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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Movie About a Live-Birth Abortion Attempt Stuns Audiences

A new movie called "22weeks" is shocking viewers, even in early private showings.

It's about a woman who ends up locked in a restroom and gives birth.

From WorldNetDaily:

The mother in the true story, identified only as Angele, since she has asked her last name not be used, was scheduled to have her 22-week pregnancy ended at the EPOC Clinic of Orlando Women's Center in Orlando, Fla. Instead, Angele told WND, she delivered the baby alive in a restroom at the clinic and said her cries for help went unheeded by the medical staff, even when an employee saw that the tiny boy was moving.

Angele said she ran to a phone outside the clinic to call a friend for help, then curled up with her son for the full 11 minutes of his short life after birth. She bathed the baby, whom she named Rowan, and cut his umbilical cord. After medical staff demanded she surrender her son's body, she blocked the door to keep them away and stayed trapped in the bathroom, praying and weeping, until the police arrived, she said.

Soto Vázquez told WND the film isn't a pro-choice or pro-life agenda film, but rather the telling of a true story that allows audiences to reach their own conclusions.

This is not just about some academic "choice." It's about real lives.

WARNING: Even the trailer below is somewhat graphic and shocking, so make sure no small children are around when you play it.


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