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Jehovah's Witnesses in the Media

Translation: El Heraldo de Chihuahua – 25th August 2018

El Heraldo de Chihuahua – 25th August 2018

Mother throws her daughter on the street, fights started since she is a Jehovah’s Witness

He had lived 30 years in a house that he built on land that his mother gave him, but the change of religion changed it and the problems began.

Alejandro Ruiz Payán

After 30 years of having given him part of a piece of land owned by him, yesterday with the use of public force and an actuary, a mother took her daughter out of her house, to which she invested at least 600 thousand pesos. The affected one alleges that since becoming a Jehovah’s Witness, her mother has changed for the worse.

Only a verbal agreement had been made for three decades, when the relationship with his mother was still good and she told him to live in a part of a land owned by his mother, but he never imagined that over the years, after differences between them, her mother supported by a judge and actuary took things from her home. Mrs. Maria lives with her son and daughter-in-law in the house and said she is disabled due to hip wear and herniated discs, a situation that does not allow her to work much. She stays with the support of her son and daughter-in-law and things that she sells, now they look for where to go to live, but she said she will appeal the judge’s decision so that at least she will pay all the money invested in the property during all 30 years.

Only a verbal agreement had been made for three decades, when the relationship with his mother was still good and she told him to live in a part of a land owned by his mother, but he never imagined that over the years, after differences between them, her mother supported by a judge and actuary took things from her home.

María Dolores Vázquez, evicted from the house located on Calle Escudero, behind the clinic 33 of the IMSS, can not believe that at this point her mother has decided to throw her out of her house and without paying a fifth for everything she invested during 30 years in building his two-story house.

“I ask the authorities to analyze the case well, since I have been living here for more than 30 years and the neighbors know it; my mistake was never to ask my mother to write me thinking that I would never have problems with her. She is very involved with Jehovah’s Witnesses and has become very bad, “said the affected.

Mrs. Maria lives with her son and daughter-in-law in the house and said she is disabled due to hip wear and herniated discs, a situation that does not allow her to work much. She stays with the support of her son and daughter-in-law and things that she sells, now they look for where to go to live, but she said she will appeal the judge’s decision so that at least she will pay all the money invested in the property during all 30 years.

He also said that he expects his mother to reconsider everything he is doing, because 30 years ago he gave her that property and his mistake was not to write.

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