Skip to comments.Battle Over Possible Euthanasia of New York Teenager Gets Pro-Life Attention
Posted on 01/02/2008 3:57:55 PM PST by wagglebee
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A guardian needs to act in the best interests of the child and NO child's best interest include being killed.
God help this poor girl.
Parents divorced and arguing over her. Lawsuit against the hospital in the wind. Some trial lawyer is going to see big money in suing the hospital, and will hook up with one of the parents. The primary motivator will probably be the lawsuit money and not the child’s welfare, just as it was with Terri Schiavo’s greedy husband.
The faster she dies, the faster someone can get rich.
Unfortunately, you are probably right.
Well, it still needs to be fought. All the more so.
Yes it does.
A coma from a "routine medical procedure?"
In America today, abortions are routine medical procedures, and there are many more problems and "complications" than those who support legalized abortion will admit. I wonder if her coma came while she was having an abortion.
Just a thought......
As for the girl and her parents, prayers for a full and complete recovery - and that this tragedy reunites the parents.
From a legal standpoint this may not be the "cash cow" you might think it is. If the parents are not on good terms there will be an enormous amount of time and money spent in court just to figure out which of the two has the legal standing to file any kind of lawsuit in the case.
If my memory is accurate, a major lawsuit in the infamous Amadou Diallo case in New York City is still being held up for this very reason.
What a beautiful young girl.
She looks so much like my niece Tamar, it made me do a double take.
God Bless this girl. May she come back to us soon.
This is a case happening right now, a battle to the death...
May Terri's Legacy help guide parents and friends in confrontation with the forces seeking her death.
"We will not be silent. We are your bad conscience. The White Rose will give you no rest."
I immediately thought of abortion as the “routine medical procedure,” too. Under New York State law, no statistics are collected on abortion-related maternal deaths and medical complications, by the way. Abortionists have been very successful in suppressing all information about this “routine medical procedure.”
Poor girl. On top of that, it sounds as if her parents have dollar signs in their eyes, more than anything else. As did Michael Schiavo, of course.
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS — Was the government right to get involved in Terri Schiavo’s death? Did the court overstep its bounds when it ordered the disabled 41-year-old woman’s feeding tube removed? Will the debate over euthanasia be a factor in the upcoming election?
These are some of the questions Chris Mitchell, president of the Florida Chautauqua Center, hopes Bobby Schindler, Schiavo’s brother, will answer at the 13th Annual Florida Chautauqua Assembly.
Schindler opens the assembly with a keynote speech at 10 a.m. Jan. 31 at First United Methodist Church in DeFuiak Springs. The assembly’s apt theme this year is “A Journey into the American Presidency.”
Mitchell said he wants the assembly to educate voters........................
Since they didn’t say what the “routine medical procedure” was, and since abortion is now a routine medical procedure, it’s a safe bet to think that that’s what was done.
Jennifer Ward, charged with first-degree murder in the shaking death of her 9-month-old daughter, is set to appear for a bail hearing in Salem Superior Court today.
Hopefully, the appearance by the 37-year-old Peabody resident will lead to more details about the Nov. 21 death of Jocelyn Ward Anderson, and how the state Department of Social Services handled her case.
So far, there has been little helpful information on that account. We do know, according to an agency spokesman, that until her death, DSS considered the girl's case "a success story."
There are many unanswered questions:
* Jennifer Ward was allowed to take her daughter home from the hospital after the Feb. 22 birth despite the fact both had illegal drugs in their system. (This contradicts an earlier statement by the DSS that the agency took the baby into custody after the birth.) Is it common practice to allow newborns to go home when they and their mother have drugs in their system?
* The infant was taken from Ward late the next month by DSS, which was responding to a complaint of neglect. She was returned in July, after Ward went through drug treatment and a parenting education program. Is a little more than three months enough time to deal with problems of drug abuse and neglect?
* Did the agency continue to monitor Ward after July and, if so, how closely was she monitored?................................
LONDON, January 2, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Following a UK Parliamentary question, data from a government organization showed that over one million human embryonic children were killed in the UK in the past 14 years as 'waste' embryos from in vitro fertilization (IVF) processes.
The acquired data showed that 2,137,924 embryonic humans were created using IVF between 1991 and 2005, but about 1.2m were never used. Scientists killed the embryos who were not deemed strong enough for implantation, and froze those not considered 'waste' embryos. Those that survived the freezing process will die in ten years if not implanted................