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Partial-Birth Abortion and its Affect on the American People We sat and watched our televisions and rejoiced as Jeffrey Dahmer was sentenced to life in prison for the brutal killing of hundreds of men women and children Yet right now as you are reading this paper another life has been takena childs life A child who one day could have been seen take his or her first steps opened the first Christmas present One who later could have went off to school and come home with news of his or her first new girlfriend or boyfriend A scholar who could have fulfilled his or her dreams by going to college to study in a chosen field and one day been deemed one of the greatest in that particular field The child who was just murdered could have seen all of these events come to pass but instead the childs mother had a partial-birth abortion and ended the infants life forever Partial-birth abortion is a topic that has caused a massive controversy in the past few years In September 1993 Brenda Pratt Shafer a registered nurse with thirteen years of experience was assigned by her nursing agency to an abortion clinic Since Nurse Shafer considered herself to be very pro-choice she didnt think this assignment would be a problem She was wrong This is what Nurse Shafer saw I stood at the doctors side and watched him perform a partial-birth abortion on a woman who was six months pregnant The babys heartbeat was clearly visible on the ultrasound screen The doctor delivered the babys body and arms everything but his little head The babys body was moving His little fingers were clasping together He was kicking his feet The doctor took a pair of scissors and inserted them into the back of the babys head and the babys arms jerked out in a flinch a startle reaction like a baby
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