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Alabama woman charged with manslaughter    Criminals on the Run

Started Jun-27 by ChapCavi; 212 views.
ChapCavi

From: ChapCavi

Jun-27

Alabama woman charged with manslaughter after her unborn child died when she was shot in the stomach
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An Alabama woman has been charged with manslaughter over the death of her unborn baby after she was shot in the stomach while pregnant. Marshae Jones, 27, of Birmingham, Alabama, was five months pregnant when she reportedly got into a fight with another woman outside a general store.

The brawl led to Jones being shot in the stomach. The 27-year-old survived but her unborn baby girl was killed.

Pleasant Grove Police Lt Danny Reid said the fight stemmed from a dispute over the unborn baby's father. Lt Reid also said that although the pregnant woman didn’t fire the shots that killed the unborn child, she initiated the fight and therefore bore some responsibility towards the victim.


https://ca.news.yahoo.com/alabama-woman-charged-manslaughter-her-095543750.html
Evening Standard Harriet Brewis June 27, 2019

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Seaguil

From: Seaguil

Jun-29

Honestly I don't get it!?!?

fabul0us

From: fabul0us

Jul-6

A petition to drop the charges against the 27-year-old has been launched, with the lead campaigner writing: "The system where a pregnant mother is charged because she’s lost her baby after being shot is a broken one.

"How can a killer walk away free while the victim is charged for the act of killing an unborn child?"

Something is missing here, did the pregnant woman asked to be shot?

astonished

Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)

Jul-7

Prosecutor drops case against woman charged with manslaughter after she was shot and miscarried

Officials in Alabama have dismissed manslaughter charges against a woman who miscarried after she was shot by someone else, her attorneys said Wednesday afternoon.

A lack of details in the convoluted case divided many who sought to assign blame in the fetus’s death, a situation exacerbated by Alabama’s broad manslaughter law, which makes it a felony to “recklessly” cause the death of another person. The manslaughter charge also forced the “personhood” debate back into the headlines — should a fetus be granted the rights of a person, and at what point in the pregnancy?

washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/07/03/

That explains it pretty well!!!

CaroWee

From: CaroWee

Jul-9

I find that something is missing from the shooter!!

laughing

EagleWin9

From: EagleWin9

Jul-13

ONE MORE

''Officials in Alabama have dismissed manslaughter charges against a woman who miscarried after she was shot by someone else, her attorneys said Wednesday afternoon.''

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ChapCavi

From: ChapCavi

Sep-18

THESE POSTED UPDATES ARE COOL 

Thank you! thumbsup

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