Report: Chinese woman forcibly aborted at seven months (warning: extremely graphic)
June 12, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - According to the China-based human rights organization 64Tianwang, a Chinese woman was forcibly aborted at seven months of pregnancy on June 3, 2012. 64Tiangwang’s report was accompanied by a graphic photograph of the alleged victim of the abortion on a hospital bed, with her dead child next to her.
The human rights group claims the woman, Feng Jianmei, was beaten and dragged into a vehicle by a group of Family Planning Officials while her husband, Deng Jiyuan, was out working.
The officials asked for RMB 40,000 in fines from Feng Jianmei’s family. When they did not receive the money, the officials forcibly aborted Feng at seven months, laying the body of her aborted baby next to her in the bed.
64Tiangwang said Feng is under medical treatment in Ankang City, Zhenpin County, Zengjia Town, Yupin village.
“This is an outrage,” said Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. “No legitimate government would commit or tolerate such an act. Those who are responsible should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity. WRWF calls on the United States government and the leaders of the free world to strongly condemn forced abortion and all coercive family planning in China.”
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While the report has not been independently verified, 64Tiangwang’s claims are consistent with numerous other reports coming out of China about the brutal methods the country uses to enforce its one-child policy.
Another Chinese woman, Cao Ruyi, currently stands in danger of a forced abortion in Hunan province. After news of her story broke in Western media this week, Cao Ruyi has been released from hospital, but family planning officials are reportedly demanding an additional payment of US $25,000 for Cao to continue her pregnancy, on top of the $1500 already paid.
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