America's Largest Mass Grave
On 6 October 1985 in the Odd Fellows Cemetery in East Los Angeles there was a burial of
16,500 unborn babies that had been found in February 1982. Workers had opened a
large shipping container that had been repossessed from the owner of a medical lab in
Southern California. It was filled with buckets of the results of thousands of
abortions. A flat
gravestone marks the
spot with the inscription "In Memory of the 16,500 precious unborn buried here.
Oct 6, 1985.
This grave was 'accidental'. Many people fought against it. Yet in some
respects it is a token grave for the millions of babies worldwide who have died in this
way and who have never had a grave, let alone a tombstone. Without this grave
there would probably be few people who would ever remember these tiny individuals, created
in the image of God, yet destroyed as being of no value to anyone.
27 October 2005 will be the 38th year since the killing of babies by abortion was
introduced into the UK. There is no mass grave or very few, if any, individual
graves to remember the six million plus babies that have been killed since that time.
Normally the hospital or clinic that carries out these killings 'disposes' of the
remains of the babies. Mothers do not ask, nor are told, what happens to the
'products of conception', yet each of these tiny children deserve to be remembered not
just secretly in the hearts and minds of their mothers, but by the very society that
endorsed their brutal deaths. But to do that would be to acknowledge the truth
that abortion kills babies and harms mothers.
Until such time that memorials are erected in each and every cemetery to remember
babies killed by abortion, the secrecy surrounding each one will ensure that the killings
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