Like all mothers, Sarah Capewell will never forget the first minutes she spent with her newborn baby.
She told her tiny son how much she loved him, gently kissed his face and took photos of him wrapped in the pretty blanket she’d bought for his birth.
Then she held him tightly in her arms and watched helplessly as his body grew cold and he finally stopped breathing. Sarah pleaded for help from hospital staff from the moment he was born, but none came.
Jayden died when he was just two hours old.
No help came because although mother and baby were surrounded by nurses and empty incubators, doctors had already decided her son would not be saved – not based on observation and assessment, but because under current guidelines paediatricians treat only babies born after 22 weeks gestation.
And he was born 48 hours before that threshold.
As Sarah was told when her waters broke one Wednesday last October, if she held out until the Sunday they would save her baby.
Jayden was born on the Friday – so paediatricians refused not only to treat him, but, shockingly, even to see him.
‘When he was born breathing and moving, I begged the midwife to go and fetch the doctors,’ says Sarah. ‘I couldn’t believe they’d be so callous as to leave him. But she returned from the critical care unit sobbing and shaking her head.’
It made no difference to doctors that her son was breathing unaided, waving his tiny fists around as he fought on alone for two hours.
According to medical guidance he was simply a miscarriage – a foetus – so he must be left to die…. (Source)
The pro-aborts are finished. The victim card is starting to move back to where it belongs.
What a bunch of barbarians they’ve become. I hope they like wearing it because that label is going to stick for a very, very long time.