The Telegraph reports on a pregnant Italian mother who, having flown to England for a two-week training had a panic attack which lead to hospitalization. Five weeks later she was forcibly sedated; her baby was taken by caesarean section and eventually put up for adoption despite a judge’s acknowledgment that she was impressively articulate when she was medicated.
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