Abortion Doctors Could Be Extradited to Maryland


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January 04, 2012

Abortion Doctors Could Be Extradited to Maryland

One of the two abortion doctors indicted in Elkton on murder charges under the state’s fetal homicide law may not fight extradition and could soon be brought from New Jersey to Maryland, according to the Cecil County State’s Attorney. Dr. Steven Chase Brigham, 55, of Voorhees, N.J., is being held on $3 million bail in Camden County and an arraignment hearing is scheduled. He is charged with five counts of first-degree murder and other charges in Maryland. Read more…
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Mexico City – For The Second Time In Two Days, Mexico’s Supreme Court


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September 30, 2011

Mexico City – For The Second Time In Two Days, Mexico’s Supreme Court

has let stand a state right-to-life amendment that severely limits abortions. Thursday’s decision involves Mexico’s north-central state of San Luis Potosi. The court upheld a similar measure in Baja California on Wednesday. The Pro-Life Industry vs. the Pro-Life Ministry- Brian Rohrbough
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BR001 Price: $20.00 Brian Rohrbough, head of ?American Right To Life,? gives what is, without a doubt, one of the more compelling and moving pro-life presentations you will ever see. Brian?s son Daniel was murdered at Columbine High School.
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Children of Sperm Donors May Have Many Siblings As the number of children born through artificial insemination increases, many young people are discovering they have several or even dozens of half siblings in the world, reports today’s Science Times.”>Click Here For The Full Story…

http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/world/mexico-court-upholds-2nd-state-right-to-life-1887203.html

Posted by Editor at September 30, 2011 01:30 AM

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Mexico City — For The Second Time In Two Days, Mexico’s Supreme Court


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September 30, 2011

Mexico City — For The Second Time In Two Days, Mexico’s Supreme Court

Mexico City — For The Second Time In Two Days, Mexico’s Supreme Court has let stand a state right-to-life amendment that severely limits abortions. Thursday’s decision involves Mexico’s north-central state of San Luis Potosi. The court upheld a similar measure in Baja California on Wednesday. The Pro-Life Industry vs. the Pro-Life Ministry- Brian Rohrbough
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BR001 Price: $20.00 Brian Rohrbough, head of ?American Right To Life,? gives what is, without a doubt, one of the more compelling and moving pro-life presentations you will ever see. Brian?s son Daniel was murdered at Columbine High School.
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Children of Sperm Donors May Have Many Siblings As the number of children born through artificial insemination increases, many young people are discovering they have several or even dozens of half siblings in the world, reports today’s Science Times.”>Click Here For The Full Story…

http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/world/mexico-court-upholds-2nd-state-right-to-life-1887203.html

Posted by Editor at September 30, 2011 01:28 AM

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Pentagon: Filthy Damned Sodomites Can Begin Serving Openly In The U.S.Military


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September 29, 2011

Pentagon: Filthy Damned Sodomites Can Begin Serving Openly In The U.S.Military

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“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is no more. When the clock struck midnight today, the nearly 18-year-old policy that barred gay and lesbian service members from serving openly in the military was fully repealed.As part of the repeal, the Defense Department plans to issue new guidelines and regulations to the military services informing them that the ban is no longer in effect. They will be posted on the Pentagon’s website, along with a quick reference guide that includes the most frequently asked questions about what will change with repeal.Aside from the guidelines, the Pentagon is taking a low-key approach to the end of the policy that led to the discharge of almost 13,000 service members over its lifetime. Aside from a news conference where Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen will discuss the change in policy, no other official DOD events are planned. Click Here For The Full Story……Click Here For The Full Story…

Posted by Editor at September 29, 2011 09:45 PM

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Pro-Life News: Bachelor Generation ‘Threatens China’s Stability’

July 22, 2005

Bachelor Generation ‘Threatens China’s Stability’

China will have more than 23 million men unable to find wives by 2020 because so many more boys are being born than girls, according to a study. The widespread practice of aborting female foetuses is being blamed for creating a generation of bachelors who will pose increasing social problems, it says. These men are known as “bare branches” because they will never bear fruit. History suggests that they will give rise to higher crime rates and political instability. Their number might encourage China to become more authoritarian or seek an outlet for their energies through war. Posted by Editor at July 22, 2005 11:33 AM

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Abortifacient Morning-After Drug Will Get Vote?


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July 21, 2005

Abortifacient Morning-After Drug Will Get Vote?

Planned Parenthood CEO says widespread availability of abortifacient pill will lower the number of surgical abortions
Women may have a new choice for contraception by early this fall. The Food and Drug Administration announced last Friday that it will decide by September 1 whether to allow nationwide over-the-counter sales of the abortifacient Plan B, or the “morning-after” pill. Planned Parenthood of Idaho dispenses an average of over 100 abortifacient morning-after pill prescriptions per week, according to President and CEO Rebecca Poedy. The company, Planned Parenthood, is the leading provider of such prescriptions nationwide, and estimates that more widespread availability of the drug could prevent 1.7 million unintended pregnancies and 800,000 surgical abortions each year. Posted by Editor at July 21, 2005 07:12 AM

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Senate Approves Crawford to Head FDA


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July 21, 2005

Senate Approves Crawford to Head FDA

WASHINGTON — The Senate confirmed on Monday the nomination of Lester Crawford to serve as the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, an agency that has been roundly criticized in recent years for its drug-safety monitoring. Crawford’s nomination had been put on hold for several months by lawmakers from both parties. The administration promised their concerns would be addressed, in particular those about an abortifacient birth control pill called Plan B. The administration said the FDA would decide by Sept. 1 whether the pill could be sold without a prescription. Posted by Editor at July 21, 2005 07:11 AM

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Souter In Roberts Clothing


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July 21, 2005

Souter In Roberts Clothing

“We don’t know much about John Roberts. Stealth nominees have never turned out to be a pleasant surprise for conservatives. Never. Not ever… Oh, yeah…we know he’s argued cases before the supreme court. big deal; so has Larry Flynt’s attorney. And it makes no difference that conservatives in the White House are assuring us Roberts can be trusted. We got the exact same assurances from officials working for the last president Bush about David Hackett Souter. I believe their exact words were, “Read our lips; Souter’s a reliable conservative.” It means absolutely nothing that NARAL and Planned Parenthood attack him: They also attacked Sandra Day O’Connor, Anthony Kennedy and David Hackett Souter. The only way a Supreme Court nominee could win the approval of NARAL and Planned Parenthood would be to actually perform an abortion during his confirmation hearing, live, on camera, and preferably a partial-birth one.” Posted by Editor at July 21, 2005 07:49 AM

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Roberts’ wife worked for Feminists for Life


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July 21, 2005

Roberts’ wife worked for Feminists for Life

Pro-aborts are a tad riled up after reading a post referring to another post at redstate.org which claims that Roberts’ wife used to be the Executive Vice President of Feminists For Life… a Pro-Life organization. As it turns out- the claim is completely true. Jane Sullivan Roberts was part of the org in 1998 and 1999. I’m not finding any info about when or why she left, but we at least know she was pro-life.

Spouse Strives to End Abortion
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Jane Sullivan Roberts has served as an executive vice president with Feminists for Life of America Inc., has provided legal assistance to the organization and has been recognized as a financial contributor who has donated from $1,000 to $2,500. Posted by Editor at July 21, 2005 07:50 AM

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Woman in Northern Ireland Pregnant With First ‘Designer’ Baby


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December 06, 2004

Woman in Northern Ireland Pregnant With First ‘Designer’ Baby

A mother pregnant with the first “designer” baby conceived as a donor for a sick sibling was resting at home in Northern Ireland last night. Julie and Joe Fletcher, from Moira, Co Down, are said to be delighted at the selection of an embryo to donate stem cells to their two-year-old son Joshua. A family friend said: “They are very happy but still cautious because of how early in the pregnancy it is. They are not shouting it from the rooftops. It is too early to celebrate as a third of all pregnancies self-terminate in the early weeks.” Posted by Editor at December 6, 2004 07:58 PM

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Rudolph lawyers claim contamination by feds


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November 05, 2004

Rudolph lawyers claim contamination by feds

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (AP) — Lawyers for serial bombing suspect Eric Rudolph tried to show Thursday that federal agents — not Rudolph — may have spread traces of explosives from a deadly abortion clinic bombing in Alabama to his North Carolina home.

Prosecutors have said that eyewitnesses and traces of explosives found in Rudolph’s home, including on a towel and chair, link him to the 1998 Birmingham bombing that killed a police officer and critically injured a nurse.

However, under defense questioning during an evidentiary hearing Thursday, agents Richard Strobel and Gregory P. Czarnopys of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives both said they did not swab their hands to check for such traces before searching Rudolph’s trailer.

Czarnopys also testified that the explosive element used in the bomb and found in Rudolph’s home was easily spread. Czarnopys said he changed clothes and showered between leaving the scene at the Birmingham clinic and searching Rudolph’s home, which would have removed any traces of explosives. Strobel and Czarnopys also testified they wore special suits during the search to prevent any contamination of potential evidence.

Captured last year in North Carolina after more than five years on the run, Rudolph has pleaded not guilty in the federal case, which goes to trial in the spring. He faces the death penalty if convicted.

Rudolph is also accused in the fatal Olympic park bombing in Atlanta in 1996 and two more bombings in Atlanta in 1997.

Earlier in the hearing, a prosecution witness testified that Rudolph, while a fugitive, told a family friend that the government was trying to frame him for the blast.

FBI agent Joel A. Moss testified Wednesday that Rudolph professed his innocence when he showed up at George Nordmann’s home looking for supplies more than five months after the bombing.

Nordmann told agents that he provided Rudolph with food and other items to help him remain on the run. Nordmann was not charged with any crime.

http://www.cnn.com/2004/LAW/11
/05/eric.rudolph.ap/index.html

Posted by Editor at November 5, 2004 09:07 AM

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Eric Rudolph defense questions sketch


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December 06, 2004

Eric Rudolph defense questions sketch

By Jay Reeves / The Associated Press

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) – Defense lawyers want to know if the government was worried that a 1998 sketch of fugitive FBI sketch of Eric Robert Rudolph. bombing suspect Eric Rudolph made him look too much like Jesus.

In a recent court filing, Rudolph’s attorneys asked prosecutors to hand over any evidence of alterations to composite drawings or photographs of Rudolph to make him appear “unsympathetic or malevolent” to the public.

Authorities denied that any such changes were made.

Rudolph has pleaded not guilty to the bombing of a Birmingham abortion clinic that killed a policeman and critically injured a nurse. He is also accused in the deadly bombing at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. He was captured in May 2003 foraging outside a grocery store after more than five years as a fugitive. He is jailed without bond and his death penalty trial is scheduled for next spring.

The defense lawyers’ request was based on a government behavioral assessment of the then-fugitive dated July 26, 1998, six months after the abortion clinic bombing. The defense quoted the assessment as saying that a composite sketch of a long-haired, bearded Rudolph “makes him appear handsome and sympathetic.” According to the defense, the government document continued: “His picture resembles a common likeness of Jesus. Since the accuracy of a composite is of no great evidentiary or investigate concern now, as we already know who he is and his photo has been published, we suggest making subtle changes to the sketch, emphasizing a degree of gauntness, stress, intensity and, with those, malevolence.

“A few subtle strokes of the artist’s pen could accomplish this, and the updated sketch be re-released,” the defense quotes the document as saying. The author of the quoted material is not named.

It is unclear whether any changes were made in the Rudolph sketches as suggested. The government did release two different Rudolph sketches – one of which depicted him with a slightly more intense, darker appearance – but both were apparently released at least several days before the change was suggested.

Prosecutors have not responded to the defense request filed Nov. 22, but an evidentiary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 8.

Rudolph’s attorneys have previously argued that the government waged a media campaign to create a negative public image of Rudolph.

The government in July 1998 released two versions of a Rudolph sketch created by Marla Lawson, a forensic artist with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. One drawing was black and white; the other was in color and made his face appear lighter, with a wisp of a grin.

GBI spokesman John Bankhead said Tuesday the black-and-white sketch was done for the FBI and released before the color version, which Lawson did later as a prop during television interviews about her work. He said both were based on a witness description of Rudolph, not any desire to make the fugitive appear more threatening.

Both sketches were made public at least six days before the date on the government document that suggested changes to the composite.

http://www.nynewsday.com/news/nationworld/nation/wire/sns
-ap-eric-rudolph,0,858253.story?coll=sns-ap-nation-headlines

Posted by Editor at December 6, 2004 06:24 PM

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AG Protects Child Sex Predators


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December 02, 2004

AG Protects Child Sex Predators

Lockyer Says Parents Cannot Know
If Students Leave For Medical Treatment

California Atty. Gen. Bill Lockyer said that school districts have no right telling parents their children are leaving campus to receive confidential medical treatment. This opinion overturns recent movements at local levels to overturn so-called “medical emancipation” statutes that allow California minors to disappear from school campuses to seek medical attention.

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California Attorney General Issues Controversial Opinion
California Attorney General Bill Lockyer published his advisory opinion yesterday alleging that a school district is forbidden to provide prior notice to parents, or require parental consent, when a student leaves school to obtain “confidential medical services” (e.g., to obtain an abortion).

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Pro-Life News: Make women view ultrasounds before abortions, MP suggests

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November 05, 2004

Make women view ultrasounds before abortions, MP suggests

South Australian Family First MP Andrew Evans is considering introducing a Bill to force women to look at an ultrasound image of their foetus before they undergo an abortion. Mr Evans says it should be an ethical requirement to show the image and he believes it would lead to more women deciding not to have their pregnancy terminated. “Where they’ve used it in America … when the woman sees that little baby they find it very hard to go ahead with an abortion,” he said. Posted by Editor at November 5, 2004 11:07 PM

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Bush Warned Against Pro-Life Judges


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November 04, 2004

Bush Warned Against Pro-Life Judges

PHILADELPHIA — The Republican expected to chair the Senate Judiciary Committee next year bluntly warned newly re-elected President Bush on Wednesday against putting forth Supreme Court nominees who would seek to overturn abortion rights or are otherwise too conservative to win confirmation. Sen. Arlen Specter, fresh from winning a fifth term in Pennsylvania, also said the current Supreme Court now lacks legal “giants” on the bench. “When you talk about judges who would change the right of a woman to choose, overturn Roe v. Wade, I think that is unlikely,” Specter said, referring to the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. Posted by Editor at November 4, 2004 11:41 AM

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Reid to investigate illegal abortion claims


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October 12, 2004

Reid to investigate illegal abortion claims

UK Health secretary John Reid has promised to investigate claims that the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is helping women obtain abortions after the 24 week limit. The allegations have emerged following an investigation by the Sunday Telegraph, which claims that one of its reporters was referred by the service to a clinic in Spain that is prepared to carry out abortions after the legal limit. Posted by Editor at October 12, 2004 08:17 PM

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Prosecutors: Rudolph arrested properly


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October 12, 2004

Prosecutors: Rudolph arrested properly

By Val Walton / The Birmingham News

Eric Robert Rudolph’s statements to police after he was found behind a North Carolina supermarket can be used during his trial because his arrest was legal, prosecutors contend.

The government said officers had sufficient cause to arrest Rudolph, who had a flashlight and binoculars and told officers he was a homeless man named Jerry Wilson.

“The officers possessed more than enough information to reasonably suspect that Rudolph was either a burglar, trespasser or fugitive from justice,” prosecutors argued in a court filing Friday.

Rudolph was arrested May 31, 2003, in Murphy, N.C., after eluding law enforcement for five years. He is jailed without bond in the Jefferson County jail awaiting trial in May on charges he bombed a Southside abortion clinic, killing an off-duty police officer and critically injuring a nurse. Rudolph has pleaded not guilty.

In a Sept. 20 motion, Rudolph’s lawyers question the 41 minutes of Rudolph’s detention after he was found at 3:30 a.m. among milk crates. He was ordered at gunpoint to lie on the ground and was handcuffed. His lawyers question whether police actions were legal and if any statements he made should be kept out of his trial.

The government disputes the defense claims. Prosecutors said they intend to present some statements Rudolph made on his lack of a need for a Social Security number or identification, and his purpose for being behind the supermarket.

The filing also details Rudolph’s actions when he was found and how police determined he was not a homeless man who had hitchhiked to Murphy from Ohio, but the man who was wanted in the abortion clinic bombing.

The government’s filing said Rudolph acknowledged his true identity after officers took him to jail and studied a computer printout of a wanted poster.

The filing said Rudolph laughed and said something to the effect of, “I’m Eric Robert Rudolph. You’ve got me.”

http://www.al.com/news/birminghamnews/
index.ssf?/base/news/109757257633170.xml

Posted by Editor at October 12, 2004 05:30 PM

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Officials: Rudolph bought supplies after link to blast


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October 07, 2004

Officials: Rudolph bought supplies after link to blast

By Val Walton / The Birmingham News

Eric Robert Rudolph, minutes after he knew he was linked to a January 1998 abortion clinic bombing, bought a fast-food dinner and stocked up on supplies as he prepared to hide from law officers in Murphy, N.C., prosecutors said in court filings.

One day after the bombing on Birmingham’s Southside, Rudolph learned through news coverage that he had been linked to the blast that killed an off-duty police officer and seriously injured a clinic nurse. Less than an hour later he was eating a Burger King dinner; 15 minutes later he headed to a supermarket and bought 14 containers of oatmeal, nine cans of green beans, seven packs of batteries, eight containers of nuts, eight cans of tuna fish, soap, and eight containers of raisins.

Federal prosecutors outlined his actions in a filing as they try to show that evidence seized during searches of Rudolph’s property should be used against him. They contend he gave up any rights to privacy when he fled into the North Carolina wilderness.

“A reasonable person can conclude that Rudolph heard that law enforcement was looking for him in connection with the bombing, and he was buying his last supplies before he fled,” the filing said. “Rudolph then slipped out into the mountain wilderness surrounding Murphy, and would remain hiding there for more than five years.”

Rudolph’s attorneys want a judge to bar from his May 2005 trial any evidence seized through several search warrants used to comb Rudolph’s mobile home and a storage shed. They contend the search warrants were too general and violated his right to be protected from unreasonable search and seizure.

Prosecutors outline how the warrants were obtained through federal judges while agents set up surveillance at Rudolph’s trailer and the shed he rented.

Prosecutors said they intend to introduce at his trial items that fall within the scope of the search warrants, including two sales receipt that show the purchase of gloves, wooden dowels and other items known to be used in constructing bombs. The filing say prosecutors also intend to introduce a black Bible, covered with handwritten notes and scribblings, as well as 24 books, three Duncan Oil sales receipts, guns, daggers, bayonets and $1,600 cash.

The filing said the name on the Duncan Oil account closely resembled an alias used by Rudolph.

The filing said Rudolph came out of the woods July 7, 1998, and made an unannounced visit to the home of G.N., an acquaintance. The filing does not identify G.N.

George Nordmann had reported Rudolph’s visit and said the fugitive had been living on 500 calories a day and needed to gain some weight.

Rudolph also told G.N. that before he fled he had hatched a plan in case he needed to evade officers, the filing said. Rudolph told G.N. that he had provided false information about where he would hide in the mountains to one of his friends, identified as R.C., because he believed R.C. would supply this information to authorities.

Rudolph said he believed his plan was working because he understood R.C. was feeding the information to a deputy.

Five years later, Rudolph was arrested by Murphy police after he was spotted, dressed in a camouflage jacket and gray jogging shoes, crouching in an alley near the back of a grocery store loading dock. He initially told officers he was a homeless man from Ohio who was hungry and looking for food.

http://www.al.com/news/birminghamnews/
index.ssf?/base/news/1097140533201740.xml

Posted by Editor at October 7, 2004 05:20 PM

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Couple Abort Twins


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October 11, 2004

Couple Abort Twins

Capital Murder Case Tests Law
The capital murder case of an Angelina County man charged with helping his girlfriend in an at-home abortion may be among the first to test a state law written to protect unborn babies. Gerardo Flores, 19, faces two counts of capital murder and two counts of felony murder in the deaths of his two unborn sons. Police say Flores and his 16-year-old girlfriend conspired on May 6 to cause their twins’ deaths. After first accusing Flores of beating up his girlfriend and causing the babies’ deaths, police now say he allegedly stepped on her stomach with the mother’s consent. Killing a child in its mother’s womb is a capital crime in Texas and across the nation. But that’s only if the death fits the crime, according to new federal and state laws. As with federal law, Texas law exempts mothers and doctors. State law also protects against legal drug dispensing or administration that might result in an unborn child’s death. If a mother intentionally kills her unborn child, she is safe from prosecution.

Defense attorney Ryan Deaton is representing Flores in his capital murder trial. In a motion Deaton filed in the case, he argues singling out his client for prosecution while excusing the mother violates Constitutional equal protection rights. Flores’ girlfriend allegedly admitted to hitting herself several times during her pregnancy to try to lose the babies, Deaton said. An autopsy report stated the babies were dead 24 hours before they were born, Deaton said, proving there was no way to determine exactly how they died, or who killed them. Deaton said the law was “hypocritical” to prosecute women for harming their unborn children, but not for killing them.

Posted by Editor at October 11, 2004 08:52 PM

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Peroutka-Baldwin ad blitz!


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October 07, 2004

Peroutka-Baldwin ad blitz!

Peroutka-Baldwin Launches New National
Television, Radio & Print Ad Campaign

PASADENA, Md. — Michael A. Peroutka and Dr. Chuck Baldwin — the Constitution Party presidential and vice-presidential nominees — are proud to announce the launch of their new television, radio and print ad campaign. The ads focus on the main themes of the campaign: honoring God, protecting the family and preserving the Republic. The campaign, which launched this week, includes 18 new television ads that will air in eight states now until Election Day, Nov. 2, 2004. Additionally, the campaign has released 18 new radio ads and several print ads.

Two of the TV ads are designed for the MTV generation and feature the animated character “Chad,” which implores voters not to let their vote “get wasted” this November by voting for President George W. Bush or Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.). Other ads address a range of topics vital to America’s continued security, growth and success, including immigration, abortion, national sovereignty, Constitutional restoration and protecting the family.

Targeted states for the television ads include Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia and Washington, D.C. The campaign is currently reviewing several other states for possible media campaigns.

The radio ads are airing nationally on XM Satellite radio, on Stan Monteith’s syndicated radio show and on the 50,000-watt, non-directional powerhouse WHO AM 1040 based in Des Moines, Iowa. Radio ads are also airing in Alabama and Colorado. Full-page print ads are running in several outlets including Business Reform Magazine, The American Conservative, Human Events Newspaper and The Washington Times Weekly Edition.

“Many Americans are planning on voting for George Bush because they either truly believe, or at least hope, he is a conservative who will represent and defend those pro-life and pro-family values that comprise the moral fabric of our society,” observed Peroutka. “Still others plan on voting for John Kerry because they no longer believe in our current leadership and think Kerry will bring real change to the White House.

“As our new ads will show, if Americans want a president who will take substantive action to end abortion, preserve the sanctity of marriage between one man and one woman, defend our country from threats — foreign and domestic — and who will restore our Republic to its constitutional foundation, then Peroutka-Baldwin is the only choice that will not result in a wasted vote this November,” concluded Peroutka.

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Posted by Editor at October 7, 2004 05:58 PM

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