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BT-1100-WRE (Womb Raider Edition) Faked Pregnancy Then Carved Unborn Baby From Her Friends Stomach! #iShitUNot (Video)

BT-1100-WRE (Womb Raider Edition) Faked Pregnancy Then Carved Unborn Baby From Her Friends Stomach! #iShitUNot (Video)

by September 30, 2017 0 comments

I’ve Heard Of A Tomb Raider But Dayum, A Womb Raider?

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

Yes thats what we are now dealing with the new models of BTs and this one is going around cutting out the fetus’ of other machines in order to appear like they themselves have the ability to make more mini bots!

In a story sent to me by Kid Gravity 2 days ago on youtube, he sent this message to me “HCBW Breaking News: http://www.bet.com/news/national/2017/09/26/woman-cuts-out-her-friends-unborn-baby-in-gruesome-murder.html?linkId=42787557″

The story was not only shocking but it is one of many that have went the exact same way which is to show how selfish and cruel the average black woman can be when you get in between what she wants even if you already possess it! Watch

Now people love to call me the bad guy for how I speak about black women but can someone explain to me how what black women do to their children and each other is OK?  My words just hurt your feelings but these womens actions are literally destroying everything and everyone around them!

Imagine how the father feels about this or the man the woman was trying to marry?

couldn’t move or scream and then ​cutting out​​ her unborn child ​— ​after ​luring the unsuspecting woman to her apartment with the promise of a gift, prosecutors said​ Monday.

Angelikque Sutton was on her way to marry Patrick Bradley​ at the courthouse when she stopped by the home of childhood acquaintance Ashleigh Wade. But Wade already had a grisly plan afoot — calculated to kill her friend, but keep her unborn child alive, Bronx prosecutors said in openings statements.

“This was an attack that took place in stages,” Assistant Bronx DA Meredith Holtzman told the jury as Wade, who had feigned pregnancy in the months prior to the grisly excavation, looked on blankly.

“The defendant cut Ms. Sutton’s larynx​ ​— her voice box,” Holtzman described. “Ms. Sutton could not scream

, could not say a word. She cut her major blood vessels.

“What the defendant did to her next is almost unspeakable,” the prosecutor said. “Because after she had rendered Ms. Sutton unable to scream, unable to move, the defendant took a kitchen paring knife and sliced Ms. Sutton’s abdomen open at the bottom half.

“Once she had cut Ms. Sutton’s abdomen open, the defendant cut Ms. Sutton’s uterus entirely out. She cut that uterus open, took baby Jenasis out, and discarded that uterus on the bathroom floor.”

Jurors in the first-degree murder trial were also shown saw stomach-churning photos of the blood-drenched scene and Sutton’s mangled remains — including a shot of the solitary, deflated uterus laying on the bathroom tile.

Incredibly, the now-22-month-old tot survived — which the prosecutor called “proof of the calculation and precision of the attack.”

A female juror passed out Thursday at the sight of a gruesome photo in the murder trial of a Bronx woman charged with killing her pregnant pal and carving out her baby.

The Bronx Supreme Court trial came to a halt when, during the graphic testimony of medical examiner Declan Mcguone, prosecutors entered photos of the victim’s mutilated body from her Nov. 21, 2015 autopsy.

The forensic pathologist stood and pointed to an enlarged image of victim Angelikque Sutton’s detached uterus and umbilical cord on a big-screen TV, just feet from the jury box.

That’s when Justice Margaret Clancy noticed Juror No. 7, a middle-aged woman, was out cold and slumped in her seat and cleared the courtroom.

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“The defendant needed for Ms. Sutton to die, and she needed for Jenasis to live,” Holtzman said. “She had baby clothes, baby shoes, diapers, formula, a crib, everything that an expectant mother would need, except a baby. She didn’t have a baby. For that she needed

Angelikque Sutton.”

Defense attorney Amy Attias suggested that her client, who faces life without the possibility of parole if convicted, did not “intentionally” kill Sutton, saying “something could have gone horribly and terribly and tragically wrong within Ms. Wade’s own mind.”

​Bradley sat in the gallery ​listening to the grisly details of his bride-to-be’s death.

Wade previously told officers she “rescued” the tot, according to court papers.

“She killed a woman in her own home,” Attias said. “So if that was her plan, it was a pretty bad plan.”

Responding officer Jonathan Polanco Ortiz later testified that the crime scene “left a mark on his soul,” and that Wade immediately

confessed to the murder when she saw cops.

When asked how many times she knifed Sutton, Ortiz said Wade quietly responded, “As many times as I could.”

Sutton’s dad also took the stand Monday, saying he and his wife first heard about the attack on the news — but had no idea it was their daughter who’d been so brutally butchered.

“We saw on television that there had been a young lady who was attacked,and we were saying how terrible it was — not knowing that was our daughter,” Bishop William Sutton told the jury as his wife, Deborah, wept quietly in the audience.