Usually the induced labor is for the out-of-plan pregnancies. In my hospital we do induced labor under the population and family planning official documents. This is something about the population and family planning policy. This is a state policy! If the infant comes out alive after induced labor, it will violate the policy. Also if the infant’s family finds out that the infant is alive, it is a failure to us, and a medical accident. If we just throw the infant alive to a trashcan and it dies there, we will be sued by its family when they see it. My point is that for induced labor, no matter how many months the infants are, we can never let infants come out alive, nor should any signs of life of the infants be shown to their families. For infants that are over 38 weeks, we need to listen to their embryocardia. If they do have embryocardia, don’t tell their mothers or family members first. Instead, prepare 95% absolute alcohol to inject into the infant’s fontanelle and postpone the labor [to make sure the infant is dead]. This can also protect ourselves. However, if the pregnant woman is about to give birth and already has uterine contractions when sent to hospital, there is nothing we could do. They will have to take the infant alive back home as well. (Emphasis added.)
Reggie Littlejohn is the founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. A graduate of Yale Law School, she is an acclaimed international expert on China’s One Child Policy. Her organization has been called the “leading voice” in the battle to expose and oppose forced abortion, gendercide (the sex-selective abortion of baby girls) and sexual slavery in China. Women’s Rights Without Frontiers is also saving lives in China. Their “Save a Girl” campaign has saved hundreds of baby girls in China.
Reggie has testified eight times at the United States Congress, three times at the European Parliament, twice at the British and has spoken at the Irish and Canadian Parliaments, the Hague, United Nations, State Department, White House and the Vatican as well.
In 2014, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers and The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. partnered in an event commemorating the International Day of the Girl Child. Cong. Chris Smith, blind activist Chen Guangcheng and Reggie spoke to a packed auditorium. She was also a featured speaker, together with Rep. Smith and Chen Guangcheng, at the Victims of Communism Memorial Conference in 2015.
Reggie received the National Pro-Life Recognition Award in 2013, the 40th anniversary of the March for Life. She has been the keynote speaker of the March for Life Canada and the National Right to Life. She resides in San Jose, CA with her husband and 13-year-old daughter Anni, whom she rescued from China with the help of Rep. Chris Smith.