From the most Liberal city in America comes the story of the woman had the baby on the street corner and without so much as a second thought, she left him alive right where he came out and continued walking down the street.
(AP) SAN FRANCISCO A woman who allegedly walked away from her baby boy after giving birth to him on a street corner was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment, police said.
Police found the mother two blocks away Sunday night after a security guard spotted her delivering the baby and called 911, police Capt. Al Casciato said.
“She denied having a baby, but her clothing was soaked in blood,” Casciato said.
The 5-pound, 12-ounce baby boy was taken to San Francisco General Hospital and placed in the custody of Child Protective Services.
Police had to restrain the woman who appeared to be suffering from mental illness, Casciato said.
Finally this has gone public. Our local Republican Central Committee has been covering this up for several months. It’s unfortunate that the liberal media has to break the story because we can’t police ourselves.
The local Chair of the county party helped herself to over $35,000 and others in the party covered it up. The story can be found at Sacramento Bee Newspaper (registration is required).
The resignation of former Sacramento County Republican Party Chairwoman Donna Schalansky has become the flash point in an internal party battle that centers on whether thousands of dollars of reimbursements she received were in violation of state law.
State law requires information about “third-party payees” be disclosed for reimbursements of $500 or more. But financial disclosure forms filed with the secretary of state’s office show Schalansky received 29 payments of $500 or more—a total of $35,922—between 2003 and 2006 without receipts showing who received the payments for which she was reimbursed.
Thus far no audit has been done and none is schedule. Members are not being allowed to see the books and no complete treasurer reports are being given out at the meeting. I have it on good authority that others are involved and that this may involve the state party as well.