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November 25, 2005

Why abortionists don't want to be regulated

From the Jersey Journal...

A Honduran woman pleaded guilty to being an "enforcer" in a slave labor ring that smuggled girls as young as 14 into the country and used threats of violence to force them to work in North Hudson bars. 

Xochil Nectalina Rosales Martinez, 29, also had been smuggled into this country and forced to work in one of the bars, but was later told she was in charge of running the Guttenberg apartment the ring used as a safehouse. 

She said she was told that if "any of these bitches get out of line, you should beat them." She said she also was present when the girls and women were forced to have abortions if they became pregnant, and saw one of the women give birth to a baby that died soon after....

Rosales Martinez said the girls had to earn at least $500 a week in order to pay off their $20,000 smuggling fee. 

[U.S. Attorney Christopher] Christie would not say if the victims engaged in sex with bar customers or if the aborted baby was conceived with a customer, saying that such information might be needed as evidence....

Rosales Martinez cried as she recalled how the women were forced to take abortion-inducing pills so they could continue working. 

Despite the pills, Rosales Martinez said, a 21-year-old woman gave birth to a live baby in a toilet bowl.

Next time you hear some moron claim that any sort of regulation of the abortion industry is actually an attempt to deny women their choice, remember how much money these animals make murdering the babies of raped slaves. 

Choice, right.

Posted by Danny Carlton at November 25, 2005 07:45 AM

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