Last month Keisha Jones tricked her husband's pregnant girlfriend into taking Cytotec, a drug that can cause miscarriage in the early stages of pregnancy. Anthony Jones, Jr. didn't die. At least not yet. He was born less than three pounds and struggles for his life.
In February of 2008 Jaime Solis Olmos staged a fake robbery and beating of his pregnant girlfriend, Justina Cornejo. Cornejo suffered internal injuries and facial cuts, but her 11-week-old baby survived. “The defendant wanted the victim to abort the child,” Deputy District Attorney Andrea Tischler told the Star. “When she did not, he decided to hire someone to beat her severely enough to lose the child.”
In November of 2007 Manishkumar M. Patel slipped his pregnant girlfriend some RU-486 in a drink. She became suspicious and had the powder he put in her drink tested. But while still waiting for the results her baby died.
Last March Tonuya Rainey was about to become a grandmother. Her daughter was looking forward to the child. But grandma had somthing else in mind. In the words of B.O., she was going to fix the "problem."
Rainey forced her daughter to drink some tea spiked with RU-486. But to her horror, her grandson was born alive. Grandma took her grandchild and tossed him in the garbage where he died.