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2012-12-27 01:25:42 PM
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Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii: kalor: namegoeshere: I don't think arrestees have much in the way of rights in Kenya.

These aren't arrestees, these are kidnap and ransom victims.

Um no, they aren't. They are people who knowing full well they could not afford the cost of a hospital delivery chose to have one anyway and now can't pay for it. When you don't pay someone for services rendered, that's generally considered theft of services and that makes you a thief. That said, I don't think it's the Hospital's job to arrest and/or detain them. They should call the authorities and let them do it. That way there's chance, emphasis on chance...because after all, this is Kenya, that the women won't get beat and might even be able to leave once the initial arrest has taken place.


I wonder if the women in your photos know your apparent view of these women as irresponsible broodmares.
2012-12-28 01:49:07 AM
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LouDobbsAwaaaay: GOPers would cream themselves if this was a standard policy in the US.


Until it happened to a white person.
2012-12-27 01:15:21 PM
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GOPers would cream themselves if this was a standard policy in the US.
2012-12-27 01:09:41 PM
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Omondi says one solution to the problem would be a national health insurance program

Or... how about birth control? Oh that's right the good ol' Vatican is against it, and most of the people in Kenya are God fearing Christians.
2012-12-27 01:06:19 PM
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kalor: namegoeshere: I don't think arrestees have much in the way of rights in Kenya.

These aren't arrestees, these are kidnap and ransom victims.


Um no, they aren't. They are people who knowing full well they could not afford the cost of a hospital delivery chose to have one anyway and now can't pay for it. When you don't pay someone for services rendered, that's generally considered theft of services and that makes you a thief. That said, I don't think it's the Hospital's job to arrest and/or detain them. They should call the authorities and let them do it. That way there's chance, emphasis on chance...because after all, this is Kenya, that the women won't get beat and might even be able to leave once the initial arrest has taken place.
2012-12-27 12:55:04 PM
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kalor: namegoeshere: I don't think arrestees have much in the way of rights in Kenya.

These aren't arrestees, these are kidnap and ransom victims.


Considering what part of the world this article relates to, getting pregnant probably wasn't her decision either.
 
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