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Moment dad discovers ‘wife faked pregnancy and death of twins’ as he finds DOLLS wrapped in cloth at their ‘funeral’

THIS is the astonishing moment a dad claims he found DOLLS wrapped in cloth at a funeral after his wife faked her pregnancy and the death of their twins.

The bizarre story has emerged from Russia, where cops and city officials are trying to unravel how the man was duped.

It's claimed the two dolls were switched for the funeral in Russia

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It’s claimed the two dolls were switched for the funeral in RussiaCredit: VK.com
Two dolls were found wrapped in white cloth

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Two dolls were found wrapped in white clothCredit: VK.com
Mourners at the 'funeral' of the two newborns - who never existed in the first place

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Mourners at the ‘funeral’ of the two newborns – who never existed in the first placeCredit: VK.com

Daud Daudov, 33, believed that his sons could be “alive” and victims of a baby-selling or adoption racket.

He said in a video: “I opened the shroud of the first baby and saw there were no eyes.

“I began to open the face of the second one. The same – this was a doll.”

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Congressional report finds ‘high levels of toxic heavy metals’ in tested baby foods

(NEXSTAR) – A host of top baby foods are contaminated with heavy metals, a new congressional report found.

The House Committee on Oversight and Reform conducted the study, finding “high levels of toxic heavy metals” in certain baby foods, including arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury.

The report references a 2019 study that found 95% of baby foods tested contain toxic chemicals, including lead and arsenic.

Four companies, including Nurture, Beech-Nut, Hain and Gerber, responded to the committee’s request for information. Walmart, Campbell and Sprout Organic Foods refused to cooperate.

Exposure to heavy metals can cause “permanent decreases in IQ, diminished future economic productivity and increased risk of future criminal and antisocial behavior in children,” according to the report. Toxic heavy metals also endanger infant neurological development and

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Congressional report finds toxic heavy metals in some baby food

U.S. congressional investigators found that some baby foods contained dangerous levels of heavy metals that could “endanger infant neurological development and long-term brain function,” according to a report released Thursday by the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy.

Led by Democratic Chairman Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, the committee’s investigation found that top baby foods carried dangerous levels of inorganic arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury.

“Baby food manufacturers hold a special position of public trust. But consumers mistakenly believe that these companies would not sell unsafe products. The Subcommittee’s staff report found that these manufacturers knowingly sell baby food containing high levels of toxic heavy metals,” Krishnamoorthi wrote in a statement.

The panel

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New Government Report Finds Dangerous Toxins Lurking Inside Baby Foods of Major Manufacturers

WASHINGTON, DC (WAGM) -A DISTURBING NEW GOVERNMENT REPORT OUT THIS MORNING SAYS BABY FOOD FROM SOME OF THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IS “TAINTED” WITH TOXIC HEAVY METALS. THE REPORT FROM A U-S HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE LOOKS AT SEVERAL COMPANIES’ OWN INTERNAL DOCUMENTS. IT SAYS THOSE BABY FOODS HAVE “SIGNIFICANT LEVELS” OF SUBSTANCES, INCLUDING LEAD, ARSENIC, CADMIUM, AND MERCURY. THE METALS CAN BE ESPECIALLY DANGEROUS TO BABIES AND TODDLERS’ BRAIN DEVELOPMENT. CONSUMER INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER ANNA WERNER IS FOLLOWING THIS.



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CARRIE KERNER OF WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT, HAD HER FIRST CHILD CHLOE A YEAR AGO – AND EVER SINCE, SHE’S BEEN PAYING CLOSE ATTENTION TO WHAT’S IN CHLOE’S BABY FOOD.

(SOT – CARRIE KERNER)

I just looked for ingredients, if there was any added preservatives, or sweeteners or added sugars, I wouldn’t buy it, so I basically just wanted to get organic.

BUT ONE THING SHE

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