Skip to comments.NYPD: Dead Baby Found In Teenís Bag Inside Manhattan Victoriaís Secret
Posted on 10/17/2013 5:19:16 PM PDT by Morgana
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) Two teenage girls suspected of shoplifting were stopped as they were leaving the Victorias Secret store in Herald Square, and a security guard checking their bags found what appeared to be a dead baby, police said Thursday.
The girls, both 17, were stopped by a store security guard. It was then that one of the girls admitted she had a baby in the bag, CBS 2 reported.
The guard called police. The girl later told police that she had given birth Wednesday and did not know what to do with the stillborn baby, which had matured only five to six months, police said. The girl, who is from Brooklyn, was taken to Bellevue Hospital.
The other teen was being questioned at the Midtown South Precinct. Both girls were expected to be charged with shoplifting, CBS 2 reported.
The Medical Examiners Office was performing an autopsy on the baby, which was believed to be a boy.
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OMG!! We are SO LOST as a NATION.
The teen girl and would be mother, saw a world where life has little value and a nation where she and her child would be cast into the brutal reality of socialism and ObamaCare and a culture that celebrates abortion.
With no value to life, she stuffed here baby in a bag and ventured out on a shopping spree only to have to resort to shoplifting for undergarments at Victoria’s Secret.
With no value to any life, she becomes a criminal, maybe even a murderer.
George Bush’s fault.
“If abortion was safe legal and rare this never would’ve happened” < /sarc >
Really, what’s the “controversy” here? Practicing abortion without a license? Grossing out the mall cop?
Dead is dead and this culture has no problem (zero zip nada) with killing babies (to the tune of 50 million) AND requiring the public to pay for the murders.
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