Mexican Judge Returns Teenage Girl to US Mother After Earlier Sending Wrong Teen

A Mexican judge returned a long-missing teenager to her US mother on Friday, ending the woman’s eight-year search and a cross-border custody case in which another girl was mistakenly sent to Texas against her will. A Mexican judge returned a long-missing teenager to her US mother on Friday, ending the woman’s eight-year search and a cross-border custody case in which another girl was mistakenly sent to Texas against her will. Alondra Díaz, 13, was handed over to the custody of Houston resident Dorotea García in the afternoon after DNA tests confirmed her identity, Judge Cinthia Elodia Mercado said in Los Reyes, a town in the western state of Michoacán. The case gained international attention last month after Mercado erroneously ruled that 14-year-old Alondra Luna was the missing girl and ordered her turned over to García.



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