Here is a case that perfectly illustrates the wickedness of our social systems today.
It's not hard to see there are major problems, but which one should we focus on? There are bribes, threats, child abandonment, contract killers, kidnapping, child-trafficking, and it's all going down in Connecticut and Michigan. The number of people involved is mind-boggling. Oh, and it's all perfectly legal.
Woman A gave up some of her eggs.
Woman B and Man C purchased those eggs and paid Doctor D to fertilize them with Man C's sperm, creating babies E, F and G at least.
Woman B and Man C found needy Woman H through facilitator I, and offered to pay for her medical expenses if she got pregnant with baby E. A contract was drawn up by lawyer J, with some additional conditions and incentives. The contract stated that needy woman H is obligated to sell baby girl E to Woman B and Man C for $22,000 when baby girl E gets older. Needy Woman H must also pay doctor K to kill baby girl E if she isn't "normal" when she is older.
Needy woman H becomes baby girl E's mother, and later it is discovered that baby girl E isn't normal. Needy woman H refuses to allow doctor K to kill her daughter, baby girl E. Woman B and man C sweeten the deal by offering $10,000 to needy woman H if she will get doctor K to kill the baby, but she refuses.
Are you confused yet? It only gets more confusing.
But let's just stop here and point out the obvious. What we have here is a baby factory. International law prevents babies from being bought and sold across international lines. Baby factories are officially frowned upon in polite company. But if you've got the green, for a cool $100,000 you can buy a genetically customized baby right here in the good old US of A.
May God have mercy on little baby girl S.