Spain - Asunta Fong Yang, 12, Killed by Wealthy Adoptive Parents

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    http://www.theguardian.com/world/20...s-murder-their-adopted-child-asunta-fong-yang
     
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    Sick people.
     
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    Thanks for sharing, that was a really good article. The investigators think the mother wanted a child because it was the done thing, pushed her into being perfect and high-achieving, then just decided to get rid of her when when she didn't want her any more - by murdering her :( interesting that most people who knew the couple thought they were wonderful parents.

    I wonder why they had been drugging her for months? Did they hope it would kill her, or was she being argumentative as pre-teens can be and they hoped it would make her more passive, quiet and sedate?

    That story about Asunta waking up to find a man standing over her bed was very strange, too... Did that actually happen? It seems to, because Asunta texted her friend that someone tried to kill her that day. could it have been her father with his face covered? Or perhaps her parents just told her they found someone in her room, and she believed them.

    It's frustrating when murderers don't confess - you never get the whole, true story of what happened.

    Rest in Peace, Asunta Fong.Yang
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    http://www.theguardian.com/world/20...s-murder-their-adopted-child-asunta-fong-yang
     

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