An Australian woman who decided her 'defective' twin baby was not worth keeping and should be murdered ended up with neither. Talk about natural justice..........
An Australian hospital has launched an inquiry after staff treating a woman carrying twin boys accidentally
terminated murdered the wrong foetus child. Doctors had told the woman that one of her babies had a congenital heart defect that would require numerous operations, if he survived.
The woman chose to
abort kill the 32-week foetus child but staff injected the wrong twin. The hospital in Melbourne described it as a "terrible tragedy".
"The Royal Women's Hospital can confirm a distressing clinical accident occurred on Tuesday," it said in a statement. "We are conducting a full investigation and continue to offer the family and affected staff every support."
The woman went on to have an emergency caesarean to
end the life of butcher the sick foetus child. Victorian Health Minister David Davis said the hospital investigation would be overseen by an independent expert. "I am very much determined to get to the bottom of what went wrong," he said.
State Premier Ted Baillieu echoed his sentiments, saying: "I don't think it's appropriate for anybody to draw any conclusions other than this is a horrible tragedy." "We'll make sure that the investigation is as thorough as it can be."
In a brief statement, the family asked for privacy "at what has been a very difficult time for us".
Now all we need is for the infanticidal split arse to drop dead for a fine result.
Thursday, 24 November 2011
Thursday, 17 November 2011
My good friend The General conveys news from the agricultural district of a man convicted of the "criminal offence" of biting into a dead pidgeon carcass........ I kid you not.
A MAN has admitted biting into a dead pigeon near to a children’s playground in Daventry Northamptonshire.
Robert Drake, 39, of Hawke Road on the Southbrook, appeared at Northampton Magistrates’ Court last week where he pleaded guilty to biting into a dead pigeon carcass on the playing fields near Street in Daventry on September 12.
How in the hell can biting into a dead bird be a crime?. Is this the kind of perverse parody of justice we can now expect to see emerging in Britain.
Small wonder the law in general and the old bill in particular are held in such utter contempt by the public. It really is way past time we took out the trash in this country and brought sanity back into our lives. Truly, the lunatics have taken over the asylum.
Best watch myself, I bit into a dead chicken on Sunday, and right tasty it was too!!!.
What a cunch of bunts.
Wednesday, 16 November 2011
Australia has agreed to host a full US Marine task force in the coming years, Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced at a news conference with US President Barack Obama in Canberra.
She said about 250 US Marines would arrive next year, eventually being built up to 2,500 personnel. [...]
In his speech to parliament Mr Obama will set out his vision of a new Pacific century. A subsequent trip to Darwin on Australia's north coast will symbolise the enhanced military relationship between the two countries. [...]
Analysts said the deployment was the biggest in Australia since World War II. [...]
Mr Obama said the deployment would allow the US to "meet the demands of a lot of partners in the region" in terms of training, exercises and "security architecture".
Later in his visit the US leader is due to visit a memorial in Darwin to honour US and Australian soldiers killed during World War II.
Mr Obama has twice cancelled visits to Australia in the past - in March 2010 as he worked to pass healthcare reform legislation and then in June the same year amid the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
After his stop in Darwin, Mr Obama flies to Indonesia for a summit of Asian leaders.