Story highlightsFemale fetus didn’t exhibit “any signs of life outside of the womb,” county coroner says”Therefore the circumstance is not being considered a live birth,” coroner addsDynel Lane is held on $2 million bond in an attack on a seven-months pregnant womanDynel Lane, 34, a former nurse’s aide arrested in an attack on a pregnant woman in Colorado, has been charged with criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree, unlawful termination of pregnancy, and seven other counts for allegedly cutting the fetus from the womb of Michelle Wilkins, 26, Boulder County District Attorney Stanley L. Garnett said Friday. He noted how the coroner found that the fetus didn’t show any signs of life outside the womb, and authorities don’t yet know the exact cause of death for the fetus. Wilkins, who was seven months pregnant, survived the attack.”She could get a long sentence and very well could die in prison,” the prosecutor said, adding he couldn’t immediately calculate the maximum number of years that Lane faces if convicted of all counts.[Previous story, posted at 1:07 p.m. ET]The fetus cut from the womb of a Colorado woman responding to a Craigslist ad this month wasn’t alive on its own outside the mother’s body, the Boulder County Coroner’s Office said Friday.The female fetus didn’t exhibit “any signs of life outside of the womb, therefore the circumstance is not being considered a live birth,” Coroner Emma R. Hall said in a statement.The finding comes a day after prosecutors said that the suspected assailant, Dynel Lane, 34, a former nurse’s aide, won’t face a murder charge for allegedly cutting and removing the fetus from Michelle Wilkins, 26, who was seven months pregnant.Lane is still being held on a $2 million bond.The assault occurred March 18 when Wilkins went to a home in Longmont, Colorado, to buy baby clothes advertised for sale on Craigslist.Wilkins was released from the hospital Thursday, relatives said.The coroner’s office performed an autopsy on the fetus and said Wilkins was 34 weeks pregnant.”An autopsy has been completed,” Hall said. “At this time neither the autopsy or … – Click Here To Visit Article Source