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Karma or Acident?

The wife of the Deputy Director of a local Health and Family Planning Department, Li Yanzhu, went into hospital on 8th Oct. around 5pm, as the heart beat of the baby was irregular. Soon after the mother was given anesthesia by a physician, the baby's heart stopped, and it was stillborn.

The coroner's report has not been prepared but the next morning dozens of people ran into hospital and attacked doctors and nursing staff in the operating theatres.

The Health and Family Planning department oversees the one child policy and millions of babies have been killed under its control.

The baby's father, Deputy Director of Health  and Family Planning, chose to initiate "physical combat" with the  hospital. Chinese bloggers are watching with interest.

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Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.

--------------- Aldous Huxley



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