When the criminal proceedings concluded against Dynel Catrece Lane who cut a 7-month-old pre-born child, Aurora Wilkins, from her mother's womb, it was determined that
Wilkins Lane hadn't really killed the unborn baby. The authorities ruled that it was fetal demise, as if the child had died on its own, the result of a miscarriage.
This bizarre legal straight jacket is another example of the extreme pro-choice abortion's industry insistence that a pre-born baby is not a human person until after it is born.
Wilkins was seven-months pregnant and was visiting Dynel Catrece Lane’s home to buy baby clothes advertised on Craigslist. She was beaten and stabbed before Lane cut her unborn baby from her abdomen. Left alone in the basement of the home, the victim was eventually able to call police, was rescued and rushed to the hospital for immediate surgery.
34-year-old Dynel Lane, later allegedly brought the deceased child to the hospital and claimed she’d had a miscarriage. She was arrested and booked into the Boulder County Jail.
Lane, however didn't get of scot-free. She was sentenced to 100 years in prison after conviction on one count of attempted first-degree murder, four counts of assault. And what did she get for the killing of baby Aurora? She was convicted of one count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy.
In other words, Aurora didn't count for much. Lane wasn't charged with any crimes against Aurora. That's because the law in Colorado, where the killing took place. As District Attorney Stan Garnett explained in March,
"Under Colorado law, essentially, there is no way murder charges can be brought if it’s not established that the fetus lived as a child outside the body of the mother.” And the woman who admitted she ripped a baby from a mother’s womb, won’t be charged with murder – even though the baby was alive, and allegedly gasped for breath before she died.
As Life News explained:
Unfortunately, prosecutors were not be able to bring charges for the unborn child’s death because Colorado state law does not regard unborn children as human beings who deserve justice when they are killed. This is because in 2013, Colorado Democrats killed a bill that would add the state to the list of more than 25 states that provide justice and protection for pregnant women and unborn children.
Had officials determined that the baby, named Aurora, had survived the attack and officially “been born” she would have become a victim under Colorado criminal law and prosecutors could bring charges against Lane related to her death.
As a result, the county coroner ruled that the baby’s death was a “fetal demise” — a term often associated with miscarriages when the baby dies of natural causes not an intentional act.
Doctors testified that Aurora was viable and would have survived. But she had no right to life, the Colorado law says. Along with the extremist supporters of an abortion industry that insists that nothing should stand in the way of a woman's choice to kill her children until after it is born.
Go to the Denver Post and watch what Michelle Wilkins has to say about the loss of her daughter, Aurora. After watching this moving video, can you still say that Aurora was not a real human person?
Emma (above), a girl born pre-maturely at 33 weeks of pregnancy, was not a person in the womb according to pro-choice extremists. Where is their compassion?
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