A woman in Italy decided that since her baby had a cleft palate, he needed to be aborted.
But oops. He survived the abortion.
He was wrapped in a sheet and stuck in a utility room.
Roughly 20 hours later, enter the hospital chaplain, who got wind of the aborted (but supposedly dead) baby and went to pray over the child's body. When he discovered that the baby wasn't as dead as he was supposed to be, he got immediate help for the little boy, who was transported to the NICU of another hospital, where he subsequently died.
Now there is an outcry and an investigation, and possible homicide charges.
Who did wrong here?
The mother, for failing to love her baby unconditionally?
The abortion doctor, for sticking a live baby in a closet to die?
The chaplain, and everybody else who got involved after he raised the alarm, for tramping on the mother's reproductive rights? Were their actions "simply to burden the original decision of the woman and the physician to induce labor and perform an abortion"?
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