After a social mishap in Afghanisthan by an Army Major, another mishap from USA is going to explode soon. Will the Indian Government please hand over this fugitive person who is on the run from US, after trying to force his Indian girlfriend to have an abortion? He has been charged with felonies, misdemeanours, etc in the US, to his Indian girlfriend of 10 years.
Wisconsin Man Who Tried to Force Girlfriend to Have Abortion Still at Large
Appleton, WI. 01 January 2009. The Wisconsin man who nearly forced his girlfriend to have an abortion and fled the country after he was charged with the act is still on the lam. Manish Patel appears to have fled the country back to his native India after posting $750,000 in bond that he raised from friends, family and businesses associates.
He is accused of obtaining the dangerous RU 486 abortion drug from India and putting it in the drink of his girlfriend, Darshana Patel, who is not related to him.
Darshana never drank the concoction but turned it over to authorities after suspecting foul play. Tests revealed the presence of the mifepristone abortion drug.
Criminal charges in connection with the case will stay open until he returns or is extradited back to the United States to face trial. He has been charged with attempted first-degree homicide of an unborn child, six other felonies and two misdemeanors.
Authorities in the case say they hope they will be able to find Patel in India and get local officials to extradite him to the U.S. for prosecution.
The charges partly come under a state law pro-life advocates pushed for to provide protection and justice for pregnant women and their unborn children when they are victims of attack.
Wisconsin’s Fetal Homicide Law was enacted in 1998.
The law recognizes unborn children as separate victims when they are killed or injured as the result of violence directed toward the unborn child’s mother or the unborn child by a third party. The law applies regardless of the gestational age of the unborn child.
In July, Outagamie County Circuit Judge John Des Jardins agreed to give Darshana $6,200 of the bond money Patel posted but held off on providing other funds because of further paperwork needed to make the rest of the expenses part of the court record.
Darshana’s attorney, former state attorney general Peg Lautenschlager, said the requirements put in place by the court make it so Darshana will not be able to seek any more restitution, even though she’d had to take extra security measures to protect herself with Manish Patel at large.
According to the Appleton Crescent, Darshana told the court during this latest hearing that Manish Patel ruined her financially.