CHARITY ESTABLISHED BY MOTHER TERESA CAUGHT SELLING BABIES ON THE BLACK MARKET IN INDIA | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


CHARITY ESTABLISHED BY MOTHER TERESA CAUGHT SELLING BABIES ON THE BLACK MARKET IN INDIA

Police in India have arrested a woman working at Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity for allegedly selling a 14-day old baby, while two other employees at the charity have been detained and questioned regarding other potential cases of black market baby trafficking.

The BBC reported that a complaint registered with the Indian state of Jharkhand’s Child Welfare Committee (CWC) led to the arrest and detainment of the charity’s employees.

“WE HAVE FOUND OUT THAT SOME OTHER BABIES HAVE ALSO BEEN ILLEGALLY SOLD FROM THE CENTRE,” A POLICE OFFICIAL TOLD THE BBC. “WE HAVE OBTAINED THE NAMES OF THE MOTHERS OF THESE BABIES AND ARE FURTHER INVESTIGATING.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This, coming from a charity, whose mission was supposed to have been lifting India's poorest of the poor up, is just ... heartbreaking.

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