Double Kidnapping – Child Is Reunited with Mother after Kidnapping, Then Taken by Social Services

Baby on Mother's Shoulder

In a Tennessee kidnapping incident, social services added insult to injury by taking away a child who had just been reunited with his mother. Maria Gurrola was stabbed and her four-day-old son was kidnapped from her arms. Later, the perpetrator was apprehended and the boy was retuned to his mother, but not for long. The little boy only had a few moments with his mother before he was forced from his mothers arms a second time, this time by social services. Social services took the young boy and his three siblings based on an unfounded notion that the mother had actually tried to sell the boy. All of the children were eventually returned after authorities were unable to support the allegation.

[The mother] started crying and shaking uncontrollably when she was told the children would be taken into state custody. “She said taking the kids away was a worse stab in her heart than the stab from the lady who took the baby,” Rodriguez said.

 


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