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Maria Verduzco Verduzco shows her ID, in Zamora, Michoacan State, Mexico on July 19, 2014, which confirms she was registered 30 years ago by Maria Rosa Verduzco aka 'Mama Rosa' --who found and run the shelter 'La Gran Familia' (The big family)-- and who was arrested along with eight staff members earlier this week following a raid in the shelter amid reports that five kidnapped children were being held there. Mexican authorities began Saturday moving children out of the shelter where investigators say hundreds of minors were kept in squalid conditions and subjected to physical and sexual abuse. Of the shelter's more than 400 children, 48 were moved to the city of Guadalajara and were placed in the custody of the federal agency overseeing child welfare issues. AFP PHOTO/Hector Guerrero (Photo credit should read HECTOR GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Maria Verduzco Verduzco shows her ID, in Zamora, Michoacan State, Mexico on July 19, 2014, which confirms she was registered 30 years ago by Maria Rosa Verduzco aka 'Mama Rosa' --who found and run the shelter 'La Gran Familia' (The big family)-- and who was arrested along with eight staff members earlier this week following a raid in the shelter amid reports that five kidnapped children were being held there. Mexican authorities began Saturday moving children out of the shelter where investigators say hundreds of minors were kept in squalid conditions and subjected to physical and sexual abuse. Of the shelter's more than 400 children, 48 were moved to the city of Guadalajara and were placed in the custody of the federal agency overseeing child welfare issues. AFP PHOTO/Hector Guerrero (Photo credit should read HECTOR GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Maria Verduzco Verduzco shows her ID in Zamora Michoacan State Mexico... News Photo 452396990Child,Finding,Following,Horizontal,Id,Kidnapping,Law,Mexico,Michoacán State,Occupation,People,Raid,Report,Run,Shelter,Show,Week,ZamoraPhotographer Collection: AFP Maria Verduzco Verduzco shows her ID, in Zamora, Michoacan State, Mexico on July 19, 2014, which confirms she was registered 30 years ago by Maria Rosa Verduzco aka 'Mama Rosa' --who found and run the shelter 'La Gran Familia' (The big family)-- and who was arrested along with eight staff members earlier this week following a raid in the shelter amid reports that five kidnapped children were being held there. Mexican authorities began Saturday moving children out of the shelter where investigators say hundreds of minors were kept in squalid conditions and subjected to physical and sexual abuse. Of the shelter's more than 400 children, 48 were moved to the city of Guadalajara and were placed in the custody of the federal agency overseeing child welfare issues. AFP PHOTO/Hector Guerrero (Photo credit should read HECTOR GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images)