You still haven't answered a direct question from me(nor has Rose).Don't try to define anyone else's mindset; you aren't smart enough.
It was born dead; it's not that hard to understand. You have no idea if the woman is pro-choice or not; we know she chose to keep the pregnancy to term. And YES, a woman who gives birth usually expects to have a live baby as the result, which can be very traumatic when it doesn't happen.
I never said she NEEDED therapy. I don't make that determination; a therapist would. The judge had more of the facts in front of him than we did, and ordered an evaluation (a judge is not qualified to demand a course of treatment outside of addiction.)
How people dispose of a corpse has varied for centuries, and everyone sees it differently. In this case, I can see an act of extreme grief and denial; it's not the first time a distraught person has tied to make a disappointment go away. It has nothing to do with abortion, except in your tiny, obsessive brain.
I am not the one "trying to define anyones elses mindset". YOU are by agreeing that this specific who lkst a fetus should. In your above post here ^^ You also came to a conclusion that this womans situation was an extreme grief and denial" case. What lead you to that conclusion with such lack of info on her story?