Women who have died:  Cree Erwin-Sheppard

Cree Erwin-Sheppard, a 24 year old, single Mother has passed away on the morning of July 4th, 2016.

Ms. Erwin decided to end the life of her baby on the 30th of June, 2016. After the procedure she experienced an agonising pain. Two days later, after the abortion Ms. Erwin arrived at the emergency room, complaining about the horrendous abdominal pain that she was experiencing. Nonetheless, she was discharged the next day even though the ultrasound scan showed clotting and the body parts of the baby still remaining in her uterus. The report stated that “the patient’s symptoms and work-up results were consistent with an incomplete miscarriage and pelvic pain”. Given some pain medication she was told to go home and wait after the holiday weekend to see the abortionist.

Cree Erwin-Sheppard went back to her Mother’s house and her “ice-cold” body was discovered on the 4th of July, just after midnight.  

The young mother died of "complications of intrauterine pregnancy, including (with lay translations in parentheses) pulmonary emboli (blood clots in the lungs) related to uterine vein thrombosis (blood clot in the uterus) and uterine perforation status post early vacuum aspiration (abortion) and intrauterine contraceptive device placement (placement of an IUD)," says the heavily-redacted death certificate.

"If she felt overwhelmed and needed somebody to take the baby, more than a few of us would have volunteered," the victim’s brother said . "She made the wrong decision, and we lost a loved one because of it." Tyler Sheppard has turned pro-life after his beloved sister’s death and advocated strongly for the cause.

Planned Parenthood "is in survival mode right now," he told The Daily Wire. "That would be admitting some kind of fault; them admitting guilt and fault would force them to maybe have to close," Of course, Planned Parenthood did not take accountability for the young woman’s death. Mr. Sheppard’s aim has overturned realising that they won’t be able to hold the abortion giant accountable, instead he says: "I just want it to let it be known what they did, so everyone else will be aware."

"If I could help at least one person avoid the fate of my sister, it will all be worth it," he added.

R.I.P Cree Erwin-Sheppard & her baby