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December 07, 2012
Sandra Valdez, 40, who spent almost two years in prison for drug trafficking, does housework next her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former prisoner Sandra Valdez does housework next her daughter Nicole in Buenos Aires
Sandra Valdez, 40, who spent almost two years in prison for drug trafficking, does housework next her daughter Nicole,5, in their home in Buenos Aires, September 11, 2012. Valdez, who spent two years in prison for drug trafficking, was pregnant with Nicole when she began her sentence, and raised her in the prison until she was nearly two. Valdez has nine children from three different relationships, and now lives with a fourth partner in a slum on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, receiving subsidies to help feed three of her youngest kids. Argentine law allows women prisoners to raise their infant children in jail until the age of four, after which they must leave to live with family or in a state home. Picture taken September 11, 2012. REUTERS/Carolina Camps (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
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