Michelle Margaret Kalina, 44, was charged Monday with two counts of abuse of corpse after a forensic anthropologist determined two of the containers contained the bones of a one-month-old infant and a 20-week fetus.
A third container held a two-by-three foot block of concrete. An x-ray of the block encased an "unknown mass." After cracking it open, investigators found more human remains, said Chief Michael J. Gombar.
In Florida, police are looking for the parents of a 16-week-old unborn child found on top of a sewage recycling plant grate.
A federal judge has issued a temporary injunction so that traveling abortionist George Klopfer doesn't need to provide contact information to area emergency rooms and the health department for the time being.
According to an order handed down Wednesday by U.S. District Judge Robert L. Miller Jr., Allen County officials cannot enforce portions of the amended ordinance concerning patient notification forms and patient-identifying information. The county also cannot provide identifying information to the Indiana State Medical Licensing Board.
The ordinance enacted this year by the Allen County commissioners requires that out-of-town doctors provide contact information to area emergency rooms and the local health department......
The ACLU did not prevail on all of its arguments, however. Miller disagreed with Klopfer’s assertions that existing state law prohibits Allen County from enacting further regulation of the medical field, nor did the judge believe the county would seek to search patients’ notification forms in an unconstitutional manner, according to court documents.
The head of a large Russian dairy company has threatened to fire employees who have abortion or are not married in the Orthodox church.