Abandoned Baby Closer to Adoption

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POSTED: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 - 2:42pm

UPDATED: Friday, April 16, 2010 - 10:38am

EL PASO--- A Child Protective Services spokesman says a baby abandoned at a West side fire station last fall is nearing adoption.

The little girl, whose name hasn't been released, was left at the doorstep of Fire Station 22 in September, in accordance with the Baby Moses law.

Now the baby may soon be adopted by her foster parents, said CPS spokesman Paul Zimmerman.

According to Zimmerman, the process has taken this long because there is a waiting period after parental rights have been terminated by a court.
 

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Thank the mother for having foresight and caring more for her child's future than either aborting or trying to keep a child she could not care for!. God Bless Her!

Now that's the right thing to do. Murder is never an option, even if it's legal before the child is born. And apparently up until 2002, even if the child was born and was an abortion survivor.

I'm glad they chose to keep the child alive. It seems that at least someone in this Democrat supporting city has a conscience and decided not to kill their child before they were born.

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