Irish Times Reporter Admits: Story about “Woman dying because of Denied Abortion” was Muddled.

Posted on | December 3, 2012 by J.C. von Krempach, J.D. |

There is further evidence of how the tragic death of a pregnant woman in Ireland has been turned into a media hoax by the abortion lobby. Not only did the woman die of an infection that had nothing to do with her pregnancy (and against which an abortion would most certainly not have helped her), but it now turns out that she never made any request for a termination. According to the hospital’s records, she requested “tea and toast, and many other things, but not an abortion”.

Kitty Holland, the reporter of the “Irish Times” who originally broke the story that went around the globe, now has admitted that she had not checked any of the facts. In an interview with the Irish radio programme “Newstalk 106″, Ms. Holland (who happens to be the daughter of a pro-abortion campaigner and a socialist politician) had to admit that her story “may be a little muddled”…

You can listen to the interview here.

A more detailed report is found on LifeSiteNews.

If you want to write a letter to the editor, you may do so here.



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