I suspect she wanted this baby and died for it ping.
Leftist Journalists have no qualms about making up stories out of whole cloth.
Journalists get a nut when they see their names at the top as the author. Whether or not their story is worthy of reporting-— matters not.
"Jane Roe" (of Roe v Wade) was a lie too. A helpless pawn used by a couple of extreme feminist ideologues. Norma McCorvey ('Jane Roe') is now 100% pro-life.
The Catholic Bashing continues on. Who is surprised - satan is alive and well on this planet. Pitiful those who join his side.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In a radio interview on Ireland’s “Coleman at Large”*, Irish Times reporter Kitty Holland confessed that the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar may not have been influenced by Ireland’s abortion laws.
Holland, the daughter of two noted abortion activists according to savitatruth.com, confirmed that the hospital record does not show any request for an abortion.
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Personhood USA: Irish Times reporter admits there is no abortion request from Savita on hospital record
“It is shameful that the small faction of abortion fanatics in Ireland have tried to exploit the tragic deaths of Savita and her child to further their cause,” stated Josh Craddock, Personhood USA’s United Nations Liaison. “The damage by the Irish Times article by Kitty Holland has been done, and there are dire consequences the extremist abortion groups of Ireland are now pushing legislation for unrestricted abortion on demand, against the will of the people.”
Physicians worldwide agree that even if an abortion had been requested, Savita’s life could not have been saved by the dangerous procedure.
India’s well-respected Dr. Divakar was quoted by The Hindu, stating: “Based on information in the media, in that situation of septicaemia, if the doctors had meddled with the live baby, Savita would have died two days earlier.”
Abortion is illegal in Ireland, and doctors there are required to intervene to save a mother whose life is at risk.
>>>>>> Ireland has among the world’s lowest maternal mortality rates. <<<<<<<
“Ireland is the safest place in the world to have a baby,” added Jennifer Mason, Personhood USA spokesperson.
“While the world mourns the death of this young mother and her child, we must be responsible to research the facts. Sensationalist stories printed by the Irish Times have caused widespread panic, and our only recourse is to review the facts and look to more accurate sources for information in the future.”
SOURCE Personhood USA