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Alipio Barbero, the lawyer of Purification Betegon who accused Spanish nun Maria Gomez Valbuena to have stolen his twin girls, answers to journalists outside the court in Madrid on January 18, 2013. Victims of a baby-stealing policy approved by Francisco Franco's dictatorship demanded on January 27, 2012 that Spain's attorney general's office fully investigate the alleged theft of hundreds of newborns. Over 1,400 cases of newborn babies who were allegedly taken from their mothers in hospitals and ended up with other families have been filed with the office over the past year and most have been shelved. AFP PHOTO/ PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Alipio Barbero, the lawyer of Purification Betegon who accused Spanish nun Maria Gomez Valbuena to have stolen his twin girls, answers to journalists outside the court in Madrid on January 18, 2013. Victims of a baby-stealing policy approved by Francisco Franco's dictatorship demanded on January 27, 2012 that Spain's attorney general's office fully investigate the alleged theft of hundreds of newborns. Over 1,400 cases of newborn babies who were allegedly taken from their mothers in hospitals and ended up with other families have been filed with the office over the past year and most have been shelved. AFP PHOTO/ PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Alipio Barbero the lawyer of Purification Betegon who accused Spanish... News Photo 159687900Answering,Child,Courthouse,Defendant,Girls,Horizontal,Journalist,Law,Lawyer,Madrid,Nun,Spain,Spanish,TwinPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPAlipio Barbero, the lawyer of Purification Betegon who accused Spanish nun Maria Gomez Valbuena to have stolen his twin girls, answers to journalists outside the court in Madrid on January 18, 2013. Victims of a baby-stealing policy approved by Francisco Franco's dictatorship demanded on January 27, 2012 that Spain's attorney general's office fully investigate the alleged theft of hundreds of newborns. Over 1,400 cases of newborn babies who were allegedly taken from their mothers in hospitals and ended up with other families have been filed with the office over the past year and most have been shelved. AFP PHOTO/ PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)