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Michelle Confronts Woman Who Cut Her Unborn Baby Out of Her Womb-Bizarre !

Choking back tears, Michelle Wilkins told Colorado jurors Wednesday how a woman she had only just met cut out her seven-month-old fetus and left her to die in a basement.

In a Boulder courtroom, Wilkins said she fought with Dynel Lane last March in the woman’s home, after answering a Craigslist ad for free maternity clothes.

Woman who cut baby from wombLane dug the heel of her hand into Wilkins’ windpipe and stabbed her with a piece of glass, Wilkins testified during the first day of testimony in her alleged attacker’s trial.

“I kept saying, ‘Why are you doing this? I don’t know why you’re doing this but I love you.”’
Lane replied, “If you love me, you’ll let me do this,” Wilkins said

The defendant, 35, has pleaded not guilty to six felony counts, including attempted first-degree murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy the Denver Post reported.

Wilkins testified she went to Lane’s home about noon, and the two women sorted through clothes. They discussed pregnancy and their partners, Wilkins said.

Prosecutors said Lane went to great lengths to fake being pregnant and posted photos of herself with a distended belly. She told her boyfriend she was expecting, but kept changing her due date, he testified later in the day, according to The Associated Press

Source: Associated Press

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