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Mother of the year contender held for murder
« on: January 16, 2014, 07:40:07 AM »

Mother Of The Year Contender Held For Murder
by Whoopie • 15 January, 2014

Nidia AlvaradoDemocrats still haven’t legalized retro-active abortion…

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) – A Texas woman arrested on suspicion of killing her newborn son and dumping him in the trash told detectives she “strangled the baby and watched him die,” according to an arrest affidavit released by San Antonio police on Wednesday.

The body of the infant, likely less than a week old, was found stuffed in a duffel bag on the intake conveyor belt of a Waste Management recycling center in San Antonio two days before Christmas.

Nidia Alvarado, 25, was taken into custody on Tuesday night without incident at her home and charged with capital murder, which carries the possibility of the death penalty, police said.

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The sad irony here is that Texas has a ‘Baby Moses’ law. If she did have the kid in a hospital using an assumed name as cops believe, she could’ve simply walked out the door and leave the baby there and faced no charges. She also could’ve dropped the kid off at any firehouse or police station. There was no need for this.

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