This will bear watching. Like many of the events that demonstrate the problems of abortion clinics and the industry in general, this one is making rounds on blogs and internet news services, not “standard” news sites.
MIAMI, Jan. 30 /Christian Newswire/ — On Tuesday, January 27, 2009, suit was filed in Miami on behalf of Shanice Denise Osbourne, an infant girl who was murdered in July, 2006. Thomas More Society retained the prominent Miami personal injury attorney, Tom Pennekamp, to prepare and prosecute the case, which alleges that Shanice was born alive and then murdered by defendant, 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.
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What will make this item interesting is that the alleged conduct of the clinic staff is a violation of the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act, which was enacted in 2002.
If FOCA is enacted, this scenario will be repeated routinely in hospitals and clinics across America. Induced labor abortion almost always results in the birth of a living, premature baby.