Sickening. Just sickening.
She was 22 weeks into her pregnancy.
An Arizona woman accused of faking a cancer diagnosis to get the state to pay for her late-term abortion was convicted of fraud and other charges Monday.
Maricopa County Superior Court officials said jurors found Chalice Renee Zeitner guilty of all 11 counts against her. The aggravation phase of her trial was scheduled to begin Monday afternoon.
Zeitner, 30, was tried on charges including fraudulent schemes, theft, forgery and identity theft.
She was accused of presenting falsified medical records to support her claim that she had cancer and telling an obstetrician that her pregnancy put her life in danger.
Investigators say the scheme was discovered a year after the 2010 abortion.