Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Life Links 9/8/10

Here comes the battle over the Dickey Amendment. Judge Royce Lamberth turned down the Obama's administration appeal for a stay on his ruling to prevent the federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research. In May, Wesley Smith noted that the current version of Diana DeGette's legislation to overturn the Dickey Amendment includes a false definition of human cloning.

The trial of abortionist Rapin Osathanondh has been delayed for another week. Osathandondh is charged with manslaughter after he negligence led to the death of Laura Hope Smith.

One of the Abortioneers laments times when her clinic has to turn women away for abortions because the woman is too far along and her child is too big for them to kill at their clinic.
It kinda sucks when someone is too far to be seen at the clinic and you have to turn them away. Of course, lots of effort goes into ensuring she can see another provider; but sometimes that means the patient has to wait several days or travel a long distance (possibly even out of state) to be seen.

The wife of Chen Guangcheng is reporting that her husband may be released by Chinese authorities. Chen Guangcheng is a blind activist who was jailed after uncovering a variety of human rights abuses including forced abortions and sterilizations.

In the UK, a man named Craig Connell has been sentenced to a year in prison after attempting to strangle his pregnant girlfriend. He also apparently attempted to force her to swallow abortion pills.

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