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NY Cardiologist charged with criminally negligent homicide after having his pregnant mistress’ baby killed while he vacationed with his wife after – Dr Vignendra Ariyarajah ‘hired people to induce her early with fentanyl, endure labor lasting four days’ – cops

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New York doctor allegedly had his pregnant mistress’ baby killed while he vacationed with his wife
Harvard-trained cardiologist, Vignendra Ariyarajah, is accused of ‘hiring two people to induce Paul Marie Raymond early with fentanyl and then force her to go through labor for four days’
Ariyarajah was charged with criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter, and assault in death of Marie Raymond’s infant 
Though married himself, Ariyarajah reportedly flew into jealous rage after his mistress got pregnant by another man 
The doctor allegedly hired a woman and a male accomplice to trap 30-year-old Raymond in a Brooklyn home and torture her for days 
They starved her, gave her water through a syringe, and induced Raymond, who was seven-and-a-half months pregnant, with fentanyl and PCP to kill the baby
Marie Raymond was found with chemical burns and some of her fingernails were torn off, a lifeless baby with the umbilical cord still attached
The doctor was charged last month after one of his co-conspirators began cooperating with authorities 
Married NY area doctor Vignendra Ariyarajah has been accused of having his mistress’ baby killed after she became pregnant by another man.

A married Harvard-trained cardiologist has been accused of having his mistress’ baby killed after she became pregnant by another man.
Dr Vignendra Ariyarajah has been charged with criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter, and assault.
He allegedly hired two people, whose names have not been released, to trap his mistress Paul Marie Raymond, 30, in a Brooklyn home and torture her for days.

The co-conspirators, a man and a woman, allegedly starved Raymond and gave her water only through a syringe on Ariyarajah’s instructions.
Sources said they induced Raymond, who was seven-and-a-half months pregnant, with fentanyl and PCP in their efforts to kill the baby boy. Meanwhile, Ariyarajah and his wife were on a ski vacation in Montana, according to the New York Post.
Raymond  [left] suffered through a prolonged labor for four days before the baby was born alive on December 24, 2016.
The boy died hours later of an infection and lack of medical intervention, according to the autopsy report. The child tested positive for both fentanyl and PCP.
Authorities believe that Ariyarajah was in contact with his co-conspirators throughout the horrific ordeal and instructed them to administer the drugs.
He also allegedly told the pair not to give Raymond ‘any food and to only administer juice or water through a syringe’.

Ariyarajah has been charged with criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter, and assault.
He allegedly hired two people, whose names have not been released, to trap his mistress Paul Marie Raymond, 30, in a Brooklyn home and torture her for days On the night before her child died, Raymond briefly managed to flee the apartment.
But one of the co-conspirators followed her and forced her to return.
The next day they called 911 after realizing her condition was rapidly deteriorating. Ariyarajah allegedly forced them to cancel it, but the paramedics still showed up.

By that point Raymond had already given birth and the newborn baby boy was lying on the bed. His umbilical cord was still attached.
Raymond had chemical burns to her face and torn-off fingernails. There were also marks to her arms and legs suggesting she had been bound by a kind of rope or cord.
Ariyarajah was charged last month after one of his co-conspirators began cooperating with authorities.
Authorities said that Ariyarajah, who was born in Malayasia and completed a fellowship at Harvard, first met Raymond when she began working for him at a MedCare Consultant Multi-Specialty Clinic.

Political gadfly: The Harvard-trained cardiologist is seen [left], with New York Mayor, Bill de Blasio, in 2018

The co-conspirators, a man and a woman, allegedly starved Raymond and gave her water only through a syringe on Ariyarajah’s instructions.
Police sources said Ariyarajah and Raymond’s affair had started when Raymond worked for him at MedCare Consultant Multi-Specialty Clinic, which has offices in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
Ariyarajah supported his mistress financially but was very controlling. At one point, she left him and got pregnant by another man, whom the cardiologist reportedly pressured her to leave.

After Ariyarajah’s indictment, he was released on $750,000 bond and is set to appear in court Tuesday as part of a routine hearing, sources said.
Defense attorney, Matt Myers, insisted that Ahs client never had a romantic relationship with Raymond and is innocent.
“The case was taken to the grand jury in a slightly rushed fashion,” the lawyer said. “The doctor is an outstanding physician.”

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