Over at Larvatus Prodeo a well-known anti-abortion blogger has posted a link to an article about the death of an American teenager after taking RU-486. There is no gloss but the message of the link is clearly meant to be "someone died after taking it, therefore it should be banned". The flaw in logic here is obvious, since there's no necessary 'therefore' about it, and most of the rest of the commenters on the thread make the point that if one's concern about RU-486 really is its safety, then the control of the drug by the TGA ought to be supported rather than opposed.
The link, in the ninth comment on this thread, is titled 'Teen dies after abortion drug'.
If one were to take the implied logic of this post to its logical conclusion, think what could come of such headlines as the following:
Patient dies after taking cancer treatment
Infant dies after taking polio drops
Man dies after taking Viagra
Man dies after taking part in 100m race
Boy dies after taking ride at Disney World
Motorcyclist dies after taking sharp turn
Teenager dies after taking mother’s car
Ban them! Ban them all!