Sunday, February 10, 2008

Searches: A motley assortment

  • Mortality anesthesia after abortion: Here are the 30 anesthsia deaths I've found. There are no doubt more.

  • Down syndrome abortion: The idea that life with Down syndrome wasn't worth living cost Linda Boom her life as well as her baby's life. Christin Gilbert (pictured), on the other hand, was most likely subjected to an abortion because she herself had Down syndrome. She, like Linda, ended up as dead as her baby. Then there is the Italian woman who ended up with two dead babies because she was willing to gamble her "normal" child's life in order to eliminate the one with Down syndrome. But she only jumped on the bandwagon: Three genetically ordinary babies are killed for every one with Down syndrome we weed out. Evidently these kids are such a horror that it's worth killing any number of "normal" kids, just to exterminate them.

  • Abortion survivors

  • Barbara Lofrumento died in 1962 when her parents arranged for Dr. Harvey Lothringer to do a "back-alley abortion" on her. (Note: back-alley indicates the clandestine way the woman is brought to the doctor's office, not the location where the abortion was performed. Lothringer killed Barbara in the same office where he'd perform legitimate medical care.)

  • 1913 abortion. The only death I have for 1913 is Emily Nohavec, who had an abortion performed by a midwife.

  • There were several searches pertaining to abortions and fetuses of 20 weeks. Here is my roundup of relevant information.

  • "Self induced miscarriage". I like the denial there. Sweetie, if it's self-induced, it's an abortion, not a miscarriage. Re-naming it doesn't change the reality of deliberately killing the baby. These mis-named "miscarriages" are embraced by some women as natural and safe and gentle. They're also how Kris Humphrey and Penny Roe ended up killing themselves.

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