Also, she contacted national and local news outlets but had no takers. Then one night, she was able to see. Angela Ganote on Indianapolis’ Fox59 News. “HerBallard recalls thinking that it was.
Angela Ganote Explosive Investigation
Ganote proved to be the right choice, because she immediately started to investigate the group’s concerns about Cline. A Fox59 report from May 2015 doesn’t name the doctor or any of the siblings, but details how DNA test results confirmed that an Indianapolis woman was one of at least eight half-siblings who had found each other using 23andMe, and that their mothers had all visited the same clinic.
Fox59 was informed by three of the donors that they spoke to him and that he told them each donor is a medical student who can only donate to healthy pregnancies. The doctor had been unwilling to provide medical histories or any other information about the donors’ identifies, the siblings said.
Fox59 reported the following: Fox59 reached out to State Senator at that time Jim Merritt, someone from the state attorney general’s office finally contacted the siblings. Merritt, who retired in 2020, told Fox59 at the time that investigators were proceeding carefully because “there are a lot of issues at stake here. It’s not clear how many lives could be at risk here, and that’s the problem.