The FBI tracked down a 29-year-old woman last week in Georgia, and placed her under arrest. Today, Chalice Zeitner faces a hearing to decide whether she’ll be extradited to Arizona. That’s because back in 2010, Zeitner gave false evidence that she had cancer so that she could have an emergency late-term abortion – and it was paid for by AHCCS, the state’s version of Medicaid. Zeitner – who is also alleged to have claimed she was a military veteran and executed other fraudulent schemes – now faces felony charges of forgery, fraud, and theft. As for her abortion, ABC15 in Phoenix reports: Zeitner’s aborted child was born alive, weighing just more than one pound, documents state. The baby lived for approximately 20 minutes and received no life-saving measure by hospital staff. The 22 1/2-week-old infant was allowed to die, even though federal law protects babies who survive unsuccessful abortions.