Kloster de la Cruz
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A Global News Interactive video reports that after being left for dead in the middle of a forest, and after his mother was captured and sent to Auschwitz in 1944, David Rooijker was smuggled into Spain. David's father left him on the steps of a monastery where he stayed for about a year. When no one came to claim the boy, he was shipped overseas to the Vasquezes' home in Argentina at the war's end.
While in the monastery, David's name was phonetically misspelled "Don Rucker," which would eventually be changed to Richard Drucker.
A Spanish manuscript found in the archives of corinthianlasvegas.com originates from Monaterio de la Cruz. The translated manuscript reads:
Note that NO8DO is the logo and motto of the "Ayuntamiento of Sevilla", the Seville City Council, and that it reads: NO-MADEJA-DO, pronounced "No me ha dejado", which translates to "He has not left me" (which is also the last line in the message).
- In reality, there is no Monasterio de la Cruz in Seville, Spain. The photo displayed in the Global News Interactive video it actually a photo of Abadia de Montserrat in Catalonia, Spain.