Paulette Gebara was four years old when she was found dead.
Paulette Gebara is four years old and a normal life within a middle-class family in Mexico. But in 2010 his bizarre death shocked Huixquilucan and the entire country. Twelve years later, the unknown about the girl’s death are still present.
On March 22, 2010, Paulette disappeared into her own bed. His mother put him in his pajamas and kissed him goodnight. but the next morning, when his nanny tried to wake him up to go to school, the girl could not be found.
Immediately, they searched the apartment, the building and even the pool of the condominium where Paulette lives with her parents Mauricio Gebara and Lisette Farah, and her sister. nine days later, his body was found in a strange place, between the base of the bed and the mattress where he was last seen.
The four -year -old girl was found dead under her bed.
On the morning of March 31, 2010, Paulette’s body was found. Local lawyer Alberto Bazbaz said the girl had died “mechanical asphyxiation by suffocation”, but he was also “hidden and deprived of his life.”
Two months later, the investigation ruled out that hypothesis and confirmed to the media that Paulette’s death was a “accident”.
The bed where the girl was found dead, 9 days after her disappearance.
The contradictions between the versions and the flaws in the judicial investigation forced prosecutor Bazbaz to resign from his position.
In the days after Paulette Gebara’s disappearance, as reported by Mexican media ‘Milenio’, the father declared that he knew where they would look for her. however, He said he had to give some guarantees to provide the information he said he had.
Paulette died in 2010. To date, the case has not been convicted.
For its part, Lisette Farah began to point out to her husband that she was responsible for what happened to their son. Paulette is a young woman with a motor disability, who needs constant special care.
Exactly nine days after learning of the girl’s disappearance, she was found between the mattress and the base of the bed, prompting authorities to launch investigations against both the family’s parents and nanny, according to the local media.
And although the country’s authorities took up the task of finding the culprit, at present, noNone of the family members have been proven responsible for what happened to Paulette. and there is also no public clarity on the circumstances in which the girl died.
Twelve years after his death, the case has no suspects.
According to the minor’s autopsy reports, the cause of his death was suffocation due to obstruction of his airways and strong pressure on his trunk. After media interest in the case, Lisette Farah and Mauricio Gebara separated and custody of their first daughter remained in the hands of the mother.
The case, 12 years later, has no culprits or solid indications. It has become one of the most investigated in Mexico, but the panorama cannot be clarified to understand how the girl died.