Arizona Shocker!

Family Of Baby-Baring Coma Woman ‘Outraged’ As DNA Probe Begins

Abused patient in vegetative state for a decade!

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NatENQ Files

Police requested DNA samples from male employees at a Hacienda HealthCare facility in Phoenix, Ariz. after a woman — who has been in a coma for over 10 years — gave birth to a baby boy!

John A. Micheaels, a lawyer for the 29-year-old woman’s family, released a statement Jan. 8 describing them as “outraged, traumatized, and in shock by the abuse and neglect of their daughter.”

A member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, the woman has been described as having been in a persistent vegetative state since a near-drowning accident as a teenager.

Her name has not been released to The National ENQUIRER and other media outlets because she appears to be the victim of felony sexual abuse.


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She gave birth on Dec. 29, and the attorney’s statement assured that “the baby boy has been born into a loving family and will be well cared for.”

Also on Jan. 8, Hacienda HealthCare acknowledged via statement that it was cooperating with Phoenix investigators, who had served a search warrant to collect DNA samples from all men on the facility’s staff.

The day before, Hacienda CEO Bill Timmons (pictured) resigned, and the company’s board issued a statement saying that Hacienda “will accept nothing less than a full accounting of this absolutely horrifying situation.”

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