I have no more sympathy for the abortionettes and their bloody movement than I do for whoever blew up the Madrid train station this morning. But I do wonder why the abortionettes worked so hard for the easy availability of RU-486 while expecting society to be frightened of a return to the ur-mythic days of the coathanger and the back alley abortion. Since the death rate of young women hasn’t changed all that dramatically in fifty years, it’s clear that the horrors were exaggerated, meanwhile, RU-486 continues to add to its verified body count.
A young woman has died recently from an RU 486 abortion in the Swedish west coast city of Uddevalla. The Swedish pro-life group JA till Livet has informed LifeSiteNews.com that the country’s National Board of Health and Welfare has issued a report concluding that the death of the unnamed young woman was a result of the chemically induced abortion…. The abortion pill has been the cause of numerous deaths around the world. Legalized in the United States in September 2000 the pill has been responsible for the deaths of at least four women in North America, most recently 18-year-old Holly Patterson. In 5-8 percent of cases, RU-486 causes severe complications. Danco, the drug’s manufacturer, has reported at least 400 adverse events since RU-486 was approved in the U.S.