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June 26th, 2012
06:07 PM ET

Fears for "forced abortion" father

Seven months pregnant with her second child, Feng Jianmei and her husband could not pay the fine for violating China's one-child policy. So local officials forced to her to have an abortion.

The poor woman's story gained attention on Sina Weibo. And eventually, authorities apologized. Some were suspended.

Deng Jiyuan spoke to CNN less than two weeks ago about his wife's traumatic ordeal. Now his family says he is missing.

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  1. Rebakah

    What is this lady's problem? Doesn't she know that if she can not pay the tax this is what will happen? There are too many people in the world so it is better that we kill off others in order for the Earth to survive. All hail Earth. Stop with your crying, tears or not. The Government knows better than you and it will instruct your next move. The parasite next to you is just that. See, it doesn't even resemble a real baby. What are you some kind of KKKristian Tliban? Consider it a future global warming denier that was cured of its own free thought ahead of time. China is too lucky to have such thoughtful, caring people that at the forefront of Planed Parenthood. Maybe there needs to be a new government agency that looks after these traitors when they do not succumb to the will of the State and show emotion? All would be mothers deemed worthy of abortion should be taxed for thinking they can reproduce without ever caring about the Earth. This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.

    Signed,
    Your average American Progressive libtard

    June 27, 2012 at 9:18 am | Reply
    • A Mother

      You're a real mean one aren't you?

      July 14, 2012 at 2:56 am | Reply
  2. manuelo

    Kristie expressed publlc outrage over this incidence . especiallly when fellow residence join w/ local officials to oust the family . To this i say you're ":Psthethic " as well. For not giving the same concern to those innocemts slaughtered in Uruimqi .

    July 22, 2012 at 9:09 am | Reply

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