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February 7th, 2009, 03:40 PM
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http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/02/06/flo...ion/index.html

Is it enough? Is it too harsh on him since he wasn't there? What are your thoughts?

how can the mother file suit for "witnessing the death of her daughter" when she went there to have an abortion?
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February 7th, 2009, 06:44 PM
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Well yes she went there to have an abortion but she didn't have one. she ended up giving liuve birth and her child was stuffed into a plastic bag and killed. It doesn't matter she was going in to have an abortion what they did was wrong and she has every right so sure them for doing that in front of her. No i take that back doing it PERIOD. And the doctor may not have been present but it states that he "falsified medical records, inappropriately delegated tasks to unlicensed personnel and committed malpractice" which obviously is illegal regardless of whether he was actually in the room or not.
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February 9th, 2009, 10:44 PM
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While I am relieved that this "doctor" was stripped of his license, I think it highlights the complete inadequacy of our abortion laws. What changed fundamentally when that baby exited the birth canal, that caused the act to go from legal, and championed, to illegal, and maligned? That baby had the same lungs, the same vessels, the same semi-translucent skin, the same eyelids, and lashes, the same fingernails, and toenails, the same wrinkles, before he/she exited the womb. Why was it okay for the mother to sanction its murder as long as it was encased in amniotic fluid, but a 4 inch exit through the birth canal suddenly removes that right? Ugh, this story has made me so upset, so disappointed, so downright angry. I don't think that woman has ANY standing to sue anyone. She got what she asked for. A dead baby. Why does she care if it was killed in utero, or immediately after delivery? I'm willing to bet she doesn't, it's just a fast track for some quick cash. Disgusting.
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February 12th, 2009, 04:35 PM
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I'm sort of torn and upset about this. I hadn't actually heard about it. 23 weeks is TOO late for an abortion in the first place.

Yes the doctor deserves to be charged, as he did commit crimes, even if he wasn't present for the actual birth. I also think that everyone in the ward at the time involved should be charged.

Does the woman have the right to sue... maybe. If I went in for an abortion and they told me that I was going to give birth and they'd kill it I'd be like "Um, no". The entire thing went wrong because it was botched from start to finish. she should never have seen the baby, and therefore would not have witness the infant struggling to breathe. So I'm torn on this one... yes she went in for an abortion, but what happened should have happened in a way where she would be less traumatized. So I'm going with I don't know.
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February 13th, 2009, 07:29 AM
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I would argue that perhaps if we gave more women REAL information about what happens in an abortion, and forced them to watch a video of the procedure, INCLUDING what the innocent baby looks like after, the would truly understand what they're about to do, and maybe being "traumatized" like that would help save that babies life. If we're going to offer abortions, women should have to truly understand what they're asking for, rather than just thinking "I'll take care of it, no big deal."
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February 13th, 2009, 12:47 PM
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I would argue that perhaps if we gave more women REAL information about what happens in an abortion, and forced them to watch a video of the procedure, INCLUDING what the innocent baby looks like after, the would truly understand what they're about to do, and maybe being "traumatized" like that would help save that babies life. If we're going to offer abortions, women should have to truly understand what they're asking for, rather than just thinking "I'll take care of it, no big deal."[/b]

I'd see the videos, the prodecure, the photos and still chose to terminate a pregnancy that I was adivsed was going to be problematic and the baby most likely not survive. I now know they would never have survivied, but I still made the decision to act when I did vs have a stillbirth later. So yes I've suffered two losses, I've had an medical abortion and a miscarriage... both losses, both very sad, both contained much wanted babies. Had I found out after 12 weeks that there was a problem with my boys then my decision would have been different.

What needs to happen is better regulation over abortion in general. I do not see why 12 weeks can't be a cut off EVERYWHERE, it is definitely MUCH LESS traumatic. I understand some people don't find out until later, but that's tough. People should be paying attention to their bodies! I have friends who had periods until 7 months, but they knew deep down something was wrong and just never saw a doctor... but they knew something was off. By the time a baby can breathe it's too late.
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March 10th, 2009, 07:39 PM
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I think he should rot in hell but she could have stopped it. After seeing that baby alive she could have done something. Maybe it would have been pointless but unless she tried to stop that doctor then she's too blame also.
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