You've said a lot of things before. Most of which make absolutely no sense.<quoted text>
What's different? Her injuries were his injuries. Without her injuries, baby'd be in utero and woman would be alive.[/quote]
The mother's injuries are not always the baby's injuries. There are numerous instances of babies being delivered prematurely to mothers who had suffered severe physical trauma or even death.....and surviving. They survived because they suffered no direct serious injury themselves as a result of the trauma to their mother, and because they were viable at the time of their premature delivery. This baby in Brooklyn died because it was not viable due to its prematurity...necessitated by the trauma to its mother.
[QUOTE]I've said it before, you guys draw the strangest distinctions. You make 'em where none exist and don't see 'em when they do. So odd.
This is no strange distinction. What's strange is that you would consider it to be strange.
You are strange.