Colorado woman indicted in alleged scheme to sell 3 human fetuses over the internet

A Colorado woman is suspected of trying to sell three human fetuses and a fetal skeleton online. She advertised they were from a "University Lab Collection." That University has been identified as Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. (Melanie Standiford News 2).
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Canon City, Colorado A Colorado woman is suspected of trying to sell three human fetuses and a fetal skeleton online. One Nebraska University confirms a connection. Federal officials and the Creighton University in Omaha confirms the stillborn babies came from Creighton's Anatomy department..

The fetus' are nearly 100 years old. Officials at Creighton saying they were donated to the University between 1920 and 1930.

38-year-old Emily Suzanne Cain pleaded not guilty to charges Tuesday before appearing in San Francisco Federal Court Wednesday. Authorities say Cain tried to mail a package in Canon City, Colorado to an address in the United Kingdom, October 2018. Investigators say Cain posted on Facebook she acquired the fetuses from a University Lab Collection and was selling them for $20,000. Creighton University officials say they are cooperating with authorities.