Man Sentenced to Ten Years of Prison for an Abortion
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(03-23-2011, 12:59 PM)Revixit Wrote: If your statement "On Monday the Court of Coburg condemned the Doctor to ten years of prison and 20,000 Euros damages, for attempted murder" is correct, then he is not "Sentenced to Ten Years of Prison for an Abortion" as you said in your subject line.

So it's rather odd that you say "someone's going to suggest that the Doctor wasn't actually sentenced for murdering his child but for endangering the life of his illicit sex partner," as if "someone" would be making a false suggestion about the facts of the case in saying that.

All who believe in the sanctity of life and hear about this case will think he should be going to prison for two terms, one for attempted murder of the woman and one for the murder of their unborn child but the fact is that the court has ignored the murder of the unborn child.  It is a terrible evil that the child's life is viewed as nothing but a widespread evil protected by law in many countries. 

If the woman had objected to his causing the death of her unborn baby, could he have been charged for the child's death under German law?

Did I say anywhere, anywhere at all that someone would be making a false statement?  I just anticipated that some dork, geek, doofus, half-wit or other would want to waste time talking about THAT rather than the story itself, and I also wanted to make sure that possibly mentally challenged readers wouldn't get lost on the way. 
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Re: Man Sentenced to Ten Years of Prison for an Abortion - by Augstine Baker - 03-23-2011, 01:18 PM



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