Dead baby treated as bio-waste in Los Angeles
A mother is suing the Los Angeles County coroner for allegedly disposing of her dead baby daughter as "bio-waste."This is an example of how abortion has hardened the hearts of many. For the unwanted the baby may be bio-mass, but for the wanted it is something worthy of respect.
The lawsuit, filed by Yolanda Garnett in Los Angeles County Superior Court this week, accuses the county, the coroner and the county mortuary of general negligence. The suit seeks more than $25,000 in damages.
The complaint does not say how the baby died or how old it was, and the mother's attorney declined Thursday to elaborate.
According to the suit, the coroner performed an autopsy on Garnett's infant daughter in December. Garnett requested the girl's body be returned to her for burial after the autopsy.
When Garnett asked what had happened to the baby, county officials told her the infant's body had been discarded as "bio-waste," according to court papers.
The coroner's office had no record of Garnett or her daughter, said Lt. John Kades of the county Department of Coroner.