not 9-years-old like her mother previously claimed.

The officials also confirmed that her 44-year-old stepfather is the father of the child and not her teenage boyfriend.

MailOnline was in Guadalajara last week and was the first to reveal neighbor's [sic] suspicions that the girl, identified only as Dafne, was older than her mother initially said.

Multiple sources told MailOnline that it was 'highly likely' that Dafne was not the age her mother claimed she was when she went into hospital with her daughter in labour.

Now government officials have used DNA tests to confirm the identity of the baby's father after she originally told hospital workers that her 17-year-old boyfriend had impregnated her.

State prosecutors reportedly did an anthropological study of the girl, which was not described in detail, which helped them to conclude that she is between 12 and 13 years old.

Multiple sources told MailOnline that it was 'highly likely' that Dafne was not the age her mother claimed she was when she went into hospital with her daughter in labour.

One explanation for the ongoing saga is that her mother - who MailOnline is not naming to protect Dafne's privacy - may have been trying to get her into school for the first time as she had not gone until now.

Another more sinister reason could have been if, as has been claimed by neighbours, the mother is a prostitute who is trying to turn Dafne into a sex worker too, a nine-year-old could command a higher fee from clients than a teenager.

Although Dafne has a birth certificate, the circumstances under which it was obtained are unclear.

It only emerged a year and two months ago when she tried to go to school for the first time and was told she needed it.

Neighbours have described Dafne as 'kind and very sweet' and said she looked much older than nine.

A woman who lives next door, in her early 20s, said that Dafne was tall for her age, appeared well developed, with a light complexion and long blonde hair which goes past her shoulders.

Another twist would be that if Dafne's real age is 15 or higher then her boyfriend sleeping with her would not even be a crime.

Disappeared: The stepfather, left, and the mother, right, have not been seen for two days. They are pictured with another relative and his child

It is only an offence under Mexican law to sleep with somebody aged 14 or younger.

The birth certificate, issued on November 17, 2011, shows that Dafne was born on Monday March 6 2003, which makes her nine.

She would have been the same age when she fell pregnant.

On the birth certificate the stepfather is also named as the father.

The birth certificate was issued by the town hall in the municipality of Ixtlahuacan De Los Membrillos, where Dafne and her family have been living for six years.

Dr Sergio Ramon Quintero Gonzalez, the district president, told MailOnline that Dafne's mother was not from his area.

He said: 'The first contact we had with this family was when they came in asking for the birth certificate.

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Doubts: Dafne's birth certificate is under scrutiny as it was only issued in 2011

'They were interviewed and I only saw them briefly when they came in to be interviewed.

'We issued the document to support the child going to school, but she didn't go to school. We helped them but they didn't do anything with it.

'A lot of people here are concerned this has happened and hoped it would happen somewhere else.'

Jose Ramirez, media coordinator for the Jarisci prosecutor's office, said: 'We are going back through the archives to try and find out exactly when she was born.

'She is not originally from here so we are having to do a thorough search. The girl will be given a medical examination to see exactly how old she is. It is highly likely that the girl is older than nine years old.'

Mr Ramirez added that as a matter of routine, all of the stepfather's male relatives were being given a DNA test to eliminate them from the investigation and make sure they are not the father.

Preliminary results will come back in 72 hours, although the full tests will not be known for two weeks.

Lina Ginzalez Corona, head spokesman for the Jarisco Prosecutor's office, told MailOnline that so far there had been no arrests and no charges filed. He said: 'The girl is still insisting that it is her boyfriend who got her pregnant. The problem is that we don't know where the guy is so we are looking for him.

Government interaction: Doctor Enrique Rabago Solorio answered questions following the claims made by the girl's mother, which have since been revoked by state officials

Rumours: Neighbours on the street where they live have made various claims about the family - from the stepfather abusing Dafne to the mother working as a prostitute

'When we find him we will see what he really did. This is an active investigation and we are pursuing it.'

He added that if it turns out the boyfriend did make Dafne pregnant and she was under age then he could be jailed for up to seven years.

Dr Quintero Gonzalez added that there were now serious questions over whether or not Dafne's boyfriend - originally believed to be the father of the child - even exists.

He said: 'Dafne's mother said that the boyfriend is from the neighborhood but nobody has heard of him.

'We have no name and nobody knew he was her boyfriend.'

Dafne's neighbours had similar suspicions. One told MailOnline: 'We never saw any boyfriend at their house.'

If it turned out to be her stepfather as some have claimed, he would be tried as an adult and could be put away for between 12 and 20 years.

Dafne's baby was born by C-section on January 27 in Zoquipan Hospital, in Zapopan, Mexico's western Jalisco state weighting 5.95lbs.

Both girls are doing fine and in a healthy condition. According to Dafne's mother the girl was eight at the time she got pregnant but she didn't realize she was expecting until she was seven months gone.

The mother - who can't read or write - supposedly didn't even think that it was a crime that somebody so young having sex could be a criminal offense until she turned up at the hospital.

Well developed: Doctors at the hospital outside Guadalajara have cast doubt on her real age because of her biological characteristics

It now appears the Dafne has not been sterilized as earlier reports suggested but has been surgically fitted with an implant that will stop her getting pregnant.

The device can be removed by a surgeon and in theory she can have another baby.

Dafne's mother has reported the Zoquipan Hospital to the local human rights commission because she claimed she did not approve the procedure.

But in a press conference health commissioner Munoz Serrano said that he had a note in which she gave her written permission.

Dafne, her mother, her stepfather - and her newborn baby girl - left their 7ft by 25ft breeze block home in the run down suburb of Colonial los Olivos in a taxi on Wednesday night hours before police and the local mayor showed up to speak with them.

Lurid claims have since been made against the step father including that has abused one of his own daughters and used to beat Dafne and share a bath with her.

 

[N.S.: Below are the only two reader comments the Daily Mail censors permitted, before officially shutting down all commenting.]

 

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This is normal for a sex crazed world. That's all anyone cares about is sex. They don't care about education and as a result, no jobs. Minimum wage at around a hundred bucks a week is not a living wage and would not enable a person to be self sufficient. So women turn to prostitution to get by and beat up. Same thing in the USA States unless you are one of the top 1 to 5 percentage people making around half a million dollars a year. If you don't know somebody or are not the right complexion, you can go to college and still graduate with a degree and end up flipping burgers at some fast food joint.

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What a shame. Mom is a stupid idiot. The authorities should take all her kids away.

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