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Couple sues hospital for €1 million for failed abortion - and daughter supports them
Lifesitenews.com reports: It’s a strange story and, as both the Daily Mail and Metro put it, it starts with a woman “accidentally falling pregnant.” (Speaking of strange, I’m not sure I understand that phrase. How exactly do you "accidentally" fall pregnant? I mean, isn’t there a simple, biological explanation for how that happens? And in this case, involving a married couple who already had a son, surely they understood how these things work.) Anyway, accident or no accident, this couple, Giuseppe and Aurora Bellandi, were given the news that they were pregnant in 2000. Their situation is pretty much a list of pro-choice reasons to get an abortion: health, age, economic difficulty. Aurora was forty-three, the family was not in a good financial situation and due to a condition called ovarian fibroma, Aurora was told that she needed to abort her pre-born child. The couple consented, but not without sorrow. The abortion failed, and Aurora discovered that she was still pregnant. What they considered unfortunate, but was fortunate for their daughter, was that Aurora was more than twenty-one weeks pregnant when they made this discovery — past the point that abortions are permitted in Italy. A difficult pregnancy and complicated birth brought little Elisa Bellandi into the outside world. She grew up knowing that she wasn’t supposed to happen, that she was an ‘accident’, and that she had survived an attempt on her life. She grew up, as the article in the Daily Mail states, knowing that she was unwanted. Now her parents, who have already won a lawsuit against their hospital in 2008 for physical damage to the mother, have launched another lawsuit for the maintenance of their daughter. As her father declared: “The mistake wasn’t mine – so it’s not fair that I pay.”...
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