Local attorney says Homer G. Phillips Hospital was selling babies

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – We're hearing some of the strongest accusations yet concerning alleged baby stealing and selling at a former St. Louis city hospital. FOX 2`s Roche Madden talked with an attorney about what he`s discover.

It`s a story that has attracted attention from around the world.

It started when gospel singer Zella price of Olivette was reunited with her 50-year-old daughter. Price was told her daughter died at birth at Homer G. Phillips Hospital.

Since that reunion, scores of women have come forward saying a similar thing happened to them.

Al Watkins, who is Price`s attorney has been looking into the matter at the hospital and this evening he spells out what he says he`s found so far.

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