Your rejection of the corona vaccination ensures that some opponents of vaccination leave Germany. One such case is now occupying investigators in Paraguay. A German couple is wanted because they kidnapped their children from previous partnerships.
For many people, the corona pandemic is over. However, some have made good on their promises and left the country because of the measures Germany has taken against the corona virus. They apparently also include Andreas and Anna E. They are now believed to be in Paraguay and the authorities are now looking for them there. Because the couple took their children from previous relationships with them without the other parents knowing or being asked.
On Saturday, the ABC newspaper published an appeal asking people to help find ten-year-old Clara and eleven-year-old Lara. Andreas and Anna E. traveled to Paraguay in November 2021 to settle in a community critical of vaccination. Since both girls came with one parent each, there was no need for the authorities to intervene, an official told the newspaper.
Clara's mother and Lara's father initially thought their children were on a trip to London, but then lost contact. They later received a letter from the E. couple, in which Germany was described as a country on the verge of collapse, as a "surveillance state" in which "human experiments" threatened. Therefore, they would have to pull the "rip cord". Meanwhile, Andreas and Anna E. are wanted for child kidnapping with an international arrest warrant.
The couple is said to have lived with their children in La Colmena until the end of January and also started building a house there. On January 19, security forces attempted to take the children into custody but did not find them. Since then, their trail has been lost and their exact whereabouts could not be determined. Because of the "little cooperation of the members of these extremist communities", the authorities are therefore asking for the help of the population. It is assumed that the couple and their two children would be hidden in an anti-vaccination colony.
A Paraguayan investigator told the "Spiegel" that the community of German immigrants is scattered throughout the country and "completely closed to us". They only come "if they have a problem, they don't want to help us". Clara E.'s mother is quoted in the "Bild" newspaper as saying: "The uncertainty is simply unbearable." She asked anyone who could provide information about her daughter to contact the police. Lara's father reported in a Facebook video addressed to his ex-wife that he had already been to Paraguay himself. But he couldn't find his daughter. He received no reply to the e-mails he wrote to his ex-wife, although he was also supported by her family. He appealed to his ex-partner to spare their daughter a life on the run.
According to "Spiegel", a mother who kidnapped her children in Paraguay in the summer of 2021 was recently sentenced to a year and a half on probation and has to do an additional 200 hours of community service. In this case, the father had located the children. In Paraguay, the number of immigrant Germans increased significantly in 2021. Vaccination is now mandatory for entry into the country.