Remarriage, marriage, not approved by their former partners, looking for girls between the ages of 10 and 11
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Red for a different father and mother and Yellow for their respective daughters, aged 10 and 11, were kidnapped in Germany and taken to Paraguay without the approval of their former partners. These are the colors of the alert issued by Interpol. The kidnapping happened in November, when the resurgence of the coronavirus pandemic caused a wave of denials Willing to do anything to avoid vaccination which has never been mandatory. This is no extraordinary or less dramatic case. The remarried couple tried to stop the other two parents from looking for the girls by leaving a suicide note as a goodbye. They are still alive.
The trail has reached Paraguay, where dozens of deniers around the world, including nearly 2,000 Germans, have fled vaccinations and restrictions imposed by the government to contain the pandemic. Monday is found an abandoned vehicle used by the parents Paraguayan police said on Tuesday that in Bela Vista, about 400 kilometers south of Asuncion.
This Monday, the mother of one of the girls, Anne Maja Reniger-EglerAppeared at the headquarters of the Public Ministry of Paraguay to ask citizens to take heart “and to support the authorities to find Clara Magdalena Aglar (10)—her daughter—and Lara Valentina Blanc (11).
The Public Ministry’s Trafficking Unit and the National Police’s Anti-Abduction Department are investigating the case of little girls who came to the country for five months with Andreas Rainer Egler – Clara’s father – and Anna Maria Egler, Lara’s mother . Earlier The investigation has taken place only the house they hid, However, the house was abandoned earlier.
“There are many German communities here and almost all of them are very closed, which is why the investigation is so difficult.” Mario Vallejos, deputy director of the Paraguayan police, explains.
German migration to Paraguay skyrocketed last year, chasing the dream of complete independence, without anticovid measures, a far cry from the perceived dictatorship in Germany.
They travel through Telegram or Facebook under the lure of promises, and some residents who have lived there for years have turned to Paraguay’s growing interest in its business model: they give them much more valuable land and lots of money. Sell privacy. It is a new form of emigration, which took place after the Second World War, in most cases follows its own rules and regulations. always covered in secrecy, This is why Paraguayan police officers have condemned the lack of secrecy and cooperation of German communities in the areas where the girls were seen.”
The couple who ran away with the girls probably intended to live in the community of Anti-Vaccine German Settlers, argued the plaintiff’s attorney, Stephen Schultheis. “We are facing a case of parental right violation or kidnapping. Both are sought by German courts,” he says.
The German embassy in Asuncion does not know the exact number and status of their emigrated citizens, although they already rank third in the number of immigrants, after Brazilians and Argentines. In the small town of Hohenau alone, about 30 German families have settled in recent months, developing a colony that already had a German school, a German butchery or a bakery.
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