Emmy Kiecker wept Monday in Winnebago County Court during a preliminary hearing for Ozment as she gave the details of the crash that resulted in the death of her fetus. She was five months along with a normal pregnancy at the time of the crash, according to the testimony.
Ozment, 22, was driving a car south on County H near River Trail Drive in the Town of Wolf River when he came around a curve in the road, lost control of his vehicle and zigzagged into the front driver portion of Kiecker's car.
The Washington Post editorial board is wailing about Virginia new abortion regulations. They think it is "already hard" to get an abortion in a state where 26,000 abortions were performed last year.
Pro-choice columnist Ellen Goodman was dis-invited from speaking at a Catholic college in Pennsylvania because of her abortion views.
St. Francis University in Loretto, Pa., has canceled a lecture on civility by the syndicated columnist Ellen Goodman after an advocacy group called attention to her strong public support for abortion rights.
"After careful consideration, the university feels that the body of your work has reflected statements that are not in close enough alignment with some Catholic teachings and with the values and mission of the university as required for an event of this stature," provost Wayne Powel wrote to the Pulitzer Prize winner.