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Saturday, 3 December 2011

Natascha Buried Baby In The Garden


Natascha Buried Baby In The Garden
 
Natascha Kampusch gave birth to a baby fathered by her kidnapper during her eight-and-a-half years in captivity, it was claimed last night.
 
Natascha Kampusch's book 3,096 DAYS details her horrifying experience but some still ponder the exact nature of her relationship with her captor
 
The Austrian, who was abducted as a 10-year-old as she walked to school in Vienna in 1998, finally escaped the clutches of depraved longer Wolfgang Prikopil in 2006. But she has never managed to escape controversy and today politicians demanded a fresh probe into her case. Opposition leader Heinz Strache from the Freedom Party says police 'ignored' vidence about the birth of a baby', which some claimed was now buried in the garden of her captor's home in Strasshof, 25km north-east of Vienna. He claimed that once free, policeand government officials colluded with a host of social workers to cover up the fact of the child. Priklopil committed suicide in the hours following her escape.
The Austrian Green Party are also calling for a new investigation after the rumours were made public. MP Peter Pilz called for public prosecutors and investigators involved in the Kampusch case to be suspended.

Captivity: A police handout showing the entrance door to a room where Natascha Kampusch was held in Strasshof some 25km north-east of Vienna
 
He also claimed he was sure the Austrian People's Party would call for another investigation in light of the new evidence.
'The OeVP will sooner or later agree to a new investigation based on this evidence,' said Mr Pilz. The Greens also claimed vital evidence had been ignored and important investigations were not carried out - and that 'parties acted in their own interests and not in the interests of the investigation.' Mr Strache claims to have had access to leaked documents about theinvestigation and says this included the fact that a curl of hair, a book about childbirth and bringing up children were found in the cellar where Natascha was held for long periods of time during her captivity. They also report that dogs specially trained to look for bodies 'found something' but it was reported just to have been 'mouldy wood' and was disposed of without examination. However another Freedom Party MP, Dagmar Belakowich-Jenewein, who is also demanding the case be re-opened, claimed: 'They said it was just mouldy wood. But that's not possible at all. These dogs are so well trained they can differentiate between human and animal remains.' 'What happened to the child? Where is it now?' he added.  He also said that on the day she was freed Ms. Kampusch asked a doctor; 'How long after a pregnancy can you prove someone was pregnant?'
 
Kidnapper: Wolfgang Priklopil, 44, who killed himself hours after Natascha Kampusch escaped his evil lair
 
Mr Strache branded the public prosecutors who investigated the case as 'amateurs' and claimed 'their old boy network was more important to them than having the courage to find out the truth.' The Kampusch case has been dogged with claims and counter-claims eversince she freed herself from his lair. Some claim that Priklopil was no stranger to her at her at all but a friend of the family. Kampusch denied all these allegations in her book about her ordeal published two years ago. But her muddled feelings for her captor - she burst into tears and called police 'murderers' when they told her he had killed himself beneath the wheels of a train after her escape - have always left nagging doubts that not everything has been revealed about their relationship during her time in his grip.

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