United States/Ukraine - Theresa Erickson, Hilary Neiman case

Erickson and Neiman created an inventory of unborn babies by finding women who would travel to Ukraine to have embryos from unknown donors implanted, according to the FBI. If the pregnancy lasted until the second trimester, the attorneys would offer the babies to prospective parents by falsely representing that the unborn babies were the result of legitimate surrogacy arrangements, but that the intended parents had backed out.
Date: 2011-03-01
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Poway, California
United States
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Attorney voices regret at being part of 'baby-selling' conspiracy2011-08-10
Babies 'sold for $150,000' in California2011-08-12
Baby-Selling Enterprise Busted, Three Plead Guilty2011-08-10
How socialite brought down black-market baby brokers2011-08-16
Lawyer in baby-selling case had high profile2011-08-10
Lawyer pleads guilty for part in baby-selling ring2011-08-11
Rockville adoption lawyer pleads guilty in baby-selling ring2011-08-17
Rockville attorney, who lives in Chevy Chase, pleads guilty in baby-selling conspiracy2011-08-17
San Diego attorney pleads guilty in 'baby-selling ring'2011-08-09
Scam targeted surrogates as well as couples2011-08-15
Socialite who paid $180,000 for her son helps FBI break black-market baby-selling ring2011-08-16
Surrogacy Scandal Raises Question About Regulation2011-08-11
Surrogate Mother 'Tricked' Into Pregnancy2011-08-12
USA v Theresa Erickson2011-00-00
Women hired to bear babies for US couples2000-06-03


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