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AmericanWolf November 23rd, 2017 2:11pm

It is possible, albeit rare, for a late-term abortion to "fail" and leave a viable fetus. If an individual survives an abortion attempt and suffers lasting health problems, should they be able to bring charges against either the doctor or the mother?

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ozzy
11/26/17 9:57 am

It actually happens. They are called “abortion survivors”. Weird.

catpillow Florida West Coast
11/23/17 12:40 pm

What an awful thought. I hope that never really happens.

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catpillow Florida West Coast
11/23/17 12:44 pm

OMG I just read your link. That poor woman!

Hogoke Constitution
11/23/17 9:48 am

Not only that but the baby should be taken away from that mother. Obviously she isn't responsible

xtarite
11/23/17 9:10 am

That “fetus” is a human being. Why must you refer to him/her as a thing? Guess you have to keep your conscious clear somehow.

ZaQ777 Pittsburgh
11/23/17 8:59 am

This shouldn't be a thing that ever comes up. "If at first you don't succeed, try again."

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xtarite
11/23/17 9:09 am

🔪🔪murder

lj74
11/23/17 8:41 am

Why not?! There is case law that treats the fetus as an individual, which actually allows DA’s to charge someone with murder if they kill the fetus.

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MrsCrayonWax
11/23/17 7:38 am

Are these types of abortions even happening anymore? I’d think there should be some sort of compensation for these poor souls and it’s a strong indication on why abortions past the first trimester for any other reason other than some sort of a threat of life of mother, should not be legal.

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AmericanWolf For the Benefit of All
11/23/17 7:14 am

For example, see Gianna Jessen, who was born alive after a failed saline abortion.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gianna_Jessen

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