Diana Alarid, a Twitter user who presents herself as a graduate in criminology published a thread in which he makes a chronological count and calls into question the official version of the case of Paulette Gebara Farah, a 4-year-old girl whose body was found in her own bed on March 31, 2010, at her home in Huixquilucan, Mexico state.
The narration begins with the remembrance of March 31, 2010, the day the girl's body was found at the foot of her bed; however, he notes that Mauricio Antonio Gebara and Lizette Farah, parents of the minor had already filed the missing report since March 22.
Help me get back to my house. My name is Paulette and I am 4 years old. I have a motor and language disability, I have a scar on my back on the left side, I cannot stand on my own, I need my parents, "said the search posters distributed by Lizette and Mauricio.
According to the first declarations of the marriage Gebara Farah, the girl had been lying in her bed the night before. It also mentions that in less than 24 hours, elements of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico (PGJEM) arrived at the family home to start the corresponding investigations. In other words, they searched the house for clues, this includes the girl's room.
“Over the next four days, Paulette's parents flooded the city with ads looking for their daughter. They already had more than 20 spectacular ads and dozens of blankets with the photo of the minor on pedestrian bridges in the capital and metropolitan area, "explained the tweeter.
Derived from the attention they got on March 26, Alberto Bazbaz, the entity's attorney general, went personally to the home and also had access to the girl's room without finding the body.
"Two more days passed and the story told by the parents fell apart, they fell into contradictions and the PGJEM asked to root them toge ther with the nannies on the grounds that there were inconsistencies and disagreements in their statements," the thread continues.
It is worth mentioning that experts, canine pairs, reporters and relatives of the victim entered Paulette's room and none of them found or smelled the body. lifeless that had been rotting for eight days.
"After a blackout in the building, the experts found Paulette's body, which no one detected, and whose official death was recorded as mechanical asphyxiation due to obstruction of the nostrils and thoracicoabdominal compression”, Describes the publication on that social network.
"In May, the case was officially closed and declared an accident. Bazbaz presented his resignation and Alfredo Castillo remained in his place, who later would be commissioner for the Security of Michoacán during the emergence of self-defense groups ”, describes the official closure of the investigation; however, Alarid raises some inconsistencies.
The first of these is the testimony of Paulette's nannies, Ericka and Martha Casimiro, who said that:
"I searched in the bathroom, under the bed and in the closet. I saw that she wasn't there and I also went into the lady's bedroom to look for the other bedroom of the girl, she refers to the room of Paulette's older sister, Lizette, 7 years old and from there we started looking for her again and I went back to look for her in the bedroom ", declared Martha Casimiro
"In fact, If that had been the case, I think we would have noticed, since thousands of people came looking for her, she made her bed, thing that I never saw the mattress traversed back, neither did I see a lump or anything, that is to say it does not make sense to me that the body could have been there since Monday, "Ericka seconded.
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