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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    And then there's the TD bleeding heart brigade. Of course, under the same circumstances, if a mentally distressed woman who had just dumped her newborn in a public lav had freely boarded a flight, and caused harm to herself &/ or others- they would be the first to be upset about that too. What about your "Duty of Care"! Oh the distress.

    So lets all just be upset about something. Sigh.
    You're not a woman you wouldn't understand what it may be like to not have a choice to have an invasive procedure on a runway and be poked and proded by strangers. Seriously.. you are sounding a bit ignorant of the whole situation.

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    But you're not a female baby anymore, stuffed into a plastic bag, newly born, invalid (in the actual sense of the word), buried under layers of garbage, and left to die there.

    Can you imagine how that might feel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    But you're not a female baby anymore, stuffed into a plastic bag, newly born, invalid (in the actual sense of the word), buried under layers of garbage, and left to die there.

    Can you imagine how that might feel?
    That's irrelevant, though and an utter false equivalent

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    Qatar 'identifies parents of baby abandoned at Doha airport'

    Qatar says it has identified the parents of a baby who was abandoned last month in a bin at Doha's airport.

    A woman from "an Asian country" fled abroad after dumping the infant, public prosecutors said, adding that efforts were under way to extradite her.

    A DNA test confirmed that an Asian man was the father, they added.

    The prosecutors said officials had also been charged over the invasive exams carried out on women passengers during the initial search for the mother.

    There was international outrage after a group of women flying to Sydney - including citizens of Australia, the UK and New Zealand - complained that they were checked for evidence that they had recently given birth.


    Qatar '''identifies parents of baby abandoned at Doha airport''' - BBC News

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    The prosecutors said officials had also been charged over the invasive exams carried out on women passengers during the initial search for the mother.
    ...nonsense: the "officials" were ordered to carry out the exams by individuals who will never be publicly known or punished...unless they're non-Qataris and scapegoats are needed...in which case, a few sub-continentals will be rounded up for display...

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    And the ‘Asian convict’ female or be charged, if they can extradite her...

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    The official version:

    The newborn girl found abandoned in a trash can in Doha’s Hamad International Airport (HIA) on October 2 has Asian parents, Qatar’s Public Prosecution said on Monday, according to a statement carried by official Qatar News Agency (QNA).

    The infant was found in a plastic bag inside a trash can in one of the toilets in the Departures Lounge at HIA. After being provided with immediate medical attention she was transferred to a childcare centre in Qatar.

    The Public Prosecution’s statement with communication numbers 5689 and 6457 for 2020 - Capital Security Department – described the incident of finding the infant and the violations of the Judicial Police Officers at HIA.


    “Investigations revealed that the infant's mother, who holds the nationality of an Asian country, had a relationship with another person of the nationality of one of the Asian countries as well, and resulted in the infant that was found.

    “The mother, while leaving the country, threw the newborn in the trash can in one of the toilets in the Departures Lounge at the airport and boarded the plane to her destination.

    “The father of the infant admitted he had a relationship with the infant's mother, and that she had sent him a message and photo of the new-born infant immediately after her birth. The mother said she had thrown the infant and fled to her country. The defendants’ DNA were identical to that of the infant when examined.


    “Airport security performed its legal duty when searching for the perpetrator, however, some employees violated the procedures, summoning female medical staff at the airport to conduct external examination of female passengers, prior to them being allowed to depart for their destination.


    “As soon as the Public Prosecution office was informed of the incident, the Public Prosecutor conducted extensive investigations, with all police agencies and specialised technical experts, to gather the facts of the two incidents: the disposal of the newborn infant in a trash can; and the violations by some employees; to determine what potential crimes were committed, arrest those responsible and bring them to criminal prosecution.


    “The investigation plan was based on summoning all relevant agencies or employees who worked at the crime scene area at the airport and questioning those in charge of the Airport Security Department, Civil Aviation Control Tower, Airport Administration, and DNA examination. The Public Prosecution office also reviewed all correspondence and reports that officials working at the airport exchanged with others at that time and those reviewing the content of surveillance cameras, audio recordings and phones.


    “Extensive investigations revealed that some employees of the Airport Security Department acted unilaterally by summoning female medical staff to conduct external examination of some female passengers, thinking that what they had done was within the law as they are Judicial Police Officers authorised in investigating the circumstances of the crime.


    “The Public Prosecution notes that the violations committed by some employees of the Airport Security Department are against the law and are punishable under the Qatari Penal Code with penalties of a maximum of three years.


    “The Public Prosecution also notes that the crime of attempting to kill a newborn infant immediately after her birth and in the circumstances in which she was found is one of the most heinous crimes against human values, as well as punishable under the Qatari Penal Code with a maximum penalty of 15 years. The Public Prosecution is taking the appropriate legal action with international judicial co-operation to arrest the fugitive convict.


    “Accordingly, the Public Prosecutor ordered that the convicts - those who threw the newborn infant in the trash can and the Judicial Police Officers who violated laws and regulations - be presented to the Criminal Court to receive a penalty for what they had committed,” the statement added.
    Newborn abandoned at HIA has Asian parents: Public Prosecution

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    Doha: The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has welcomed the public Prosecution’s statement regarding the finding of a newborn girl at Hamad International Airport.

    The Committee appreciated the efforts made by the competent authorities to uncover the mystery surrounding that incident, in addition to the emergency and medical measures taken by government entities to save the girl’s life.

    Commenting on this, Maryam bint Abdullah Al Attiyah, Secretary-General of the NHRC said: “The statement of the Public Prosecution revealed the ambiguity of the incident and emphasised the individual abuses and actions regarding the measures taken against some female travelers.”


    The Committee also called on the competent authorities to exert more care, for the girl child and provide all kinds of special care for her, based on local laws and the Convention on the Rights of the Child adopted by the United Nations in 1989.


    NHRC welcomes statement on HIA infant incident - The Peninsula Qatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    The Committee also called on the competent authorities to exert more care, for the girl child and provide all kinds of special care for her, based on local laws and the Convention on the Rights of the Child adopted by the United Nations in 1989.
    And stop bombing infants in Yemen too

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