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Facts you never would have guessed about the Scott Roeder trial
Donna Holman's religious, political statements prosecuted
Federal law "established" precisely what Roe v. Wade said
must be established for legal abortion to end. Since April Fool's Day, 2004, federal and state lawmakers have had the tools to
completely outlaw abortion and win in court. People who say "but abortion is legal" are out of date. Courts haven't
addressed this because prolifers haven't brought them a case that forces them to.
Voters will help lawmakers challenge courts when they know these facts are true. Lawmakers need
No Greener Light than God has already given them.
God put two things on our side: Truth, and the law. Any state can outlaw infanticide in a way that no court can stop.
Read these sample legal arguments able to court-proof any law against abortion:
A third way to force courts to address Roe's "collapse"
isn't so "clean" - force, as needed to stop the killing, defended in court by the Necessity Defense, which justifies
offenses that save lives, which challenges courts to address the new evidence that "life [and rights] begins at fertilization".
Three kinds of prolife cases can pressure courts to address the new legal facts that challenge the old precedents
keeping abortion "legal".
The kind that would put the most pressure on judges to squarely address the new evidence would be a state or federal
law criminalizing abortion, defended in court by an Attorney General. A SECOND KIND challenges standing of
abortionists to sue for interference with what is now legally recognizable as murder. (ie,