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Sister of teen in brutal forced abortion testifies under immunity in Dallas


Sister of teen in brutal forced abortion testifies under immunity in Dallas
mySanAntonio.com

In 2015, a grand jury in Dallas County indicted Lonnell McDonald, 28, Cecila McDonald, 27, Cedric Jones, 28, and Sharon Lee Jones, 46, in the forced abortion and were each charged with engaging in organized crime for taking part in beating the girl, eight months pregnant at the time, according to Dallas County Jail records.The girl, 14-years-old at the time of the beating, had allegedly been raped by her brother Robert Joseph Cayald, 22, who was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual assault. RELATED: Police: Texas man posed as massage therapist to sexually assault womenAn arrest affidavit said the family had learned that the girl was pregnant in 2013 and gave her multiple doses of emergency contraception and birth control pills to abort the baby, NBC DFW reported.When that failed, the suspects allegedly beat her for six hours straight to abort the child, the news station reported.

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