This site was created for easier access to information on several missing children. This information and these photos were scattered and from various sources. This information was available but not easily accessible, so one of the goals was to compile it in one location.
Photos, news stories and demonstrations have been done to bring attention to the three missing Guatemalan girls, daughters of Loyda Rodriguez, Olga Lopez, and Raquel Par. These actions were done with the hope that the adoptive parents would voluntarily come forward for investigation — without legal action having to take place. It is understood that the mothers of these children desire communication with the adoptive families, and legal measures are a last resort. It is understood that friendly communication and non-legal action has long been desired.
Unfortunately, it is understood that recently there has been legal action in Guatemala to annul these adoptions, as no adoptive parents have come forward.
Many are concerned about the consequences of legal intervention in these cases. If the DNA does not match the presumed biological mother after the child has been returned to Guatemala though legal proceedings, the child could possibly remain under state custody.
If you have any information on any of these 3 missing girls, please call
(502) 2413-8888 EXT 2226
or contact Norma Cruz at Survivor's Foundation
Teléfonos: 2230-4222 / 2251-9931 / 2232-7967