Irish abortion ban supporters (Catholics, to be exact) murder 31 yo. mother

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http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/frontpage/2012/1114/1224326575203.html

Two investigations are under way into the death of a woman who was 17 weeks pregnant, at University Hospital Galway last month.

Savita Halappanavar (31), a dentist, presented with back pain at the hospital on October 21st, was found to be miscarrying, and died of septicaemia a week later.

Her husband, Praveen Halappanavar (34), an engineer at Boston Scientific in Galway, says she asked several times over a three-day period that the pregnancy be terminated. He says that, having been told she was miscarrying, and after one day in severe pain, Ms Halappanavar asked for a medical termination.

This was refused, he says, because the foetal heartbeat was still present and they were told, “this is a Catholic country”.

She spent a further 2½ days “in agony” until the foetal heartbeat stopped.

The dead foetus was removed and Savita was taken to the high dependency unit and then the intensive care unit, where she died of septicaemia on the 28th.
 

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I don't think an artificial womb would've helped poor bloody Sativa....
 

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Irish law allows for abottio if the life of the mother is at risk.
And Irish anti-abortion law pushes the mother to the brink of death(or beyond) while doctors futz around trying to figure out what constitutes "at risk", and which is the lesser of two shit storms... a dead mother, or a mob of pissed off Because Jesusers picketing outside the hospital.
 

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That's pretty messed up but to throw the word murder around seems a bit... much?
 

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Why blame the party really at fault, when you can blame someone you don't like?

The Health Service Executive (HSE) (Irish: Feidhmeannacht na Seirbhíse Sláinte) is responsible for the provision of healthcare providing health and personal social services for everyone living in Ireland, with public funds. The Executive was established by the Health Act, 2004 and came into official operation on 1 January 2005. It replaces the ten regionalHealth Boards, the Eastern Regional Health Authority and a number of other different agencies and organisations. TheMinister for Health has overall responsibility for the Executive in Government. The HSE is Ireland's largest employer with over 67,000 direct employees, and another 40,000 in funded health care organisations. It has an annual budget of over €13 billion, more than any other public sector organisation.
And the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution has this little gem:

The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.
So BAD NATIONAL HEALTHCARE killed this woman. Not the pope. Go shit in your hat.
 

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It is a Catholic Country..she wasn't Catholic...fuck her....2 soul just got recycled to have another chance at not being born pitiable heathens and be born Catholics...

And I blame the Jews.
 

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The great thing about this whole thing is the Irish people VOTED for that amendment. It wasn't forced upon them by unelected judges. Even the vile filthy papists allowed an exemption for mother's health, and the government employee doctors STILL fucked everything up.
 

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Why blame the party really at fault, when you can blame someone you don't like?

And the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution has this little gem:

So BAD NATIONAL HEALTHCARE killed this woman. Not the pope. Go shit in your hat.
No, the doctor ignored the law and let his own personal religious convictions dictate his care for the woman and she died.
 

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No, the doctor ignored the law and let his own personal religious convictions dictate his care for the woman and she died.
Try reading the whole story instead of the edited version you were presented with. The doctor didn't even make the decision. A "consultant" did.

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That's how those filthy savages spell fetus. They just put "O" in front of random letters in words.
 

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Try reading the whole story instead of the edited version you were presented with. The doctor didn't even make the decision. A "consultant" did.
Um... Don...

In the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, and parts of the Commonwealth, consultant is the title of a senior physician who has completed all of his or her specialist training and been placed on the specialist register in their chosen speciality. Consultants accept ultimate responsibility for the care of all the patients referred to them,[1] so the job carries significant personal responsibility.
 
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