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Parents sold their newborn son for pick-up
12:04 01.08.2012
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Police arrested 30-year-old woman and her husband. They are accused of selling theis own son. According to police, Floridian women and her husband, Jamiee Brown, sold their son, in the short term after his born.

They are accused of trafficking participated and facing up to 20 years in jail.

His mother, Heather kaminski denies guilt, she said, the police have the wrong information. "Look guys write a birth certificate? Jeremy Brown has it. How I sold baby, when he has a birth certificate, "- she told Police officers.

However, police officials said that his arguments are groundless. They found that kaminskim sold so far had two children.

According to police, parents sol child for pick-up model.

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