An article in The American Feminist says:
Nearly five infants under the age of 1 are killed in the United States each week, according to a 1997 CNN review of FBI statistic.
The article goes on to say:
“However, if criminal penalties assigned to perpetrators of infanticide are any indication of how society views the crime,the “slippery slope” concern is quite valid. After Louise Woodward was convicted of the murder of 8-month-old Matthew Eappen, Judge Hiller Zobel reduced her sentence to time served on the grounds that “she was ‘a little rough with him,’ under circumstances where another, perhaps wiser, person would have sought to restrain the physical impulse.” Most recently, Marie Noe was given 20 years’ probation for killing eight infants. Would she have been given the same penalty for killing eight adults? Not likely.”
Laura Ciampa “INFANTICIDE: Children as Chattel” The American Feminist Volume 6, Number 4 Winter 1999-2000
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