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Buying a baby in the Philippines.

Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by Druk1, Sep 7, 2019.

  1. Druk1

    Druk1 Well-Known Member

    As the title says,buying a child in the Philippines,i actually know a child who was bought in a market 6 years ago,i am his god-father,cant remember how much but it was nothing,few hundred or thousand pesos?His mum was selling a baby girl the following year,anyway,heres this weeks tale......

    US woman stopped at Manila airport with baby in carry-on bag is charged with human trafficking .
    An American woman who attempted to carry a six-day-old baby out of the Philippines hidden inside a sling bag has been arrested at Manila’s airport and charged with human trafficking, officials said on Thursday.

    The Philippine officials said Jennifer Erin Talbot was able to pass through the airport immigration counter on Wednesday without declaring the baby boy but was intercepted at the boarding gate by airline personnel.

    Talbot was unable to produce any passport, boarding pass or government permits for the baby, airport officials said.

    Wearing an orange detainee shirt and handcuffs, Talbot, 43, was presented to reporters in Manila on Thursday. She kept her head low and wiped her tears at times. When reporters asked her to comment, Talbot shook her head.

    Talbot had planned to board a Delta Air Lines flight to the United States with the baby, airport officials said.

    "There was really an intention to hide the baby," immigration official Grifton Medina said.
    After discovering the baby, airline staff called immigration personnel, who arrested Talbot at the airport. She was later handed over to the National Bureau of Investigation and the baby was turned over to government welfare personnel.

    The NBI said Talbot presented an affidavit at the airport, allegedly from the baby’s mother, identified as Maricris Dulap, giving consent for the baby to travel to the US, but it had not been signed by the mother.

    Officials said no government travel approval had been issued for the baby, prompting them to file human trafficking charges against Talbot. The charges carry a maximum penalty of life imprisonment. Talbot also violated at least two other laws on child abuse, kidnapping and illegal detention, the NBI said.

    US Embassy officials were notified of Talbot’s arrest and told Philippine authorities that she has no criminal record in the US, NBI official Manuel Dimaano said.

    Dimaano said Dulap gave her baby to Talbot in southern Davao city. He said investigators will try to determine how Talbot brought the baby out of Davao, which requires a city clearance for infants to be transported by a foreigner.

    The baby’s parents have been charged under a child protection law but have not been placed under arrest, although the mother has been interviewed by social welfare officers, Dimaano said.

    He said Dulap told the officers that she wanted to offer her baby for adoption, and there was no indication that she had sold the baby.

    Dimaano said when he and other officials asked Talbot what she intended to do with the baby, she replied that she just wanted to give it "a name and a church blessing".
  2. Druk1

    Druk1 Well-Known Member

  3. Bootsonground

    Bootsonground BANNED

    Poor kid..
    Nearly hit the jackpot.
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  4. Druk1

    Druk1 Well-Known Member

    Yup,would have won the lottery,i just watched that Philippine baby factory, the legal age for consentual sex in Pinas is 12,theres a guy on there they think is in his late 30's left his wife with 4 kids because he got his 14 year old girlfriend pregnant.
  5. Druk1

    Druk1 Well-Known Member

    The baby buyer gets another mention in this news piece about an indian "tourist" who wanted to go to America,probably to visit Disney or something :D

    Young man caught trying to impersonate 81-year-old to fly to New York on fake passport .
    A 32-year-old man was apprehended at New Delhi airport after he was found to be impersonating an 81-year-old to fly to New York.

    Jayesh Patel was attempting to travel using a fake passport bearing the name Amrik Singh and the date of birth 1 February 1938, reports local media.

    Patel had disguised himself by dying his beard white, using a wheelchair and wearing glasses and a turban, according to a statement released by India’s Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

    Security agents became suspicious when he refused to be frisked on the grounds that he was old and unable to stand.
    Sub-Inspector Rajveer Singh from the CISF said Patel didn’t make eye contact throughout the encounter.

    “The appearance and skin texture of the passenger seemed to be much younger than mentioned in the passport,” the CISF said.

    Patel was taken for furthering questioning, where agents observed that he had coloured his hair and was wearing glasses without any prescription.
    Under questioning he admitted his real name and that he came from Ahmedabad in Gujarat.

    Patel was handed over to immigration officials for further investigation into why he was using a fake passport.

    It follows the story of an American woman who was arrested for child trafficking in the Philippines after she tried to smuggle a baby through airport security in her handbag.

    Jennifer Talbot, from Ohio, was stopped at immigration at Ninoy Aquino International airport in Manila, Philippines, when agents at terminal three asked about the contents of her oversized sling bag.

    The 43-year-old was preparing to board a plane bound for the US.

    Talbot did not have a passport or any travel documentation for the child.

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