Now we are learning that there may not have even been a request from the family for an abortion:
It appears that the reporter, Ms. Holland, may have misrepresented the facts in an attempt to challenge the nation's laws prohibiting abortion. This is a personal tragedy that has been exploited to further an agenda. Does the end justify the means? Do we even care about journalistic ethics and professionalism?
I am placing this in RD because there was a recent discussion there about this case.
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