Skip to comments.Fetus found in jar at Southwest Florida high school
Posted on 10/02/2013 2:23:47 AM PDT by Morgana
Warning: Graphic details
A teacher at a South Florida high school was shocked when he returned from summer vacation to find a formalin-soaked human fetus placed in a jar inside one of his cabinets.
The fetus, a white female, was 16 to 19 weeks old and 8 inches long with its umbilical cord still attached. The fetus' eyes, toes and other features were all well preservedand there appears to be no trauma.
The mason jar was found covered in a brown paper bag in Robert Snyder's classroom at Cape Coral High School on Aug. 7.
(Excerpt) Read more at orlandosentinel.com ...
Well what do you think an abortion looks like? A french fry?
Someone went to a lot of trouble to plant this .... and THAT mind is evil and dangerous.
Well according to abortionist LeRoy Carhart it’s like “putting meat in a crock pot”
From the article:
“It seems now that the fetus has actually been in the classroom for about 20 years and was used as a learning tool by a former science teacher, NBC-2 is reporting. However, the medical examiner’s initial report stated that the fetus was not there before the start of the summer, it had no documentation and that none of the teachers at the school were aware of its presence, according to WFTX-TV.”
Yikes. Someone, somewhere has some ‘splaining to do.
Nothing to see here, move on /s
... they have rebelled against their God. They will fall by the sword; their little ones will be dashed to the ground, their pregnant women ripped open. Hosea 13:16
From the description it sounds like it ws there more than 20 years. Back in the 50s and 60s it wasn’t all that uncommon for high schools to have these type of specimins to include human brains and other organs. Hospitals and medical schools would give these to high school biology labs for students to see the real thing. This was before the time of abortions and may have been the result of natural causes. As far as it being a human, the throught was a bit different back then and it was probably looked on more as a cadaver donated for educational purposes.
I remember in about seventh or eighth grade seeing just such a jar in the science classroom. It was not part of a lesson plan that year, I’d surely remember if it had been.
And that was back in the mid-50’s.