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Atlanta, GA – Sandra Ramirez, 29, and Jesus Valenti, 26, were about to become parents. Last Sunday, the blessed moment arrived. Somewhere along the line, something went dreadfully wrong. Just how wrong it went will not be known until tests are conducted… tests on the baby’s body… the body that police discovered in the dumpster behind an Atlanta apartment building. Sunday night Sandra was taken to the ER because she “didn’t feel well”. She also had some unusual bleeding going on. The staff determined that she had recently given birth. With no baby accounted for, the staff called the police. Initially, Sandra and Jesus were uncooperative. After a time, the cops were told she had given birth to a stillborn baby and buried it. Later she led the authorities to the baby in the dumpster. I’m not sure “under a bunch of garbage” counts as “buried” but it must have to Sandra.

I get that there may be some situation that lead them to not seek medical care and unable to afford proper funeral expenses. At the same time, I can’t help but notice that they did seek medical care when it was Sandra who needed it and I doubt they would have left her for the trash-man if she had passed her expiration date. Sandra Ramirez and Jesus Valenti have been charged with abandonment of a dead body. After the autopsy and tests are done, there may be more charges.

Jesus Valenti and Sandra Ramirez

Jesus Valenti and Sandra Ramirez

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  • Jury

    Sad faces only cause they got caught!

  • VelvetGlove

    I am in the Atlanta area and have seen the coverage of this story on the news. Sadly, it happens all too often here. I just don’t understand this–okay, maybe you can’t afford to go the hospital so you opt for a home birth…something goes wrong (maybe, but we’ll wait on autopsy confirmation), but who the hell puts their baby in a dumpster? A DUMPSTER!!! As if it’s a piece of trash! That makes them assholes in my book, whether the baby died from natural causes or not.

  • http://twitter.com/digitaltempest Digital Tempest

    This is making my head hurt. I can’t even wrap my mind around this one, especially if the baby WAS in fact stillborn.

  • http://myspace.com/tricia381 Tricia

    I doubt it was stillborn. Why go through all that to try and cover up a birth if it were in fact stillborn? Call the police and make a report of it. Dont clean up evidence, hide the body in a DUMPSTER, and then take yourself to the dr. She should have stayed home and bled out. Bitch.

  • Boughtthefarm

    I agree Tricia….and are people really so stupid to think that doctors and nurses at an ER won’t be able to tell when a woman has recently given birth??

  • valannb22

    Sounds like a bunch of BS to me. If you’re too poor to afford pre-natal care won’t the state pay for it? If the baby was stillborn, I believe that most funeral homes will do a funeral for free. I have a cousin who gave birth to a stillborn son at 5 months and the funeral home donated all the services.

  • NotSurprised

    I think Atlanta needs to press the issue of Safe Haven cradles in their emergency rooms. No one’s going to ask questions. Squeeze the little sucker out and toss him in the cradle on the way into the ER to get your percocet for the pain. Seriously, no one REALLY wants you to care for the child anyway. Let a loving family have the chance to give it all the things it needs… like air.