The mother of a 10-year-old Ohio young lady who crossed state lines to get a fetus removal has shielded her girl’s kid admitted attacker — who was wrongly recorded as a minor during the clinical visit, as per reports.
The mother addressed Telemundo while taking cover behind the entryway of the Columbus loft that was likewise recorded as the home of attacker Gerson Fuentes, an unlawful foreigner from Guatemala.
“She’s my little girl,”
the mother, who wouldn’t give a name, affirmed to Telemundo of the young lady who might have been only nine when she was mishandled and impregnated.
“She’s fine. All that they’re saying against him is completely false,”
she demanded of Fuentes, who admitted during police meetings to assaulting the youth somewhere around two times, as indicated by court records and authorities.
The guarded mother, who concealed her face while addressing Telemundo in Spanish, demanded that she had not been the one to document charges against her young girl’s victimizer.
The shocking case came to light when the girl was taken across state lines to terminate the pregnancy in Indiana on June 30, with President Biden highlighting it as proof of the evils of anti-abortion legislation.
However, despite Fuentes being 27, the person listed as getting the girl pregnant was described as being a minor in the report her abortionist sent to authorities, according to Fox News Digital, which obtained a copy.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard listed the rapist as being aged approximately 17 in her official filing to the Indiana Department of Health, the outlet said.
It was not immediately clear if Fuentes was identified in the document. Fox only said it showed how Bernard reported performing a non-surgical abortion for a 6-weeks pregnant 10-year-old girl of Mexican ethnicity on June 30.
Bernard was the one who then highlighted the tragic case in an interview with The Indy Star on July 1.
The doctor’s attorney, Kathleen DeLaney, insisted that Bernard
“took every appropriate and proper action in accordance with the law and both her medical and ethical training as a physician.”
“She followed all relevant policies, procedures and regulations in this case, just as she does every day to provide the best possible care for her patients,”
she told Fox.
DeLaney also said they are
“considering legal action against those who have smeared my client, including Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita,”
Fuentes was busted Tuesday, and is being held on $2 million bond after being charged with felony rape of a minor under 13 years old in the case. He is scheduled back in court next Friday.
“My heart aches for the pain suffered by this young child,”
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said.
“I am grateful for the diligent work of the Columbus Police Department in securing a confession and getting a rapist off the street,”