Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Miami Abortion Clinic Allegedly Guilty of Infanticide

“This case will trumpet to the world that abortion clinics are places of barbarism where mothers as well as their babies are at serious risk. . . . Moreover, this case should put some sharp teeth into the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. . . . we must hold the line against infanticide!”

UPDATE 3/6/09: Abortion clinic owner arrested, charged with felonies

UPDATE 2/6/09: Abortionist loses state license

UPDATE 2/17/09: Mother says, "They never said anything to me that would make me think it was a baby."

-- From "Lawsuit Filed for Baby Born Alive and then Killed" posted at LifeSiteNews.com 2/3/09

On Tuesday, January 27, 2009, suit was filed by the Thomas More Society in Miami on behalf of Shanice Denise Osbourne, an infant girl who was allegedly murdered in July, 2006.

The case claims that Shanice was born alive and then murdered by abortion clinic owner, Belkis Gonzalez. Thirteen defendants (including Gonzalez, abortionist Dr. Pierre Jean-Jacques Renelique and their conglomerate of four South Florida abortion clinics) have been sued for unlicensed and unauthorized medical practice, botched abortions, evasive tactics, false medical records and the killing, hiding and disposing of the baby.

. . . Anonymous callers notified police at least three times about the live birth and murder, and when police executed a search warrant on July 22, 2006, they found medical records but couldn’t locate the baby’s remains. Six days later, another anonymous caller told police the baby’s body had been hidden on the roof. Police responded but didn’t find the baby’s body on the roof. After another anonymous tip police got another search warrant and found the decomposing baby in a cardboard box in a closet at the clinic. DNA linked the baby’s remains to [Shanice’s mother, Sycloria] Williams.

The Miami-Dade County medical examiner performed an autopsy which showed that the baby’s lungs had been filled with air before her killing, proving it was a live birth. But the examiner blamed the death on “extreme prematurity,” ignoring eyewitness testimony that the baby had been murdered.

To read the entire sad saga, CLICK HERE.