Tom Gilson

Belgian Court Rules In Favor of Unborn Children’s Interests

But not the kind of interests you would think. These Belgian judges ruled that a doctor violated a disabled child’s opportunity to be aborted:

The court ruled that the child’s parents could claim damages from the doctors who failed to detect the disability. They said that by making therapeutic abortion legal, the legislators intended to allow women to avoid giving birth to seriously handicapped children, “having regard not only to the interests of the mother, but also to those of the unborn child itself.”

Unbelievable.

From EWTN.com – Expendable Babies

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