nation shocked by pre-natal shooting
On Monday, the caliber revolver had an altercation in their common Albuquerque uterus.
According to police, the twin\'s mother, Evelyn Alpert, 34, was awakened at 4 in the morning. m.
There was a twist in her womb that she thought was \"a routine kick \".
About 30 minutes later, Alpert heard and felt three shots.
Subsequent forensic ultrasound revealed that the unborn gunman was under five years old. inch-
Tall, tall, white male, with no eyes and hair, fired two shots at his brother in the ground that would eventually become his heart.
After four tense
During the one-hour standoff, when the police threatened to induce labor, the unborn gunman threw away his weapons.
A police spokesman denied the use of tear gas or forced use of tear gas.
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Alpert was not injured in the shooting, two bullets landed on the victim, and the third shot passed through the birth canal innocently.
The gunman hasn\'t come out of the crime scene yet, but the court
The appointed lawyer says the fetus will surrender peacefully after his death.
Sometime in early October, the birth was separated from Alpert.
\"This series of tragic events is hard to understand,\" said Jim Baca, mayor of Albuquerque . \".
\"Where, as a community, have we lived up to these unborn boys?
Can their parents do better before pregnancy, carrying and pregnancy
Educate them naturally?
How did the fetus get a gun?
Police officials say the gunman used a revolver registered under his father, Lee Alpert, who may have left the gun in his wife\'s womb.
At the time of publication, no charges had been made against the man.
According to Albuquerque D. A.
Eugene Billups, while legally admitting that the attacker was a fetus, will be on trial during his infancy.
The pre-trial hearing will begin next week and the tribunal will not allow ultrasound technicians to appear in court.
\"It\'s hard to accept,\" Billups told reporters . \".
\"These children are just babies.
President Clinton said he was doubling his efforts to get through tougher maternity guns at this difficult time --
\"Last year, I called on Congress to ask for the trigger lock on the pistol and place metal detectors at the entrance to each uterus,\" Clinton said at a White House press conference . \".
\"These laws are likely to save the lives of the unborn child.
I am now asking Congress to do the right thing, to pass this legislation, and a measure to extend the gun waiting time by more than nine months.
We have to keep the pistol in the hands of our national fetus.
\"On the advice of his lawyer, the fetus did not comment on the shooting.