UK Court Orders Forced Abortion On Woman

Oct 16, 2019 by

from SPUC: UK doctors are to perform a surgical abortion on a woman with learning difficulties without her consent, a Court of Protection judge has ruled. The Court of Protection in London heard how an unidentified woman in her twenties, has the ‘mental capacity of a toddler’ and is believed to be 12 weeks pregnant. The judge has ordered a surgical abortion to be performed on the woman later this week, after hospital bosses urged the court to authorize the termination. Mr Justice Williams has...

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Jury riveted by testimony on abortion industry horrors in Planned Parenthood body parts civil trial

Oct 15, 2019 by

by Lianne Laurence, LifeSite: Testimony from a longtime pro-life advocate about the grisly reality of the  abortion industry riveted jurors in the Planned Parenthood baby body parts RICO trial now taking place in San Francisco. Planned Parenthood Federation of America brought the suit after the Center for Medical Progress released undercover videos in 2015 exposing the abortion giant’s trafficking in aborted baby body parts. PPFA and 10 affiliates are now accusing five individuals connected...

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Parents of kids with Down’s syndrome are the lucky few

Oct 12, 2019 by

by Sally Phillips, Metro: This week a mother successfully sued the NHS in the high court for failing to identify that her baby had Down’s syndrome. Ms Mordel said it would have been better if her baby did not exist than ‘suffer as disabled people suffer’, so had the Down’s syndrome been confirmed, she would have terminated her child. My eldest son, Olly, has the same genetic make-up as the child at the centre of this case, yet everything about it feels alien to me. […] I’m nervous the...

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Infanticide: Live Organ Harvesting Commonplace in US Abortion Mills

Oct 12, 2019 by

by Stephen Wynne, Church Militant: Bombshell testimony from the trial of Center for Medical Progress undercover journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt has revealed that infanticide is commonplace inside U.S. abortion mills. Earlier this month, attorneys for Daleiden submitted a closing argument brief detailing that live births are occurring inside the facilities and that these newborns are routinely killed — their organs harvested while still alive. Describing Daleiden’s research...

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UK courts ‘becoming abortion activists’

Oct 12, 2019 by

by Roger Kiska, Christian Legal Centre: A High Court in Belfast recently ruled, in a case brought by Sarah Ewart in her own name, that Northern Ireland’s law protecting the unborn child was incompatible with current human rights obligations in relation to fatal fetal abnormality. Today’s ruling should worry us all as it represents an egregious case of judicial activism. Several points bear analysis: 1. Judicial activism gives birth to even more judicial activism In June 2018, the Supreme Court...

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Why is Stella Creasy shutting down debate?

Oct 11, 2019 by

by Paul Embery, UnHerd: Stella Creasy is a high-profile elected public official; a member of parliament; a lawmaker who wields far more clout than most of us could ever dream of. As an architect of legislation designed to end restrictions on abortion in Northern Ireland, Creasy has found herself on the end of some rough stuff from pro-life campaigners. As Elizabeth Oldfield so elegantly noted last week, the debate around abortion inflames passions and polarises opinion. For as long as one side...

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