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Newborn Baby Remains Found

Posted by Sandra On January - 23 - 2011

The remains of a baby girl were found wrapped in plastic bags.

SAN BERNARDINO — Police are still searching for the person responsible for disposing the remains of a newborn baby girl in an alley Saturday evening. The remains were discovered Saturday wrapped in black plastic bags in an alley, according to San Bernardino Police officials. The remains were found by a woman who was cleaning the alley behind the 4300 block of N. Sierra Way. According to investigators, the infant still had the umbilical cord attached.



By the time you finish reading this, 15 children will have been abused; In the next five minutes, 30 more; Within the next hour, 360 more; And by tonight, close to 8,000+ children will have suffered from abuse, 5 of which will die. Child abuse has increased 134% since 1980 and is now considered a worldwide epidemic. The high jump in child abuse deaths and the shocking increase in statistics highlights the frightening lack of public knowledge.

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DREAMCATCHERS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN, INC. is an official non-profit 501(c)3 child abuse & neglect organization. Our mission is to educate the public on all aspects of child abuse such as symptoms, intervention, prevention, statistics, reporting, and helping victims locate the proper resources necessary to achieve a full recovery. We also cover areas such as bullying, teen suicide & prevention, children\'s rights, child trafficking, missing & exploited children, online safety, and pedophiles/sex offenders.

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