In the Neonatal Unit of the General Hospital of Chania, a baby who was born in the previous days to a surrogate mother, of Georgian origin, who was involved in the baby trafficking ring that was “exposed” last August in Chania, is receiving the required medical care.
According to the information of Flashnews.gr, this is a “difficult” legal case since the details of the biological parents of the baby have not been verified and now he remains “unidentified”. He is otherwise in excellent health.
This is because the baby resulted from the fertilization of an egg (probably from an egg donation) and sperm from a sperm bank and was then conceived by the surrogate mother who collaborated with the baby trafficking ring in Chania.
It was bought by a woman from Australia
The information, in fact, states that for the baby who was born in Chania and is in the Neonatal Unit of the Chania hospital, there has been a sponsor from an Australian woman, who has even paid the representatives of the circuit a significant amount of money for its purchase.
In fact, she has in her possession all the required notarial documents that entitle her to take the baby to her country after birth and raise it (which also legally needs to be clarified), without even having known if there is a father.
The case is in court
As is known, the case is at the discretion of the public prosecutor, as are similar cases related to the baby trafficking ring at the Chania clinic.
On November 23, the single-member Court of First Instance of Chania will decide the custody of two twin babies who, last August, were taken by their Italian parents from the Chania hospital, following a prosecutor’s order.
Of course, it is noted that there are many cases and they will all be judged in the courtrooms, as well as the “future” of the head doctor of the ring and his accomplices, who are temporary prisoners. Their trial is expected in the new year.