In light of this week's horrific story out of Longmont, Colorado, "The mother-to-be who allegedly had her unborn baby ripped from her by a woman she had just met on Craiglist told nurses as she arrived at hospital: "In a pain-filled voice frequently drifting into mumbled incoherence, a woman just weeks from giving birth tells a 911 operator that she is "bleeding out" in the basement of a Longmont home after responding to a Craigslist ad. "She cut me," Michelle Wilkins tells the operator between moans and heavy breathing. "I'm pregnant."
The baby, who the Boulder County coroner's office said was female and in her 34th week, did not survive." it's time to revisit how Colorado Right to Life and Personhood Colorado have been working feverishly since 2008 to legally protect every human being at every stage of biological development from the moment of fertilization.
Longmont 2015: A mom suffers perhaps the most atrocious killing ever of a Colorado mother's unborn child.
Aurora 2012: Ashley Moser's unborn baby, the sibling to the youngest victim in the Aurora murders, has died.
Longmont 2012: Heather Surovik's baby "Calling him a 'fetus' is offensive to our family."
Denver 2011: Lori Gorham's eight-month old baby was killed by a hit-and-run driver.
Grand Junction 2007: Lileigh Lehnen died an hour after she was born. Colorado courts rejected the murder charge but contradicted themselves, not surprising in our abortion-confused world, by upholding other charges including "child abuse leading to death". So, Lileigh was a child but not a person.