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Tyraina Paulino October 6, 2011 6-U.S. History Article Title: Delaware mom Bridget Wismer busted for selling baby boy to 54-year-old Philadelphia man: cops. Citation: Sheridan, M. (2011, October 5) Delaware mom Bridget Wismer busted for selling baby boy to 54-year-old Philadelphia man: cops. NY Daily News . Retrieved from http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2011/10/05/2011-10- 05_delaware_mom_busted_for_selling_baby_boy_to_54yearold_philadelphia_man_cops.html Summary: A mom in Delaware was charged for selling her baby to a man. The call was made in by a concerned family member. She was arrested on Saturday and the following Tuesday they had found the man and the baby boy. The mother states that she did not give her baby away, but the grandmother of the baby clarified that the she did indeed sell him for $15,000.The man who bought the baby and the
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Unformatted text preview: mother were charged with second-hand conspiracy, but both have been released on bail. Court papers say that she did not sell the baby. Personal Comments: Although the court papers say that the mother did not “sell” her child, I still believe that that is not the full story. This should be considered neglecting a child and she shouldn’t have been released on bail, as well as the man who had been accused of buying the baby. There are so many cases today about negligence and abuse between parents and their children. To me, it is one of the most tragic things in society today. Everywhere you go you hear about children who were victims of abuse through their parents. Not many people understand what it’s like to actually be a caring parent to a child....
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