Thursday, February 23, 2006

Searches: Nichole Williams, RU-486 in Louisville, abortion teas, and illegal abortions

Nichole Williams
is the most recent woman to die after abortion by National Abortion Federation member Robert Dale Crist. Crist was also responsible for the deaths of Diane Boyd and Latachie Veal.

I'd not recommend that the searcher who is looking for Louisville, KY, clinics that perform RU-486 abortions actually go there. The only abortionists I can find in Lousiville, KY, is NAF member EMW Women's Surgical Center. Their security guard turned out to be a rapist. And EMW's abortionist botched an abortion on a 16-year-old Indiana girl that Planned Parenthood brought across state lines to evade parental consent laws.

I'd also recommend that the person looking for home abortion tea remedies not proceed, lest she end up like Kris Humphrey, who thought her herbal abortion tea must be safe because it was "natural." Not to mention, the baby's just as dead, no matter what method you use to end its life. Click on one of the many pregnancy help sites in my sidebar instead. Or call The Nurturing Network, 1-800-TNN-4-MOM.

And the search for illegal abortion deaths should take you to the pages where I've broken down fatal illegal abortions into those done by doctors, those done by paramedical staff, those done by amateurs, and those done by the woman herself.

For more abortion deaths, visit the Cemetery of Choice:

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Anonymous said...

It deeply saddens me to know that there are women out there with so much grief that they are unsupportive of womens rights, what is this 1912? It is a rather simple state, if you are against abortion...Don't have one! But do not try to take away the rights of othere women, or ladden them with your guilt and religious trips. Abortion has been with societies for centuries. It has only been since patriarchal times that women have had to fight for their body's rights. If a woman cannot afford an abortion, how do you expect her to afford to stay home and breast feed her child? Welfare? If you cannot trust a woman with a choice, how can you trust her with a baby. Also, for all the spiritual, right wingers (who, I am sure are not big supporters of welfare)it is a wide spiritual belief that the spirit does not enter the body until 'birth', not conception. So, I'll say it again, if you are against abortion, don't have one, but do not take the right to choose away from other sisters.

Christina Dunigan said...

Anon, congratulations! You managed to include every trite, ill-thought-out, knee-jerk argument in favor of treating women and children as if they're mortal enemies. Now would you care to put forth just one coherent argument that holds water?