Nation’s Laws on Fetal Homicide Defy Logic and Decency

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Madness Sheer Madness

Have you heard about the murder of Baby Girl Skinner? On May 8 Tammy Skinner, 22, faced a judge in Suffolk, VA, to answer for a crime she committed last February. Tammy had called the police to report that she had been shot in the stomach and pushed out of her car. Police found blood and a gun. Tammy had been pregnant and her baby girl was due to be born later that day.

In time, Tammy confessed that she had shot herself in an effort to kill Baby Girl Skinner, which she did. Tammy was charged with inducing an abortion, but District Court Judge James Moore decided she couldn’t be charged with a crime since abortion is legal throughout all nine months of pregnancy and in every state of the union, and so what Tammy had done was simply to conducted a legal abortion on herself.

And since her baby did not have any rights, but Tammy had a perfectly legal right to kill her unborn child, Baby Girl Skinner, Tammy went free. After all, Baby Girl Skinner was only property. Tammy was not even charged with using a firearm, which is a felony in Virginia.

But the law could not be applied to her because it was not a felony to kill her nine-month old about-to-be-born baby.

Tammy was, however, charged with filing a false police report since she first said someone else had shot her. Someone else could have been charged with murder for killing the baby girl, but not Tammy.

One of the attorneys for the Commonwealth of Virginia, Phil Ferguson, said: “We are dealing with a woman who by her own hand killed her child on the day of its birth, a nine month fetus, and viable.”

Earlier, in a Texas jurisdiction, a young man, Jerry Flores, was charged with capital murder for killing unborn twins. Under the Texas Prenatal Protection Act, even though the mother asked him to kill them, he was guilty since the act defines an individual as “a human being who is alive, including an unborn child at every stage of gestation, from fertilization until birth.”

With laws that protect a mother from killing her child but sentence an accomplice, where is America heading? Deacon Keith Fournier of the Diocese of Richmond, VA submitted this information and said it is just one more evil action that makes clear that Roe must go. We agree wholeheartedly. The laws covering fetal destruction manifest the insanity of legal abortion.

Weddington’s Sick Advice to Clinton, 1992

A letter from lawyer Ron Weddington, husband of pro-abortion’s Sarah Weddington, who successfully argued the Roe v. Wade decision, authored a four page letter to President-elect Bill Clinton in 1992, urging him to help eliminate the “barely educated, unhealthy and poor” segment of our country by liberalizing abortion laws. The letter was discovered by Judicial Watch.

Weddington told Clinton: “I don’t think you are going to go very far in reforming the country until we have a better educated, healthier, wealthier population.” He suggested that Clinton persuade, rather than coerce. Weddington praised Clinton for waiting until his 30’s to have children, and then having only one. “That’s what sensible people do,” he chortled.

Weddington said America was a much better place since Roe v. Wade. El Sicko.

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