In Colorado, Michelle Wilkins has reunited with the 911 dispatcher who saved her life. As LifeNews previously reported, in March a woman was arrested in Longmont, Colorado after she attacked Wilkins and cut her seven-month-old unborn baby out of her womb. In this unbelievable act of violence, Wilkin’s baby, Aurora, died but she survived. A report shows the baby breathed a heavy last gasp before she died.
However, after the incident, a spokeswoman from the Boulder Country District Attorney’s Office said the perpetrator, Dynel Lane, wouldn’t face murder charges for the baby’s death. Instead, prosecutors charged the perpetrator with attempted murder of the mother, multiple counts of assault on the mother and unlawful termination of a pregnancy. On July 23rd, Lane pleaded not guilty to those charges at Boulder County Court.
The Daily Mail reports that Wilkins met with dispatcher Beth Kemper, one of the police officers that arrived at the scene of the crime and members of the Longmont Police Force.
An expectant mother who survived having her unborn baby brutally cut out of her womb has met the officials who saved her life – as the woman accused of stealing her child has denied the attack.
In a moving personal photo seen by Daily Mail Online, Michelle Wilkins, 26, who lives in North Carolina, is seen beaming in a restaurant alongside Beth Kemper and a woman named Chrystie, Ms Kemper was the 911 dispatcher who took Ms Wilkins’s frantic call after her eight-month-old fetus was allegedly ripped out of her womb at suspect Dynel Lane’s home in Colorado on March 18.
Chrystie, meanwhile, was among the police officers who arrived at the scene to find a terrified Ms Wilkins lying in the basement, with blood pouring from her stomach and her unborn baby missing. The infant was later declared dead in hospital after Lane allegedly showed up carrying it.
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In another personal image, Ms Wilkins – who is visiting Colorado this week to surprise the numerous people who saved her life – is pictured hugging first responder Billy Sawyer, one of her ‘heroes’. And in a third, she is seen posing alongside members of Longmont Police Force after giving them home-baked cookies to thank them for rescuing her from the basement of Lane’s city home.
Unfortunately, Colorado state law does not regard unborn children as human beings who deserve justice when they are killed. In 2013, Colorado Democrats killed a bill that would add the state to the list of more than 25 states that provide justice and protection for pregnant women and unborn children. Pro-abortion groups Planned Parenthood and NARAL opposed the bill – the very groups that endorsed Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett in his race for attorney general. Garnett is the county prosecutor who refused to bring murder charges against lane for killing Wilkins’ unborn baby.
Then, earlier this year, Democrats in the state House killed an unborn victims bill for the second time after Republicans passed the bill on the Senate Floor. In fact, not a single Democrat voted in favor of the legislation even though it would bring justice for babies like Aurora who die in violent homicides.
During the debate on the measure, pro-abortion Democrats falsely claimed the bill would be used to prosecute women for miscarriages or would ban abortions, even though federal unborn victims law and the laws of dozens of states have not done so.