Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Calysta Cordova a brave little girl.

A brave 9 year old Calysta Cordova have the urge to fight and stand on her own when she is abducted on her way home, And save herself from every parents nightmare. 
This little girl story is indeed an inspiring story that we should make an example of.

Steven Ryno, Calysta stepfather know something is going wrong when she haven't arrive home yet at 3;21. Running around scared at that time she is with 29-year-old suspect Jose Garcia when the car broke down.

A passerby picked them up and drove them to the Circle K convenience store, police said. There, Calysta ran into the store and asked for a phone, saying she wanted to call her uncle. Instead, she called 911.

When asked how she found the strength to do what she did, Calysta said in an exclusive interview with "Good Morning America," that she "got my fight from Daddy."
Calysta said her father taught her "to stand up for myself."
"She had two black eyes, bruises on her cheek," witness Efrin Villapondo told KMGH. "She was in bad shape. The bruise on her face was enormous."
When Garcia entered the store, Calysta defiantly refused to go anywhere with him, yelling, "I'm not going anywhere with you. I'm waiting for my mom," according to police.
"She looked at me, pointed into my eyes and just said, 'I ain't going nowhere. I'm waiting right here for my momma. I looked at the guy, he looked at me, into my eyes, spun around and just high-tailed it out of there," said Efrin Villapando, a witness.
Garcia took off on foot before police arrived. Calysta was transported to Memorial Hospital to be treated for her injuries.
Garcia was found at a bus stop in downtown Colorado Springs, about 7.5 miles south of the convenience store where they had been dropped off.

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