BABY STOLEN FROM THE WOMB; Foetus thief sliced open pregnant girl's stomach.
Evil Frederick Polion sliced open a pregnant teenager's womb and stole her unborn baby.
Polion cut the full-term foetus from Carethia Curry while she was still alive. Carethia, 17, had been shot in the head and later died.
His own girlfriend was unable to have children and the couple were desperate for a baby.
So they hatched their gruesome grue·some
Causing horror and repugnance; frightful and shocking: a gruesome murder. See Synonyms at ghastly. plot to steal a baby.
Amazingly, the little girl survived and is now living with her father.
Polion, 37, was convicted yesterday of kidnapping kidnapping, in law, the taking away of a person by force, threat, or deceit, with intent to cause him to be detained against his will. Kidnapping may be done for ransom or for political or other purposes. the child but cleared of murdering her mother.
His girlfriend, Felecia Scott, 30, is in prison awaiting trial on murder and kidnapping charges.
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Prosecutors said Scott and Polion then kidnapped Kidnapped
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Medical experts told the court that Carethia was shot in the head but was still alive when her child was removed.
Polion told the jury he was completely innocent and believed his girlfriend when she suddenly brought him the baby and said it was their own.
But the baby's grandad, Curtis O'Neal, said: "No man on this earth could be that stupid and not ask any questions about what was going on."
Polion's brother, Lorenza James, 45, said he was pleased he'd been cleared of murder.
James added: "We are joyful joy·ful
Feeling, causing, or indicating joy. See Synonyms at glad1.
joyful·ly adv. but at the same time our family is sad that a life has been taken.
"We feel sorry for the family that lost Carethia."
Early next year, in a similar case in Chicago, three people face the death penalty for stealing a pregnant woman's unborn baby.
That child also survived and is being cared for by relatives.