ANNIVERSARY: Three years since teen went missing in Spain
The mother of missing Dublin teenager Amy Fitzpatrick has said the Josef Fritzl case re-inforced her fear that her daughter could be a prisoner in someone's home close to where she disappeared on New Year's Day in Spain three years ago.
Amy was just 15 when she vanished while walking home from a friend's house near Mijas on the Costa del Sol at 10pm on January 1, 2008.
Today her mother Audrey told the Herald she believes Amy, who...Read Full Story
A 62-year-old man was arrested and charged with raping his daughter for more than 30 years and fathering 10 children with her, in a case “even worse” than that of Austria’s Josef Fritzl in 2008, a judge said on Wednesday. “The accused denied the allegations but DNA tests have confirmed paternity,” Judge Virgilio Palud told local radio.
The man has been charged with repeated sexual abuse and incest, crimes which carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, he added. The man, whose identity...Read Full Story
Elisabeth Fritzl:Elisabeth Fritzl, the name is echoed again in the tabloids and the Internet world because of a similar case has arisen.
In this case Jaycee Dugard appeared as a woman who was held captive for 18 years by her stepfather. Jaycee had two sons by his stepfather during the captivity. Dugard is now 30 years, and she said she was just 11 when she was abducted by her stepfather. Phillip Garrido has pleaded not guilty in the case.
Previously this case was in April 2008 came as a 42...Read Full Story
The thing that always strikes me when I see pictures of the cellar dungeon in which her monstrous ‘father’ incarcerated Elisabeth Fritzl and her children is the pictures on the walls. Evidence that Elisabeth did her best to keep the place cheerful for her children. it makes me weep to think of her trying her [...]
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The thing that always strikes me when I see pictures of the cellar dungeon in which her monstrous 'father' incarcerated Elisabeth Fritzl and her children is the pictures on the walls. Evidence that Elisabeth did her best to keep the place cheerful for her children. it makes me weep to think of her trying her hardest to raise those poor children; evidently not blaming them for their conception.
My heart goes out to her and her children. May they live in sunshine all their lives.
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Elisabeth Fritzl (born April 6, 1966) was locked in a cellar for 24 years by her father, by whom she gave birth to seven children. In April 2008, she was found by authorities.