Saturday, April 2, 2016

Bulletin: Sharon Seudat: Long Island; She has been charged with second-degree murder for allegedly suffocating her newborn girl after giving birth in her home. ........"Seudat's arrest came on the same day as another New York woman from Staten Island was indicted on charges of leaving her newborn to die in the trash outside her home. Nausheen Rahman, 28, pleaded not guilty to two counts of second-degree murder and one count of concealment of a human corpse. She is being held without bail." NBC News.


'A New York college student was arraigned Saturday on charges of second-degree murder for allegedly suffocating her newborn girl after giving birth in her Long Island home. Sharon Seudat, 20, appeared at First District Court in Hempstead, Long Island, and was ordered held on $1 million bond or $750,000 cash, Nassau County District Attorney spokesman Shams Tarek told NBC News. Judge Douglas D. Lerose also had Seudat turn over her passport, Tarek said. Her next court date is April 5. Edward L. Lieberman, Seudat's attorney, told NBC News in an email Saturday night "that this was a tragedy for all concerned" and that Seudat has her family's support.........Seudat's arrest came on the same day as another New York woman from Staten Island was indicted on charges of leaving her newborn to die in the trash outside her home. Nausheen Rahman, 28, pleaded not guilty to two counts of second-degree murder and one count of concealment of a human corpse. She is being held without bail. After giving birth inside her home, Rahman allegedly cut the umbilical cord of her baby daughter, who was still breathing, placed her in a plastic bag, and threw her in a garbage can outside her Staten Island residence on March 11, according to the Staten Island District Attorney's Office and a criminal complaint. Prosecutors said Rahman's parents later took her to Staten Island University Hospital - North for vaginal bleeding. At first, Rahman allegedly denied having a baby, but later admitted to giving birth and disposing of her daughter who was alive, prosecutors said.
http://www.nbcnews.com/news/asian-america/long-island-woman-charged-death-newborn-daughter-n549791