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Graphic Pictures of Botched Abortion Released

By Javier Manjarres

The independent news agency, a favorite of the pro-life community has just published a story about Marie Cardamone, an 18 year old woman who died in the middle of an abortion procedure. published graphic pictures of the woman’s autopsy to communicate the dangers of abortions to women who are considering having their own abortions.  The pictures were furnished to the Pro-Life group Life Dynamics by the mother of the deceased woman.  Life Dynamics has released a brochure with the the autopsy pictures detailing what happened to Cardamone.

The mother of the deceased woman released the pictures and “vowed that she would never let her daughter be forgotten”-

“These images are a powerful new weapon unlike anything the pro-life movement has ever had before.  Because of Deborah’s courage, we finally have the ability to expose one of the pro-choice lobby’s dirtiest little secrets,” Crutcher continued. “And that is exactly what Life Dynamics is committed to doing.  Starting today, we are sending a clear and unmistakable message to Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry that they will no longer be allowed to kill the Marla Cardamones of this world and then just walk away from them like they never existed.” 






















Posting these graphic pictures will be extremely controversial, but it’s the same tactic that animal rights groups use when they publish pictures of tortured and killed animals- sometimes these types of campaigns are necessary to drive the message home.  

We can expect the pro-choice lobby to condemn these pictures immediately.

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Javier Manjarres

As the managing editor of The Shark Tank, Javier was awarded the 2011 CPAC Blogger of the Year. Countless videos and articles from the Shark Tank have been featured on Fox News, The Hill, Wall Street Journal, and other national news publications. Javier has also appeared on Univision’s “Al Punto” and numerous radio shows, including being the weekly 92.5 Fox News' DayBreak with Drew Steele political contributor

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  1. John G Henke January 10, 2013 at 2:30 am

    You should see the baby. 3000 per week murdered in abortionaries, in America. What a racket!

  2. Stan Lee January 11, 2013 at 12:39 pm

    The pro-choice lobby would be exposing the possible dire consequences of the abortion procedure, should that lobby bring more notoriety to this tragedy. I’d welcome that lobby’s protestations to this poor girl’s unnecessary death. This should be sufficient warning to all young women that they risk their very lives when engaging what they think would be a solution. These young women must come to realize that it is they, and they alone, who ultimately face the decision for abortion. That decision cannot be taken lightly, as this case proves.
    The mother of the deceased girl is to be congratulated for her courage in revealing these photos. It is time that abortions have daylight shone on them and the tragic results which have been concealed from the public eye too long.
    This sort of “birth control” is not for the protection of young girls, as that abortion industry and the present federal government would have them believe.
    When we have a federal administration that shelters irresponsibility and actually encourages it, it is not a friend, it is culpable in murder.

  3. Beans January 12, 2013 at 8:42 am

    You people talk as if no one ever dies DURING childbirth. Hundreds of thousands of women die giving birth…

    • Jennywenny September 11, 2013 at 3:59 pm

      In third world countries or home-birth. Dangerous but natural physical conditions exist in all walks of life… Eating, for example… Thousands of people die from food-born illness, allergies, or choking. Giving birth is less a danger than eating. Your statement is irrelevant. Abortion is more dangerous, and carries with it the added danger of human error. The human body is designed to give birth. It is not designed to have invasive removal through the reproductive tract. The only natural process the body has been designed to handle is an organic miscarraige, completely out of human purview & control.

      Which is safer, which poses more threat? A natural process the body is well equipped to cope with, or ingestion of synthetic poison delivered via the bloodstream and/or inserting large man-made tools to violently scour internal anatomy??

  4. outofthefrey January 13, 2013 at 11:49 am

    Spoken like a lesbo or a man who dumps and runs. The new Americans who want us to be lil Euro.

  5. John January 14, 2013 at 8:28 pm

    Someone may on rare occasion die during childbirth but someone ALWAYS dies during an abortion – this time it just happens to be both the victim and the perpetrator.

    • Jennywenny September 11, 2013 at 4:00 pm

      Well said!

  6. Dianne May 17, 2013 at 3:18 pm

    I’m pro choice and I think these pictures are important because this is a graphic image of what happened to many more women when abortions were illegal and women had to go to unlicensed backdoor abortionists. So Thank You for reminding us!

    • Jennywenny September 11, 2013 at 4:16 pm

      I bet you’d like to legalize meth or heroin because hey, if its regulated, fewer people will die as a result of dope cut with dangerous additives… Right? No? Your argument flies out the window there.
      Abortion is an elective vice, for which the patient must assume responsibility for what she’s about to consciously do. It’s ludicrous to assert that a personal choice and its bad consequences be heaped upon the people operating under the PATIENTS demand, or that standing up for what is right is responsible for someone else’s grievous, conscious choices.
      Additionally, the back alley abortion argument–obviously having no relevance to law making (because of its voluntary nature)–is a falsity perched on the crumbling sands of ignorance. There is no substantial (how did thousands come out of a measly 39 cases?), and credible data to support the back-alley=dead women everywhere argument.

      • Lee November 13, 2013 at 4:13 am

        Actually…cutting dope with fewer additives would prevent more death. In Sweden they actually have clinics you can go to for access to clean needles and nurse supervision during drug use for people addicted.
        Not that that matters. Comparing drug addiction to pregnancy is stupid. The argument doesn’t fly out of the window just because you say so. People don’t get addicted to pregnancy. If anything, to some of these people having a child would do just as much damage as being addicted to drugs. They simply don’t have the means to care for one, and some not being mentally capable of it. My mother works in a children’s hospital and has more cases than she can count of children that come in abused by parents who don’t want them. One I’ll never forgot of a woman who didn’t have the money for her abortion. She ended up losing her job and was unable to care for the child. Her boyfriend smashed the kids head against a wall because they couldn’t deal with it. He’s still alive, but he’s been in a vegetative state for 3 years. Other children who are born from mothers of addiction who haven’t worked out their own issues. They’re born with brain damage and defects. Pro-choice. Everyone’s circumstances are different, their bodies their lives. Keep the hell out of it and let people make their own choices.