A Georgia man was sentenced to 50 years in prison after he pulled one sick stunt with his baby’s breastmilk

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A man in South Fulton, Georgia tried to convince his baby’s mother to have an abortion.

He decided to take matters into his own hands after she refused to have the abortion and instead chose life.

And a Georgia man was sentenced to 50 years in prison after he pulled one sick stunt with his baby’s breastmilk.

Fulton County, Georgia has been in the national news over the past several months after District Attorney Fani Willis indicted Donald Trump on criminal charges for contesting the results of the 2020 election.

Willis became the center of attention after her conduct almost caused the case against Donald Trump to be thrown out before it even started.

Willis hired her lover, Nathan Wade, as special prosecutor on the case even though he had zero experience on any case above misdemeanor charges.

Wade allegedly used the money he earned as special prosecutor to pay for lavish vacations for the couple.

Now Fulton County is back in the news, but this time it isn’t because of Willis’ shady and corrupt behavior.

Fulton County resident Curtis Jack had been in an “intimate relationship” with his baby’s mother since January of 2020, and attempted to convince her to have an abortion when she turned up pregnant.

But the mother refused and instead chose to have the child.

That’s when Curtis Jack concocted one sick plan to try and avoid the responsibility of being a father.

Jack and the woman worked at the same company and had been in an “intimate relationship” since January of 2020.

According to the South Fulton police, “Jack picked up bottles of breastmilk from the mother of his child, who was hospitalized after giving birth to their daughter on September 24, 2020.”

Jack delivered the bottles of breastmilk to the woman’s other daughter and went about his way.

The child was only 18 days old at the time he delivered the milk.

However, within 24 hours, the child fell sick and extremely ill.

After the daughter suspected that the child had been poisoned, she took the baby to a nearby children’s hospital where she tested positive for “a chemical often found in automotive antifreeze.”

Jack confessed to attempting to kill the baby by adding antifreeze to the breast milk.

“During the trial, the State presented testimonies from the child’s mother, grandmother, law enforcement officers, and medical experts, including a demonstration of how easy it was to poison the breast milk,” the South Fulton Police Department reported.

Jack was found guilty on all counts and sentenced to 50 years in prison with 40 years in custody.

Fani Willis served as the District Attorney who filed the charges against Jack.

In its report, the South Fulton Police Department thanked Fani Willis for “obtaining justice for the victim and her mother.”

Fortunately, the child didn’t suffer fatal injuries and survived the attempted poisoning.

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