In her statement to WCPU officials, the friend said she waited in an adjacent room while the deceased was taken to another room. About half an hour later, she heard her friend crying in pain, and she entered the clinic room, where she saw a man using forceps and later his hands to pull out the foetus.
The woman had bled profusely and struggled a lot, according to the friend. After she became semiconscious, the man at the clinic told the friend the case was complicated, and that she should be taken to Siliguri.
When the friend insisted that the deceased be taken to the Phuentsholing hospital, the man accompanied them there, but told the friend that she should tell hospital authorities the deceased had an epileptic attack.
AUL has responded to Planned Parenthood's incredibly weak defense of itself. There's a stark difference between Planned Parenthood's short assertion-filled, evidence-free rebuttal and AUL's lengthy, detailed, sourced rebuttal.
The New York Times has an article about new abortion restrictions in Russia.