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    Missing Hispanic Baby Prediction

    So I was watching FOX News this morning. A sad story came on about a Hispanic baby being kidnapped from a hospital in, I believe, in Texas was perpetrated by a white young lady.

    You watch how this will be used against by the extreme pro-illegal immigration group.

    I wonder if a illegal hispanic lady kidnapped a white baby, the media would be so quick to identify the races of the people in the story?

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    ...considering how illegals have a tendancy to drag their kids across dangerous deserts with shady coyotes, prehaps the kid would have been safer with the abducator?
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    that's a good one NoIllegalsAllowed

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    If your theory pans out it will be interesting.

    No mention of the thousands of American children abducted and exported out of America for sale on the global sex slavery market.

    Highest global value is on a caucasian five year old boy. The FBI has admitted over 20,000 sex slaves are imported each year. Authorities talk about Americans going to Tijuana to have sex with children.

    This all fits the "evil American" that deserves it politic.

    But if they told people that thousands of our children were being stolen and shipped out for a short life of sexual abuse, torture, and death. Well, that might change things.

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    maybe safer, but no where near the benefits and perks.
    Democrat or Republican, they are all politicians.

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    Re: Missing Hispanic Baby Prediction

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh
    So I was watching FOX News this morning. A sad story came on about a Hispanic baby being kidnapped from a hospital in, I believe, in Texas was perpetrated by a white young lady.

    You watch how this will be used against by the extreme pro-illegal immigration group.

    I wonder if a illegal hispanic lady kidnapped a white baby, the media would be so quick to identify the races of the people in the story?
    The thought crossed my mind too, how quick they were to name the race of the "supposed" kidnapper. And what would have been said, had the races been reversed.

    Sadly enough, another incident happen a few days ago. Two black men murdered a Hispanic family of 7. The media did not hesitate to name the race of the men that murdered them.

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    Two black men murdered a Hispanic family of 7
    Was that in Florida by a prison?
    I heard one report about 7 bodies found, no details since.
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    Texas Police Search for Missing Newborn
    Monday, June 5, 2006 5:40 PM EDT
    The Associated Press
    By BETSY BLANEY

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    LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Police studied hospital surveillance video and went door-to-door Monday in a race to find a sick 5-day-old baby and the woman who stole the newborn by posing as a nurse in medical scrubs.

    The kidnapper had befriended the mother, Erica Ysasaga, while she was still in the hospital, then stole the baby on Sunday afternoon after Ysasaga had gone home with the baby.

    The baby girl, Priscilla Nicole Maldonado, has jaundice, and blood tests before her abduction showed her condition worsening, University Medical Center spokesman Greg Bruce said.

    "Time is paramount," police Lt. Roy Bassett said, adding that police were following up on a "significant number" of calls.

    Police studied the hospital video and released a composite sketch in an effort to identify the woman and find her. "We're obviously still canvassing the neighborhood and talking to everyone we possibly can," Bassett said.

    The woman had apparently blended in with hospital staff in the days before the child's disappearance.

    Nurses on duty at the time the woman visited the newborn and her family remembered seeing her on repeated visits to the hospital, police said. But no one asked why she was not wearing the correct color of scrubs or why she had no identification badge, officials said.

    Nurses from doctors' offices and other medical facilities often wear scrubs and sometimes visit newborns and their families, Bassett said.

    "From what I understand, they don't check and identify every possible visitor who comes to the hospital," he said. "She didn't make any attempt to take the baby from the hospital and didn't spark any suspicions."

    Jaundice — a common complication in newborns — is a yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes, caused by a buildup of a pigment, bilirubin, in the blood. The build-up often occurs because the newborn's liver is unable to remove bilirubin efficiently.

    In most cases, jaundice goes away on its own, with no harm to the baby. But sometimes it can become severe and lead to brain damage. Treatment under special lights can prevent this. But some babies need a blood transfusion.

    In the hospital, the kidnapper led the mother to believe she was a nurse by dressing like one, asking questions about the baby and retrieving towels, the family said. When Ysasaga was released, the woman asked for her address, saying she had a swing and some clothes for the baby.

    "She was concerned all the time about my baby, so I thought she was a nurse," Ysasaga told KAMC-TV.

    On Sunday, the woman visited the family's home and told the mother she wanted to put the newborn in a baby pageant. "I said, `No, my baby is sick. She can't be out in public,'" Ysasaga said. "She said they would pay me $100 and my baby would win stuff."

    The woman then said she had relatives on the next block and wanted to show them the baby, according to Ysasaga. Ysasaga said she wanted to go with her, but the woman disappeared with the newborn while Ysasaga was momentarily distracted by her son.

    "My son ran ahead of me so I tried to reach over and grab him and when I did that, I turned around. Just like that, my baby was gone," she said.

    To gain Ysasaga's confidence, the woman gave Ysasaga a driver's license number and Social Security number, according to police. But neither number matched the name the woman had given the mother.

    Bassett said police believe the abduction was planned over a number of days.

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    IndyStar.com Local News Metro & State

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