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When last interviewed in 2003 she said : "I never let my child out of my sight because when mothers were condemned [to death], they would rip the babies out of their arms.
They would give them to priests, to military families, to illegal adoption rings and educate them in their own ideology. there were huge rats, lice, virtually no food, women would give birth in the washrooms with no help...
In Cadiz, Algeciras, Malaga and Granada, four big cities in the south, the local state attorneys are reported to believe cases should be opened.
In Valencia, a leading lawyer specialising in the cases, Enrique Vila, aims to open another legal front later this month when he files a formal complaint of mass kidnapping with Spain's equivalent of the Crown Prosecution Service.
This time round, though, the victims of enforced adoption are determined that they will not be shunted into a legal siding and forgotten. In Madrid, the hospitals have opted for a full-scale investigation of all infant deaths between 19.Ms Estevez's baby was born on 3 September 1965 in Cadiz, but even though she could hear him crying later in the next room, she was told she was imagining things and that he was dead.She was informed he had already been buried, next to the amputated leg of a recently operated patient.This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply.