A child or a fetus? Murder or not? Evidently, that all depends on which second you’re referring to…
Inside a woman’s womb a baby forms, waiting to come into the world. The process is nothing less than fascinating for the nine months from conception to birth. It can be watched through ultrasounds, read about in books, and viewed on videos.
Practically anything that you’d ever want to know about a baby’s development in the womb can be found…with the exception of one part.
There is one magical thing that happens that cannot be explained.
While still in the womb, the baby is a fetus. But after only seconds, upon its first breath outside the womb, it’s considered a child. A fetus one second and a child the next. Whoa! Now, that’s magic!
Ot at least that’s what lawmakers want us to believe, but it’s really not magic at all. A baby is a child inside and outside of the womb. Unfortunately, the law states otherwise.
“Under Colorado law, there’s no way murder charges can be brought if it is not established that the fetus lived as a child outside the body of the mother for some period of time.” ~ Baby girl cut from mother’s womb
A fetus one second who can be murdered, and the next second a child who can’t. Explain that to a happily expecting mother, who has had her child’s life stolen from her.