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August 8th, 2013
05:33 PM ET

Kidnapping happy ending was false

Paul Fronczak grew up believing he was kidnapped as a baby, abandoned as a toddler and reunited with his parents in Chicago. Nearly five decades later he learned none of that was true. CNN’s Brooke Baldwin talks about the case to Chicago Tribune reporter Ellen Hirst.

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  1. morgan

    If you ask me this story has a happy ending. The abandoned child got taken to a home with loving parents who gave him a good chance to have a happy life.

    Now as far as the kidnapping goes, he is not the one who was taken so that still needs to be resolved but the man can still, should anyway, look back on his childhood and retain the happy memories of time he spent with them.

    The DNA might provide an answer as to where he came from, but I wouldn't bet the ranch on it.

    September 1, 2013 at 10:47 pm |

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