Alabama columnist shares why a pregnant woman shot in the stomach was indicted for her baby’s death

FILE - This file photo provided by Jefferson County Sheriff's Office shows Marshae Jones. Lawyers defending Jones, who was arrested last week after a grand jury issued an indictment saying she intentionally caused the death of her fetus by initiating a fight while five-months pregnant, said Monday, July 1, 2019, the charges are "completely unreasonable and unjust" and should be dismissed. (Jefferson County Sheriff's Office via AP, File) Faith, Culture & Politics Columnist Dana Hall McCain joins John Williams to explain why a pregnant woman is being indicted in the death of her unborn baby, after being shot in the stomach. Dana shares why a prosecution has yet to be announced against Jones.


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