Skip to comments.Mother Sought After Newborn With Umbilical Cord Attached Found Alone in Stroller in South L.A.
Posted on 08/05/2015 10:38:16 AM PDT by BenLurkin
The baby believe to be just 1 day old was discovered in the Adams-Normandie neighborhood of South L.A.
The area is about a half-mile north of the University of Southern California campus, and is close to St. Agnes Church, Vermont Avenue Elementary School and a Ralphs grocery store.
The infant was transported to California Hospital Medical Center and remained hospitalized in stable condition early Wednesday.
Police have described the child as either white or Hispanic. Investigators are still searching for his mother, whose identity continues to be a mystery
(Excerpt) Read more at ktla.com ...
A baby found left alone in South L.A. on Aug. 4, 2015, is shown in a photo released by LAPD.
**Not white. Hispanic.**
Well, there is George Zimmerman.
Oh, how precious. I pray this little one finds a happy home. God bless.
Quick! Put the baby up for adoption before Planned Parenthood finds out!
PS, love the elephants. Oops that’s rasis whistle that it’s all the repubs fault.
mom is gone back to meheeco after making the deposit
Don’t let PP get hold of baby!
Might be she still being held by the smugglers.
Thank God the mother cared enough to bring the child to a church, rather than abort her. Score one for life!
I surprised it was not stripped for its parts
I suspect a girl of means that couldn’t face up to an abortion. If Moma and daddy doesn’t know the bastard exists will get off scott free when she returns after a sojourn in America
An aunt set it all up......my guess
To do this, mothers are assured anonymity. This should be a teahing moment of what a woman who might otherwise panic should do to protect the life of her child.
Judging from the hair that baby is Mexican. Mexican babies are ready for a trip to the barbershop as soon as they are born.
Cecile Richards is licking her chops ... “That’s a sound system bump on a Lamborghini!”
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