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Friday, May 29, 2009

WTF?! Here's the lower tier version of an abortion. At a cost of $150 for the accused mutant.

Just when you thought the last story you've read could not be surpassed by an even crazier story, we find this.
We will get into this story further, along with the Desmond Hatchett story, and all of the women involved with these individuals on our next broadcast.

Utah man charged in beating of pregnant teenager

From the Associated Press

NAPLES, Utah (AP) — A man in Utah was charged Friday with attempted homicide in the beating of a pregnant teenager who police say asked for the pummeling in an effort to abort her six-month-old fetus.
Deputy Uintah County Attorney Mark Thomas said he filed the felony charge against Arron N. Harrison, 21, who was arrested Thursday and jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Prosecutors are still weighing possible charges against the 17-year-old girl, who is also in custody. Authorities haven't disclosed her name.
"I haven't decided who's more at fault," Mark Watkins, police chief of Naples, 130 miles east of Salt Lake City, told The Associated Press. "She was just as cold as the assailant — we're not going to treat her as a victim."
Thomas said Harrison is expected to appear in court Tuesday and faces one to 15 years in prison if convicted.
Harrison pummeled the girl's abdomen in an effort to cause a miscarriage, Watkins said.
"Her intention was, in fact, to abort the child — to terminate the pregnancy," he said.
The fetus survived, but doctors won't know for certain what injuries it may have sustained until it is born.
The girl spent a day in a hospital before her arrest and is being held at a juvenile detention center, Watkins said.
Thomas said the beating took place late Tuesday, and that the girl initially told her family she had been mugged by an unknown assailant.
The family called police, who got the girl to speak truthfully about what happened, Watkins said.
He said Harrison was an acquaintance of the girl and is not the father of the child.
Neither Thomas nor Watkins knew if either of the two had a lawyer.

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