|VHS ||26 ||DEBBIE'S STORY: A MOTHER'S FIGHT TO SAVE THE WORLD'S SMALLEST BABY ||Infanticide |
Trent Petrie was born July 29, 1985, at St. Luke's Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota, the SMALLEST premature baby on earth to ever survive birth, according to all known medical records. He weighed only 12 ounces. Trent's mother, Debbie, says the doctors told her, "the 20-week fetus was a NO-BODY, and we should let him die." Today Trent is seven years old. He is blind, but as a result of four operations, can see some light. "He is alive and well and he's OURS and we dearly love him," says his Mom, "and he is living proof that doctors can be wrong." 22 min.
|VHS ||28 ||STEPHEN MOSHER: ABORTION IN CHINA ||Infanticide |
Stephen Mosher talks about China's horrific population control program. The communist government said the population should increase by only one percent. Any women pregnant with her second child is forced to have an abortion. The women are given a shot the Chinese call the poison shot. This shot kills the baby in 24 to 48 hours. After the unborn child is killed, it is removed by cesarean. Then the women must be sterilized. The population control program of China is one of the worst violations of human rights in this century. 54 min.