Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Abortion Clinic Documentary

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/twenty/watch/abortion.html

If you have never seen the PBS Frontline documentary “Abortion Clinic” it can be viewed here. 53 minutes long. The camera crew is given full access to the clinic; intake, abortion and recovery.
During the intake counseling there is weak attempt to provide hope but it seems as though both the counselor and the girls know better. Very sad.

2 comments:

Joshua 24:15 said...

Thanks, Germanicus. Very hard to watch the actual abortion procedure, but worth it for us to really know what happens. Inspiring work by the couple who was taking in women and couples who decided to carry through. I thought the entirety of the show was very balanced, especially considering it's a PBS product.

Maybe Gwen Ifill will follow up with a book...

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

Nope. Can't watch it.
As a mom who's had D&C, it's much too hard. I CAN imagine the procedure and I've read enough of what people are willing to do to their pre-born infants (leave them in trash cans/hide their remains/put them in plastic bags/soak them in saline and chop them up)

Thanks but no thanks.

I watched the video of abortion hospitals in Russia and I never want to see any of that crap again. They treat it like an appendix surgery.
Have you seen how abort. clinics tried to cover up statutory rape?
It makes me want to scream.