Taking the defense of parental rights when it comes to interstate abortions involving their children to the next level, a Maine couple tied up their 19-year-old daughter and began dragging her to New York, in hopes of procuring for her there an abortion that she didn't want. The daughter escaped and called the cops before the plan came to fruition, or non-fruition. (The white parents' dudgeon over the black father of the fetus is said to have motivated this vigorous application of parents' rights.)
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