I don't think we're dealing with outright murder here, and I don't think mike meant to imply that. However, Eve Levin did report in Sex and Society in the World of the Orthodox Slavs, 900-1700 that at least certain Orthodox in the past have blamed miscarriages on the Mother. For example:
"Another possible result of the parents' immorality was the loss of a child, whom the parents had shown themselves unworthy to have. A miscarriage had to have been the result of the woman's sinfulness. She was required to confess her sins and do penance. Service books included an extensive set of prayers for purification: 'Lord our God, who was born of the Ever-Virgin Mary, the Holy Mother of God, and who lay as a baby in a cradle: Today, out of your great clemency, have mercy on this your servant N., who has fallen into sin and willful murder, and aborted that which was conceived within her. Forgive her her willful and unwilling sins, and preserve her from all Satan's deceptions. Purify her of obscenity and heal her sickness... for we are born in sin and lawlessness, and we are all defiled before you.'" (p. 67)
"Even a spontaneous miscarriage was sinful, and carried a penance of a year's exclusion from communion." (p. 176)
Having had a wife who had a miscarriage, and gone through that painful experience, I found this idea particularly hard to swallow.