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Miscarriage of Justice: A Statement by Judie Brown of the American Life League
Date:12/10/2007

from a sexually transmitted disease that would not occur at all if sexual relations were not taking place?

The culture of death is "devious, diabolical and deceiving." The life of a preborn child in America has absolutely no value at all. The lives of countless women who have used chemicals and devices to avoid becoming mothers are of little concern as long as sexual gratification continues to trump chastity and the truth never reaches the front pages of the newspapers or the top of the news every night at six.

It's hard for me to imagine the loss of even one innocent child due to the malice of those who refuse to acknowledge that every person has value from the instant his live begins. But it is even more disheartening to realize that while you and I may be devastated to learn of the deaths Patel has caused, or Riase has caused, or Gardasil has caused, an overwhelming percentage of the people of this nation don't know about it, don't care about it and don't want to be inconvenienced by it.

Until the life of a single child prior to birth becomes as important to every American as a Christmas shopping list, a bridge date or a desire to satisfy every sexual whim, the body count will continue to rise.

While these examples show how a miscarriage of justice is a foregone conclusion, they also show why America's pro-life population must be more persistent, more insistent and more consistent in demanding that any chemical, device or instrument that causes the death of an innocent human person prior to birth must be banned and criminalized as quickly as possible.


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