Radio Free Asia reports on wave of forced abortions in southwest China.
Posted by radiofreechina on April 25, 2007
HONG KONG—Authorities in China’s southwestern region of Guangxi have forced dozens of pregnant women to a hospital in Baise city to undergo abortions, some as late as nine months, the women and their relatives said….
“They injected me twice,” she told Mandarin service reporter Yan Ming. “It was very painful. They injected into the region of the baby’s head. I could feel the baby moving in my womb.”
“It twitched for about 20 minutes and then it didn’t move any more…There’s nothing I can do. I will just have to let this baby go,”Advertisements