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Mom Complains Hospital Gave Her Wrong Baby, Truth Comes Out After 4 Months

Mothers, how would you react if this happened to you?

Mark Andrew





Mothers, how would you feel if the hospital gives you the wrong baby after you gave birth? This was the unthinkable scenario that new parents Mercy Casanalles and Rich Cushworth fond themselves in as the former delivered their first baby in El Salvador.

Nurses brought baby Moses to Mercy soon after but when they brought him back later, the new mom said it wasn’t the same child. “This is not my baby,” she protested!

Mercy Casanalles complained she got the wrong baby – but the hospital didn’t listen.

The couple had no choice but to take the child home when they returned to Dallas.

Eventually, they decided to have a DNA test.

The pair took the baby boy as their own but realized he had darker skin, as opposed to their baby who had a pale complexion. They later had the idea of getting a DNA test to confirm.

Mercy said:

“I would take photos of him and put them next to my husband, trying to find something of us in him. I kept trying to convince myself that he was really ours, that over time we would begin to see a resemblance. But my motherly instincts kept telling me that he wasn’t mine.”

When the results came, they were told there was 0% chance that the baby was their’s.

“I fell on the floor,” recalled Mercy.

The couple wasted no time and immediately traveled to El Salvador. Their story later received media attention and they feared the child was taken by traffickers.

Rich said:

“We just want them to give us our son back. It’s a horrible situation. I have a child and I don’t know where he is.”

The hospital insisted that babies weren’t switched but local authorities still launched an investigation.

Alejandro Guidos, Mercy’s doctor, was later arrested as he was suspected to have ‘orchestrated the switch and working with a trafficking gang,” according to reports. Charges, however, were later dropped.

Mercy said:

“I just want him to give me my baby back. I want to know that my child hasn’t been trafficked or any other crime committed against him. I need my baby, I’m just asking for my baby.”

DNA tests were later done to four baby boys born on the same day at the hospital – and one of them matched to Mercy.

Finally, the couple found baby Moses.

After months of legal issues, Mercy and Rich finally got baby Moses his own birth certificate and passport.

So they finally got to take him home with them to Dallas.

Rich reflected:

“It’s been a long and painful process and I just can’t believe we have this beautiful little miracle boy here with us.”

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Car Gets Pulled Over By Cops As Two Passengers Do Kiki Challenge

Good for them!

Mark Andrew



A video recently went viral showing a car being pulled over by the cops on the side of a busy road. The offence, as it appears, was that they tried to do the Kiki Challenge.

Also known as the In My Feelings Challenge, the said craze has spread on social media despite warnings from authorities that doing it can lead to untoward incidents.

This video was taken in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Store Shuts Down After Sticking Googly Eyes On Fish To Make Them Look Fresh

There’s something fishy going on here.




In an attempt to make the fish that they're selling look fresh, a store in Kuwait was sticking plastic googly eyes on them. Luckily, their buyers were not as stupid as they thought!

If they really wanted to make it look real, they should have tried harder. The fake eyes were clear plastic and cartoonish, and only fools would fall for this trick, unless they're too busy to even notice them.

Social media users took to Twitter to ridicule the unnamed fishmonger’s ploy.

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Nigerian Scammer Sold A Non-Existent Airport For $242 Million To A Brazilian Banker





People get scammed these days very easily. Some just fall for schemes involving fake smartphones, unreal inheritance, and even a phony airport. Yep, you read that right, an airport!

Internet fraud, commonly known as 419, has become a global issue. But before all that, a Nigerian had committed one of the biggest scams in the world.

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