Liu Xinwen, 33, and her husband Zhou Guoqiang were left devastated after Liu was pulled from her bed then taken to a hospital and injected with an abortion drug against her will.
This is one of many stories where woman in China are forced to abort their babies against their will, all because of China’s one child policy. China’s forced abortions are heavily aided by the United Nation’s Population Fund and President Obama approved at least $50 million in funding to this program.
Daily Mail reported:
The couple claim that they were awoken at 4am last week after their door was kicked down and two dozen officials from the Shandong Province Family Planning Commission forced their way into their home.
Mr Zhou told Sky News how he was held down on the sofa while his terrified wife was taken away to the hospital.
He then spent a desperate five hours trying to find out where Liu Xinwen had been taken as officials refused to tell him.
When he eventually found his wife at the People’s Hospital of Fangzi District in Weifang City, he arrived just minutes after the injection had been administered.
‘My wife was lying in bed. I asked her: ‘Have you been injected?’ She said ‘yes’. I asked if the baby was still moving.’
She said ‘not much,’ he told Sky News.
‘After that, I didn’t want my wife to see my crying. I went outside.’
The baby died in her womb and was delivered a day later – a horrific photo shows the foetus in an orange bucket next to Liu Xinwen curled up on the hospital bed.
It was then the couple discovered they had been due to have a little boy, a younger brother for their son Zhou Junfeng, 10.
A sobbing Liu Xinwen told of her grief at aborting her baby saying, ‘I miss him.’
Last year, the story about Feng Jianmei from northern Shaanxi province sparked outrage by the Chinese community. She was forced to abort her child 7 months into the pregnancy and online pictures surfaced of her lying in a hospital bed with her aborted fetus lying by her side.
Feng was forced to abort her second child on June 2nd because she was unable to pay a hefty fine for violating the Chinese regime’s one-child policy. The video can be seen here.
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