Feng Jianmei And The Forced Abortion. What now?

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April 7, 2013 by tonyberkman

One Person, One World.

How is the life for Feng Jianmei these days? A lot of people might not recognise her by her name, but the photos of her that have been widely spread on the internet since that day in June 2012.

Feng Jianmei, whose daughter was forcibly aborted seven months into her pregnancy last June, has told a Chinese TV station of her continued struggle for emotional healing.

“Several local government officials lost their job and I got compensation [for the circumstances], but there is no real winner in this case,” Feng told Shanghai-based Dragon TV, according to a report by the pro-life organization All Girls Allowed, which is based in Boston.

“We lost the most,” Feng said in an interview with the satellite TV station. “We lost a baby.”

The story and photo of Feng and her forcibly aborted daughter went viral on the Internet after family planning officials in China’s Shaanxi province…

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