Horrible Crime Reveals: **THIS** Is What an Unborn Baby Looks Like

Dynel Lane of Longmont, Colorado was sentenced Friday to 100 years in prison for cutting a seven-month-old fetus from its mother’s womb. Lane had lured the pregnant woman, Michelle Wilkins, to her home in 2015 by advertising maternity clothes for sale on Craigslist. She then assaulted Wilkins, beating and stabbing her, then performing what was called “a kitchen table cesarian section” to remove the baby from her uterus.

Apparently, Lane had been living with a man and had feigned a pregnancy in an attempt to keep him in her life. Actually, she had previously undergone a tubal ligation; but to keep the interest of the man, she pretended that she was pregnant, pretended to go to the doctor. On the day of the attack, the boyfriend had told Lane, “We’re going to the doctor to figure this out.” He warned that if she was not pregnant and was instead trying to trick him, then she was “out of here.”

So Lane, desperate to hold onto the man who was ready to dump her, took decisive action. She chopped up a pregnant woman and tried to steal a newborn. The pregnant woman survived; her baby did not.

The judge, noting the severity of the assault against Wilkins, sentenced Dynel Lane to 48 years for attempted murder and 32 years for “unlawful termination of a pregnancy.” The remainder of her sentence was for assault charges.

But notice this:  There was no penalty for killing Aurora, Michelle Wilkins’ unborn child, because, as the coroner reported, there was “no evidence that the fetus had lived outside the womb.” As abortion advocates have insisted, a fetus who dies while still inside the womb is not a person under the law; so no murder was committed.

Colorado Republicans, responding to this horrible case, attempted for a third time to pass legislation which would have permitted a murder charge. And for the third time, Colorado Democrats rejected the measure. So far 38 states have successfully passed legislation which recognizes that under certain circumstances, a criminal can be convicted of murder for causing the death of a fetus in the womb. Abortion-rights advocates continue to oppose such legislation.

Just in case you aren’t sure what that “bundle of cells” looks like–here is Baby Aurora Wilkins, who was killed after seven months’ gestation. May God welcome her home, and having missed the joys of childhood here n earth, may she know eternal joy in heaven.

Baby Aurora

Images: Screenshots from news report by KUSA-TV, the USA Today Network.

By |2018-01-27T17:39:32+00:00April 30th, 2016|Politics & Culture|


  1. Garioch Spey May 6, 2016 at 12:38 am - Reply

    Donald Trump will have beautiful policies on abortion, which he will explain to the American people using his Ivy League education. He will build a wall around all abortion clinics in America, and Planned Parenthood will pay to build it.

  2. Alicia May 4, 2016 at 12:04 am - Reply

    What about equal protection under the law? How can a person be in one state and not another?

  3. Xavier Abraham May 3, 2016 at 8:40 pm - Reply

    This is my own research, so correct me if I’m wrong:

    I think this is a case of misapplying the legal definition of “person”.

    A “person” in U.S. law does not equate to a human person. Nor is one the subset of the other. Not just unborn infants, even tourists, foreign students, non-immigrant aliens, illegal aliens – none of them are considered a “person” under U.S. law. On the other hand, corporations such as Microsoft, Google as well as partnerships, are considered persons in U.S. law.

    Does that mean, if someone kills a foreign student, the murderer can go scot-free ? The definitions must clearly distinction between “human person” and “legal person”, and in such cases as above the definition of “legal person” does not apply.

  4. Linda Ill May 3, 2016 at 5:22 pm - Reply

    I had no idea that there was a photo of baby girl Aurora. That any human being with a functioning conscience denies that a little person was murdered, is incomprehensible and downright evil.

    I concur: May this little murder victim–and victim of diabolical ideologies that her life didn’t exist–enjoy eternal joy surpassing that of the childhood that was denied her.

    This has been one of the most heart-wrenching stories I’ve seen in years. May God comfort and strengthen little Aurora’s mommy, who has been through unspeakable horror and pain. My heart breaks for her and for Aurora’s whole family.

  5. Elizabeth Stevens May 3, 2016 at 5:19 pm - Reply

    I have heard that there have been some court cases that have resulted in conviction for killing an unborn child. One case was when a commercial truck driver accidentally ran over a pregnant woman, killing both the woman and the unborn child. I think the driver was convicted of two second degree murders. This was in Kansas maybe 50 years ago. Surely there is case law that has had similar outcomes.

  6. Ellen Kolb May 1, 2016 at 12:14 am - Reply

    It saddens me that my own state (NH), like Colorado, has no fetal homicide statute. Abortion advocates have fought our fetal homicide bills relentlessly. I’ve never understood why, despite hearing testimony on these bills going back to the early 1990s.

    Thank you for posting the photo of Aurora, who deserves to be remembered by name. I pray for the consolation of her mother and the conversion of her assailant.

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