Another addition to the abortion is a shady business file.
Marta Maria Blandon of Ipas, by her own admission, collaborated with Nicaragua's leftist "Women's Network Against Violence" to smuggle Fletes, his wife and stepdaughter, out of Costa Rica, enabling him to evade the investigation against him at the time. The family accused a Costa Rican man, Alexis Barquero, of being the perpetrator, an allegation he consistently denied (see previous LifeSiteNews coverage at: http://www.lifesite.net/ldn/2007/aug/07081602.html).
Blandon and Norori went on to describe how they deceived the Costa Rican authorities in order to transport Fletes and his stepdaughter out of the country (see previous LifeSiteNews coverage at: http://www.lifesite.net/ldn/2007/aug/07081602.html). He was never prosecuted, and the falsely-accused Barquero spent three months in jail.
The true motive behind Rosita's abortion began when the Nicaraguan newspaper El Nuevo Diaro revealed in August of this year that Rosita was pregnant again, and that her mother was accusing Fletes of the crime. Fletes admitted in an interview while on the run that he had impregnated the girl, but denied responsibility for the 2003 pregnancy. He was caught and arrested soon afterward.
"Rosita" admitted during the trial that in fact her stepfather had been sexually abusing her for years, and that he was the real father of her first child, aborted in 2003. She asked forgiveness for collaborating in the false accusation against Barquero, a poor day laborer who says his life was ruined by the allegations.
Lies and deception in the pro-abortion movement. Who knew? [/sarcasm]
I wonder what Rosita has to say about her abortion.