It's good to know which way female solipsism cuts. Apparently the thought that a woman might want an abortion trumps the thought that she might have been aborted. We're not in the realm of hypothetical situations here anymore; with the increased ability of scientists to select sex, we should expect to see the male/female ratio to increase in the West as it has already increased in the East.The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) was accused of failing to uphold the law after it ruled that it would not be in the “public interest” to prosecute the two doctors exposed in an undercover Daily Telegraph investigation.
Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, on Wednesday night raised the case with the Attorney General. The two doctors were filmed agreeing to arrange terminations for women who requested them purely because they said they did not want to have a baby girl. One of the doctors did so despite likening the practice to “female infanticide” while the other told a woman her job was not to “ask questions”.
The CPS acknowledged, following a 19-month inquiry, that there was sufficient evidence to warrant a prosecution with a “realistic prospect of conviction”. But it told police that a “public interest test” had not been met.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
The abortion dichotomy
The English Crown Prosecution Service favors women's "right to choose" over the right of an unborn girl to not be killed because she is a girl: