A mother selling her baby for two pairs of shoes |...

A mother selling her baby for two pairs of shoes |...
A mother selling her baby for two pairs of shoes |...

In an incident that aroused the discontent of human rights organizations and activists, a young Russian mother decided to sell her infant child in order to buy new shoes that fascinated her mind.

The 25-year-old Luisa Luisa Gadzhieva wanted to acquire a new pair of shoes, but she did not have enough owner to do so, so she decided to sell her baby that had not yet reached the second week, according to Eurowickly News.

The mother, who has three children, said that she was looking for parents to adopt the child, but when she met a police officer in Moscow who pretended to be looking for the adoptive child, then Louisa asked for about $ 5,000 in exchange for giving up her liver.

During the investigations, Louisa confessed her guilt, noting that she had told her sister that she wanted to sell her child to get the money necessary to buy the shoes she liked.

Alternativa (an anti-slavery group) had contacted the mother in an attempt to persuade her not to sell his child, as the potential buyers might be very dangerous, but they struck a wall until the police intervened and she was arrested.

And local media indicated that the baby is now in a safe place, and that the investigation of the case is still continuing

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