According to the court ruling of Judge Emma Arbuthnot, a High Court judge in the United Kingdom, the girl identified as AZ was raped by a 14-year-old boy she met online. AZ also reported that a few weeks later, another 14-year-old boy raped her after her 11th birthday.
"She became pregnant after being raped by a 14-year-old she met on the internet when she was aged 10, on the 18th or 21st of May 2023. She was raped by another 14-year-old boy on the 11th of June 2023, but he did not make her pregnant," Arbuthnot said.
A health board applied for "declarations that termination of pregnancy would be in her best interests." A mental health consultant additionally argued that the girl "lacked competence" to carry through with the pregnancy and a team of medical specialists warned that continuing the pregnancy could seriously harm her health. Arbuthnot agreed with the recommendations of these health professionals.
"The risks to AZ are significant. I was particularly struck by the evidence about the impact of the size of AZ's anatomy: whereas many adult women struggle with the pain of childbirth, a child of eleven is likely to have a much worse experience," the judge said.
However, AZ, who was around 14 weeks and six days pregnant at the time of the hearing, told the court she was actually happy about being pregnant. She even said she wanted to keep the baby despite the risks of continuing the pregnancy. AZ mentioned that being pregnant made her feel special and her mother agreed with her decision. (Related: 19-year-old Canadian girl dies after taking common abortion pill.)
Pro-life advocates have argued that the deliberate termination of a preborn baby is never medically necessary, adding that ending the life of a baby conceived through rape can trigger additional trauma for already traumatized victims.
In an episode of the Health Ranger Report in April, the Health Ranger Mike Adams discussed abortion with pro-life activist Susan Swift. She has condemned the narrative floated by the Left that abortion is "healthcare" and "necessary to save women."
"Abortion is never healthcare and never necessary to save a woman's life. But that's what the abortion cartel makes money on. They sell it as a product to desperate young women who are afraid and it is marketed that way," she told Adams.
Just like Swift, Cassy Fiano-Chesser, a pro-life advocate, does not believe that abortion is healthcare and necessary to save women.
Fiano-Chesser said "talk of bodily autonomy does not apply when a court chooses to terminate the life of an innocent child over her mother's will, subjecting the mother – a survivor of rape – to yet another violation of her own body."
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