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Topic - Suchart Phumee
Thai officials are promising enforcement of anti-abortion laws and a crackdown on illegal abortion clinics in the wake of last week's discovery of more than 2,000 aborted fetuses at a Buddhist temple, where undertakers allegedly planned to cremate them.
"Condemnation should go to both the parents of the aborted babies and the ones who performed the abortions," said Suchart Phumee, while asking society to forgive him after he and another undertaker at the temple were arrested on charges that they received payments of about $6.50 for each fetus to be burned.