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Car crash journalism

Car crash journalism

We've found a gem.

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July 30, 2009 3:00 by



During our lunch breaks, the Kipp team order in unhealthy food and peruse the internet for bizarre and highly entertaining story.

Here’s one of them, courtesy of the UK’s Daily Mail; it’s called Pregnant again, the mother whose 13 other babies were taken into care.

It’s about a pregnant woman who has already given birth to 13 children, but was forced to give them up to Child Protection Services. They claim she neglected her children, which she admits. But she also claims that she’s changed.

We feel terrible for the children, but it’s still an entertaining story.



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