El Salvador Court Upholds 30-Year Jail Sentence For Woman Who Says She Experienced Stillbirth, Accused Of Abortion

The Guardian: El Salvador court upholds 30-year jail sentence in stillbirth case
“An El Salvador court has rejected the appeal of a woman sentenced to 30 years in prison over what she says was a stillbirth. … Human rights group Amnesty International called the decision a step back for justice. … El Salvador is one of a handful of Latin American countries with total bans on abortion…” (Ford, 12/14).

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