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Video inspired from a book sends subliminal anti-abortion message
Murder Musiq, a novel about using hypnotic music to commit murders, releases the title track and its gory images of abortions & cadavers bring a morbid feeling to their dance tune.
The title track Hocus Pocus -- created by Chicago house-music legend, DJ Slugo -- was debuted on You-Tube with a video that portrayed the autopsy of Tupac Shakur, portraits of Dr. Kevorkian (the assisted death doctor), and, off all things, images of bloody aborted fetus followed by the slogan "Abortion is murder".
Upon the video's release, viewers & critics focused in on the abortion scene with feelings that ranged from support, to confusion, to appalling. But in every case each viewer agreed that the image was undeniable.
One viewer posted, "I couldn't stop thinking that my son was born premature and he was the same size as the image of the child who was aborted. Regardless if you choose to admit it, that fetus was a life created."
Neither DJ Slugo, Oak Summers (the author), or the representitve for Krusader Publishing had a comment about the image. However, the publisher has decided not to withdraw the video citing freedom of expression.
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