How many women have to die before journalists tell the truth about abortion?
In 2005 a young woman from the United Kingdom died as a result of an RU-486 abortion. Other sources reported Jones was the 14th woman to die after taking the RU-486 abortion pill. Fox News was the only major network news to cover the inquest into the death of Manon Jones and admit that complications can occur from the abortion pill.
From Fox News: "Dr. Manny Alvarez, managing health editor for FOXNews.com, said a condition such as the one Jones had needs to be acted on “very quickly” in order for doctors to save a woman’s life. “There’s always a potential when you take this pill (RU-486) that you may not have complete loss of the pregnancy,” he said. “By retaining products of conception, a woman can have significant bleeding, shock and death.” My guess is Miss Jones' abortionist never warned her of the danger. To read the Fox News article visit:FOXNews.com - Inquest Told Teen Died After Taking Abortion Pills - Health News | Current Health News | Medical News:
While I was pleased that Fox News covered the story, I was also disappointed to read comments that trivialized the deaths of the 500,000 unborn children killed by RU-486, specificly:Fox News "The abortion pill has been used more than 500,000 times since it was approved for use in the U.S. for early pregnancy, defined as seven weeks' duration or less." No mention of the fact that a baby dies when RU-486 pill is taken. No mention even that the life of a "fetus" (young one) ended. Sanitizing language only helps to perpetuate abortion on demand.