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Fake News - NYPD Officer Kills Baby Following Breastfeeding Argument

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NYPD Officer Kills Baby Following Breastfeeding Argument

A woman's baby was killed when a NYPD officer attempted to arrest her following a argument over public breastfeeding

Suzanne Smith, Layla’s mother, had been sitting on a bench in Queens waiting for the bus when Layla began to insistently cry. Knowing that her baby was hungry Ms. Smith began to breastfeed her daughter.

Witnesses at the scene report that she was then approached by a NYPD Officer, later identified as Michael Fitzsimmons, who requested that she stop feeding the baby in public as it was “indecent”...

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