A few days ago, a mother who was pregnant in the United States drank a whole liter of whiskey at 34 weeks. After that, the baby girl was born, but the baby girl died at the end. The autopsy showed that the baby died of "acute alcohol poisoning and complications without support."
The Broadcasting Corporation of the United States reported on July 26 that according to the charges of Henne Ping County Court of Minnesota, the woman named Rianna Marie Cameron was charged with her newborn in 2018.Today, she has been charged with two second -level negligence killings.
According to the criminal prosecution, around 8:39 pm on December 30, 2018, the local Rogers Police Police officer received a report that a new baby responded.At that time, Cameron Mary and a newborn baby girl were lying on the bed, and the umbilical cord was still connected to her mother.
When the police entered the house, they found that there were two children in the family entertainment room on the first floor, 2 years old, one 3 years old, and no one cared.The indictment stated that after hearing a male voice came upstairs, the police entered the master bedroom on the second floor and found that the newborn was purple and did not seem to breathe.
Police began to take life -life measures against the newborn until the medical staff rushed to send her to the hospital.At about 9:39, the baby was announced to die.Later autopsy showed that the baby died of "acute alcohol poisoning and complications without support."The baby’s alcohol content (BAC) was 0.234 when the baby was born, which was three times the restrictions on drunk driving in most states in the United States.
According to the complaint, Cameron Mary told the police that she had been "carnival" that day and had been drinking from 5 o’clock that night.She told investigators that she drank about one liter of whiskey.
Since 2012, Cameron Mary has been sentenced to three times for alcoholism.During her recent pregnancy, the police twice warned her not to drink.The newborn died in just 15 days after the second warning.
If the charges are established, Cameron Mary may be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.