From Newsday. Everone is reporting the same thing.<quoted text>
Since there was no autopsy, there will be no ME testimony.
The court will rely on what the hospital tell's them happened, just as the family spokesperson did.
But please, feel free to keep ignoring the FACT that at 7 months gestation, a birth is NOT considered "extreme prematurity".
Obviously they were mistaken, if they even made the statement at all. Its not like "news" hasn't made up sound bites before just to have something to say.
Your claim of a 5.5 month old birth would be "extreme prematurity".
Separately, the Brooklyn Orthodox community where the Glaubers are from is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to Acevedo's arrest. The Glaubers' premature son was delivered by cesarean section shortly after the early Sunday morning hit and run but died a day later of "extreme prematurity," according to the city medical examiner's office.