We can say that the story of Paulette Gebara Farah is worthy of the greatest Hollywood thrillers with all its macabre details, but especially because of the fact that we no longer know who is lying and who is telling the truth. This terrible story begins when Paulette Gebara Farah, a 4 year old Mexican girl, disappears from her home without leaving a trace. Paulette, who was physically disabled and had difficulty speaking, had been put to bed by her mother, Lizette Farah, on the evening of March 21, 2010. The next day, one of her two nannies, wanting to wake her, was surprised when she couldn't find her in the bedroom.
Everyone then started looking for the little girl. His father, Mauricio Gebara, informed his sister and she informed authorities in Huixquilucan, Mexico. According to family members, there was no sign showingthat someone might have kidnapped her.
In addition, the status of thelittle girl would have prevented her from leaving on her own. The search continued with the support of the Attorney General of the State of Mexico, Alberto Bazbaz, who put up posters with information about the little girl. Her aunt, Arlette Farah, also took to social media to try to find her niece. The parents of the missing woman have even been on television to convince the potential kidnappers to release their child.
On March 29, however, the Attorney General of the State of Mexico decided to place all those directly related to the disappearance under a restraining order. The latter was thus applied to the parents of the disappeared as well as to the sisters Erika and Martha Casimiro who were her nannies. According to the prosecutor, these people falsified their statements at one point or another during the investigation, which would have made it more complicated.
The discovery of the body andthe authorities' conclusion
According to official sources, the body of the little girl was finally found on March 31 at 2 a.m., and as surprising as it may seem, it was discovered in the child's bedroom, in his own bed. More precisely, Paulette's body was wrapped in sheets and was stuck between the mattress and the foot of the bed.
It should be noted that a lot of research had already been carried out in the room since the first day of the child's disappearance. Several experts from many agencies had even searched it, sometimes with the help of police dogs. But it wasn't until nine days after the alert that the corpse was found, supposedly due to the rotting smell that began to leak. In the end, the attorney general ruled that the death was accidental, the little one having rolled in the sheets to the foot of the bed and then asphyxiated.ee.
This is a video released by investigators that showed how they found the body in the bedroom nine days after the disappearance. The autopsy then revealed that the little girl had a piece of orthopedic tissue over her mouth that was used to keep her from sleeping with her mouth open. Also, the body had not been handled after death and the child had eaten five hours before his death. There was no sign of physical or sexual abuse, and no trace of drugs or toxicants in the body. Paulette would thus have died 5 to 9 days before the time of the analyzes and in an accidental way, and her corpse would have remained there the whole time without anyone noticing it.
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Lots of obscure points
When closely analyzing the details of investigation, we can see that there are a very large number of points that are quite obscure. One of the first things is that the video released by investigators can be heard saying that the girl had been badly beaten. It happened while they were examining stains on the sheets. Attorney General Alberto Bazbaz however refuted this statement immediately after its publication.
Another point which is not at all clear comes from the statement of the two nannies, the Ericka sisters and Martha Casimiro. They insisted that the child's body was not in the bed. Martha said she searched all over the bedroom, bathroom, under the bed, and in the closet and found nothing. Ericka for her part said that they would have seen him if the body waswell wrapped in sheets at the foot of the bed. Moreover, according to her, the latter had been done since the disappearance and there was no bump showing that the body was hidden there.
Another surprising statement comes from 'Amanda de la Rosa, a friend of Lizette Farah, who lived in the little girl's room and slept in her bed for several days without suspecting anything. She said the bed was made every day without anyone seeing the stains that appear on the investigators' video. The video in question would appear to be not really authentic, but would rather resemble a prepared scene.
Other details further complicate the story of the discovery of Paulette's body. For example, there is the person in charge of the autopsy who receives an order telling him to change the date of death, initially March 28, to another unspecified date between March 21 and 26. There is also the cause ofdeath which does not explain the stains revealed in the video. Then there's this recording of Paulette's mother asking Paulette's sister not to say anything about the disappearance so that they are not held responsible. In a video published later the same year concerning mysterious pajamas linked to the affair, Paulette's mother appears strangely calm as she prepares for her interview in the deceased's bedroom.
In short, we still do not know what really happened when Paulette Gebara Farah disappeared. In any case, both parents and two nannies were eventually released on April 4, although neither could yet leave the country. As for the unfortunate little girl's body, it was buried in the Panteon Frances in Mexico City on April 6 until the authorities finally decided to cremate her on May 3, 2017.
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