Friday, July 25, 2008

Life Links 7/25/08

The Students for Life group at Wayne State University is suing their university, claiming their free speech rights were violated because of Wayne State's policy on how student fees are spent.

Rapin Osathanondh, abortionist responsible for the death of Lauren Smith has plead not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.

Wesley Smith on what could be the end of the road for biotech company Advanced Cell Technology:
I have been very critical of Advanced Cell Technology, believing it to be a publicity seeking enterprise that used press releases to raise venture capital for morally problematic research into human cloning, ESC, the like, while at the same time, it tried to manipulate the political system to create an environment that would be conducive to it receiving taxpayer dollars. But now, that strategy may have reached the point of exhaustion. The company is apparently on the verge of going out of business.
ACT price per share is down to 2.5 cents.

A Wisconsin television station has a report on the case of a woman charged with homicide after letting her newborn daughter die. I wonder how pro-choicers who use the bodily autonomy argument to defend abortion feel about this case. It seems Indra Book didn't do anything to actively kill her daughter, she just didn't use her body to properly care for the child.

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