United States: a 12-year-old girl escapes her kidnapper by gnawing her bonds

The kidnapper was none other than the girl’s mother’s companion. The 12-year-old girl was held captive for a week in an Alabama home.



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On July 24, José Paulino Pascual-Reyes, 37, killed his partner by suffocating her with an earplug and bludgeoned her 14-year-old son to death before dismembering them. That day, he did not kill the 12-year-old girl, but he decided to kidnap her, tying her to the bed. To keep her in a trance and be able to attack her, he made her drink alcohol, explains the New York Times.

The corpse of his mother and brother in the house

The young girl managed to free herself and escape by gnawing on her bonds and even broke her dental appliance during this operation. She was later found walking along a nearby road on Monday, which led authorities to the decomposing bodies of her mother and brother who were still in the home, located in Alabama, authorities said. The human remains were taken for an autopsy.

Authorities said the girl who escaped and was not reported missing. Sheriff Abbett claimed that she ” was fine “. ” She’s a heroine. She is safe “, did he declare.

Before José Paulino Pascual-Reyes made his first court appearance on Wednesday, Kevin Hall, an assistant district attorney, said prosecutors planned to oppose his release on bail due to the seriousness of the charges and considering the risk of leakage. He is charged with first degree kidnapping, capital murder and abuse of a corpse.





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