Abortionist Talks About When the Baby Dies in a D&E abortion

17 weeks – possible age for D&E

“Sometimes during the D&E (dilation and evacuation) procedure, a part of the fetus protrudes from, or is pulled through the cervical os before the fetus is fully removed. Although in the vast majority of cases, there is fetal demise before this occurs, from the disruption occasioned by the suction and/or forceps, there could be rare instances where the fetus is ‘living’ within the meaning of the Act – whatever that meaning is – when part of the fetus is within the uterus and part is outside. …”

(comments from a court deposition)

Dr. Curtis Stover, abortionist, Little Rock, Arkansas

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Author: Sarah

Sarah is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians.

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