Sycloria Williams is the young woman now suing a Florida abortion mill. Her baby, who she named Shaniece, was born alive at the clinic. The clinic owner, Belkis Gonzalez, put the baby in a biohazard bag and tossed her on the roof. An anonymous tipster alerted the cops, who eventually found the baby -- leading to the utterly surreal call for an autopsy not to determine just the cause of death, but the very nature of the corpse. Was this a dead baby, or just biomass? You need an expert to discern these things in the post-Roe era.
Gosh, Barack Obama reassured the people of Illinois that babies just aren't born alive during abortions. That it's a non-issue. The doctors are always very careful not to start abortions on babies that might survive! There's no need for a neonatologist to come see if the baby could survive if it's born alive -- excuse me, if the nonviable tissue that is wrigging and squirming and gasping in your procedure room is actually a baby. Illinois law was very clear on that point -- if the doctor decided before the abortion that it was a nonviable tissue mass, well, then it was, all squirming and gasping and generally acting like a preemie to the contrary. Any nonviable tissue mass that does that -- wiggles and squirms and breathes and gasps -- is just pulling a clever ruse, trying to convince you it's a baby. But it's not! And how do we know? Barack Obama says so! And of course, he never screws up.
Keep in mind amidst the outrage is that things like what happened to Sycolria and her baby are literally an everyday occurrence in this country. The CDC's last admission was that they got about 400 reports a year of live births during abortions, and their spokesman, Willard Cates, said that this number was no doubt a gross underreporting because reporting a live birth is "like turning yourself in to the IRS for an audit." This is an everyday occurrence. Keep that in mind.
For more about babies that survive abortions, click on the "born alive" topic just below this post.