Twisted mum sold son, 7, for £4,000 and advertised him on body part sites

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A shocking mum who sold her own son had allegedly put him on a human organ transplant site, a court was told.

Nargiza Aitmatova, 36, was arrested in Russia for posting on social media that she wanted to sell the poor seven-year-old for around £4,000.

But now it has emerged that she also tried to give him to traders in body parts, too.

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Police caught her when they replied to the advert and tried to buy the boy in an undercover sting operation.

According to sources in Russia, the mother-of-three believed she was genuinely selling her son when potential buyers handed her cash in response to her advertisement at a meeting in a shopping mall in Yekaterinburg.

Aitmatova handed over all the documents for the child, including his “medical card, insurance policy, birth certificate, and migration card,” said a source.

“She was asked several times if she knew exactly what she was doing, if she understood that she would never see her son again, because those who ‘buy’ him do not want her to have any contact with him.

“She said that she understood everything.”

The mother “kissed and hugged the child and cried, and the boy took the hand of the 'aunt' who was posing as a buyer and they walked away together”, reported RIA Novosti.news agency.

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"The boy hugged his mother as they said goodbye, but it all happened in silence.”

As she pocketed the cash, the mother lied to the boy that his father would pick him up later.

The sting operation was conducted by anti-slavery and trafficking group Alernativa and Russian law enforcement officers after her online advertisements to sell the boy were spotted.

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The woman had posted adverts on various sites including those dedicated to organ transplants, including liver transplant groups.

During the negotiations the mother “behaved calmly” and gave the "buyer" a chance to talk to the boy.

Officers quickly detained the mother – a native of Kyrgyzstan – on child trafficking charges.

She was seen handcuffed and in a court cage at her custody hearing.

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A female judge remanded her in custody for two months pending a criminal investigation.

She claimed that she was selling the boy to clear debts and because her new husband did not like the child, whose father was her previous partner.

The boy is now in the care of social services while his future is decided.

Her other two children, a boy and girl, are with her husband.

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