Parents in Loganville, GA, were appalled to discover tiny, lifelike dolls resembling 12-week-old fetuses in their children's holiday stashes. The dolls were distributed to children who attended the community's annual Halloween event by Joshua Edmonds, a minister and pro-life activist.
Although Edmonds insists he only gave the dolls to kids whose parents had granted him permission, Loganville resident John Ramsey begs to differ. He told WBTV that even in this largely pro-life community, many parents found Edmonds' "treats" to be an inappropriate and unwelcome surprise: "Almost everyone I've talked to is pro-life, but they just don't think this is the proper venue to stage something like that."
What would you do if someone gave your child a fetus doll?