A BABY hacked from her murdered mother’s stomach has been found alive after a suspected kidnapper showed up at a hospital “covered in blood” and claimed the child was her own.
Eight months pregnant Rosa Isela Castro Vazquez, 20, was dragged into a car and butchered after meeting a stranger who offered her free baby clothes on Facebook.
Her mutilated body was later found dead on a ranch in the Mexican state of Veracruz.
However, Rosa Isela’s baby daughter was found alive and well when police arrested two suspects whose names were given as Veronica “N” and Gonzalo “N”.
Under the guise of a fake online profile, Veronica Rosa lured Isela away from home with the promise of free baby clothes before disappearing on November 30.
CCTV footage showed Rosa Isela meeting suspect Veronica before she was pushed into a vehicle and never seen alive again.
In a horrifying act, the suspects are said to have dismembered the victim and stolen the unborn baby from her womb.
Investigators said the perpetrator was unable to father children herself and had faked her pregnancy for eight months before the murder.
Authorities have revealed that Veronica appeared at a hospital “covered in blood” with the stolen child in her arms as she attempted to register the baby as her own.
On Monday, the two suspects appeared before a judge charged with kidnapping and femicide.
Disturbingly, Rosa Isela’s murder mirrors an equally horrifying case from a few days earlier.
Pregnant Martha Aurora Ramírez Luis, 19, disappeared with her friend after they got into a taxi on November 26 in the Mexican state of Nuevo León.
The mother-to-be was later found dead with her friend on November 30, and her baby had allegedly been hacked out of her womb.
The baby’s current whereabouts are unknown and investigations are still ongoing.
The two harrowing crimes have rocked a country bombarded daily with news of murdered women.
So far in 2022, 2,831 women have been murdered in Mexico.
In 2021, 3,750 women were murdered. In 2020 there were 3,723 – over 10 women a day, according to Amnesty International.
The heinous and strikingly similar killings came just days after demonstrations took place across Mexico to commemorate the November 25 Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Calls for addressing Mexico’s spiraling femicide crisis as the violence-ridden country continues to be rocked by a stratospherically high murder rate.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6854683/baby-found-cut-from-mums-womb-kidnapper-mexico/ A newborn baby was found ALIVE after being cut from the womb by a kidnapper who “couldn’t have children” in Mexico