“Dumpster baby” and cop reunion
Life began to be cheapened when we no longer said it was life. Man arrogantly decided he could choose who lived and who died.
We decided innocent babies had no voice, but those who would rape them deserved tolerance, and must be welcomed to our country at our expense.
Somehow the atrocity of infant sacrifices of the ancient South American cultures seems right at home in America huh?
Twenty-five years ago, Santa Ana officer Michael Buelna heard sounds coming from behind a dumpster. That’s when he found a tiny four-hour old baby, with the umbilical cord still attached.
Robin Barto (the baby) went on to be adopted, and hoped for the day when he would get to meet the many who saved him from being thrown out like so much trash.
“He still had all the mucus and stuff and all the trash and gravel was sticking to him,” Buelna told ABC. “I tried to give him a tiny little bit of breath and he reacted a little bit.”
Retired Police Officer Michael Buelna embraces Robin Barton, who he saved 25 years ago by pulling him out of dumpster.
Michael Buelna was responding to a call in 1989 when he found a newborn next to a dumpster. 25 years later the baby, now named Robin Barton, meets the officer who saved him. Officer Michael Buelna was responding to a call in 1989 when he found a newborn next to a dumpster.
The two embraced during a recent emotional reunion organized by Barto’s adopted parents, Elizabeth Barton and Daniel Fernandez, according to the news station.
“I had the opportunity to shake his hand and look in his eyes and say, ‘Thank you for saving his life,'” Daniel Fernandez said.