Dalyce Raine stays home most days and cries.
She knows strangers blame her for the death of her son.
She has read the posts and messages on social media, has heard the hateful things people say when she dares go out in public.
"I was in the city and on a bus and got called a baby killer," she said in an interview this week. "It hurts me. I don’t want to go nowhere." This is Dalyce’s favourite photo with her son, Anthony. (Dalyce Raine/Facebook) Two months ago, Raine, 19, laid her toddler in a small, baby-blue casket and buried him in a cemetery in her home community on the Louis Bull First Nation in Maskwacis, south of Edmonton.Anthony Raine was 19 months old when his body was committed to the ground.He was found dead on April 21, wrapped in a blanket outside a church in Edmonton. An autopsy showed he died […]
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