Friday, April 21, 2006

More slipshod news coverage of Christin Gilbert's death

Abortion Death Investigation

I wrote and asked:
Why is nobody asking the obvious questions about Christin Gilbert's death?

1. Christin's autopsy report showed that aside than the infection that killed her, she was in otherwise good health. What was the alleged health problem that justified performing a late-term abortion four weeks past fetal viability?

2. If Christin did have some health problem that required that her pregnancy be ended, why drive her all the way to Kansas for a three-day outpatient procedure where she spent most of her time in a motel with only her parents caring for her? Any number of hospitals in Texas could have safely ended Christin's pregnancy with a routine c-section within an hour. What health problem could possibly have been severe enough that the pregnancy needed to be ended, but not be severe enough to warrant medical supervision?

Christina Dunigan

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