Her only crime according to "Republican" Rudy was not having the unborn and newborn babies killed by abortionists. If Rudy wins we are about to see the end of the Republican party.
Three Fetuses Found in Mom's Home
By RANDALL CHASE,
Posted: 2007-07-30 13:45:06
Filed Under: Crime News, Nation News
OCEAN CITY, Md. (July 30) - Investigators found three tiny bodies wrapped in plastic and hidden at the home of a woman who was charged last week with killing her newborn child, police said Monday.
Peter J. Casey, The Daily Times / AP
Members of an FBI team examine a patch of ground Monday outside the home of Christy Freeman, who was charged with killing her newborn child last week. Police found three dead fetuses at the home over the weekend.
None of the bodies was full-term, and only one of the four deaths was recent, said Ocean City Police spokesman Barry Neeb. "The rest could be a number of years old," he said.
Two of the bodies were found in a trunk in Christy Freeman's bedroom, and another was in a garbage bag found in a motor home parked in her driveway, police said. The remains were sent to the office of the chief medical examiner in Baltimore to determine the causes of their deaths, their ages and if all were related to Freeman.
Freeman, 37, came to authorities' attention on Thursday while she was hospitalized.
Medical personnel called police after determining she had been pregnant but could not account for the child.
After interviewing her, police searched Freeman's home and found the body of an infant wrapped in a blanket. Freeman was charged with murder and manslaughter under a 2005 law allowing charges for the death of a fetus that can live outside the womb.
Officers continued searching the home and property during the weekend and found the other tiny bodies, Neeb said.
Freeman lived in the second floor of the building with her boyfriend and her four other children, all of whom are safe, police said Monday. The building is less than a block off the Coastal Highway, the main north-south route in this resort town.
Freeman, owner of Classic Taxi in Ocean City, was to have a bond hearing later Monday.
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