Alondra Luna Nunez, left, gets up after giving a press conference with her parents Gustavo Luna and Susana Nunez after landing at the Guanajuato International Airport in Silao, Mexico, Wednesday, April 22, 2015. The 14-year-old Mexican girl, who was taken from her school by police and sent kicking and screaming to the U.S., returned home after DNA tests showed she is not related to an American woman searching for her missing daughter. There was no immediate explanation of why authorities did not confirm her identity before sending her out of the country.
Alondra Luna Nunez, left, gets up after giving a press conference with her parents Gustavo Luna and Susana Nunez after landing at the Guanajuato International Airport in Silao, Mexico, Wednesday, April 22, 2015. The 14-year-old Mexican girl, who was taken from her school by police and sent kicking and screaming to the U.S., returned home after DNA tests showed she is not related to an American woman searching for her missing daughter. There was no immediate explanation of why authorities did not confirm her identity before sending her out of the country. Mario Armas Associated Press
Alondra Luna Nunez, left, gets up after giving a press conference with her parents Gustavo Luna and Susana Nunez after landing at the Guanajuato International Airport in Silao, Mexico, Wednesday, April 22, 2015. The 14-year-old Mexican girl, who was taken from her school by police and sent kicking and screaming to the U.S., returned home after DNA tests showed she is not related to an American woman searching for her missing daughter. There was no immediate explanation of why authorities did not confirm her identity before sending her out of the country. Mario Armas Associated Press

Mexican girl wrongly forced to U.S. returns to celebration

April 22, 2015 10:39 PM