Mom refuses to take home infant that Memphis hospital says is hers after baby switch

May 1998
Jet;05/04/98, Vol. 93 Issue 23, p8
Reports that LaDonna Harris refused to take home an infant which The Regional Medical Center in Memphis, Tennessee says is hers, and Harris says that her baby is with another mother who the hospital says the child belongs to. Identification of the other mother; What the hospital claimed took place; Comments made by Harris during an interview with Lisa McRee, co-anchor of television show `Good Morning America.'


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