Argentine woman accuses father of decades of abuse

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November 27, 2010 01:32

 
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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina  — An Argentine woman has accused her father of sexually abusing her for 30 years and having 10 children with her, including one who killed himself after learning that his grandfather was his father.

Elvira Gomez, 43, did not report the alleged abuse until her father, Armando Gomez, was recently arrested for robbery.

DNA tests reported this week confirmed that nine of her 10 children were with her father. Tests could not be carried out on her remaining son because he is dead.

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