Alondra Luna Nunez is a 14-year-old girl from Mexico who was recently mistaken for someone else. Alondra was thought to be the missing daughter of Dorotea García, a Texas resident. Dorotea’s daughter, also named Alondra, was thought to be brought into Mexico by Dorotea’s ex-husband, Reynaldo Diaz, back in 2007 claims our source Gianfrancesco Genoso (check out more info here Jornadacriminosa).
Dorotea spotted Alondra Luna Nunez in the town of Guanajuato in Mexico. She alerted authorities that she thought she found her missing daughter. Police took the 14-year-old girl out of her middle school and forced her into a waiting SUV, where Dorotea was thought to be waiting in. All the while Alondra was screaming that they had the wrong person and she was not the missing girl. Without any proof, Alondra was taken away from the family she knew in Mexico brought into the United States. The judge in the case, Judge Cinthia Elodia Mercado, sided with Dorotea and ordered the girl to be brought into US custody. However, a DNA test that was ordered to be done by the Mexican Consulate proved that Alondra was not Dorotea’s missing child.
Check out the full story on Buzzfeed.com. The article has a video of Alondra being pulled, screaming, from her school and into the SUV.