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Another Bloody One-Child Case in China: Seven-months pregnant mother in Anhui forcibly aborted by lethal injection (Warning: Graphic Photo)

Monday, March 25, 2013

China Aid Association
(Chuzhou, Anhui–March 25, 2013) A seven-months pregnant woman was forcibly aborted of her son last Friday by family planning officials who abducted her and took her to a hospital, ChinaAid has learned.

The seven-month-old fetus was killed by lethal injection, and the mother was still hospitalized in Chuzhou, in Fengyang count, Anhui province, at the time of this report.

ChinaAid interviewed the woman's husband, who said he was lawfully protesting to the local government and holding discussions with them. He also expressed gratitude that the outside world was paying attention to the case.

"(I'm) her husband.  (The lethal injection) took place last Friday (March 22).  (My wife) is doing okay physically," he said. "The government has already stepped forward to negotiate this matter, and the government right now is in the middle of discussions.  (We) haven't yet (hired) a lawyer. If the government does not compromise, I'll call you!"

Listen to the interview here:

Anhui 03-22-2013ChinaAid expresses its great shock and condemnation of this bloody case, will closely monitor further developments, and will make every effort to provide assistance to the victims and defend the dignity of God-created human life.  ChinaAid calls on all people of conscience worldwide to stand in unity to strongly condemn this act and to urge the Chinese government to punish the perpetrators and abolish its forcibly enforced family planning policy.  Let us speak for these babies who cannot utter a sound and protect the right to life of the weakest among us.  The right to life is the first human right.

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Rachel Ritchie, English Media Director
Cell: (432) 553-1080 | Office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | Other: (432) 689-6985
Email: r.ritchie@chinaaid.org
Website: www.chinaaid.org