IRISH GIRL ABDUCTED FROM FAMILY BY GOVERNMENT

DUBLIN, Dec 3 (LSN)—The saga of the 13-year-old Irish girl who is pregnant and claims to have been raped took on a new life as her father revealed the circumstances around his daughter's removal from her parents care. In an interview on Radio Ireland the father said that his daughter was “kidnapped” by the Eastern Health Board without any permission from her parents. The child was taken on an interim care order. “It was not a care order, we signed no forms, not even voluntary forms. My child was kidnapped from us. The EHB just came and snatched her and […]
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“MERCY” KILLING HARDLY PUNISHED WORLD-WIDE

OSLO, Norway, Dec 3 (LSN)—The city court of Oslo decided not to punish Dr. Christian Sandsdalen, 80, even though he was found guilty of “willful murder.” The decision not to penalize Sandsdalen was said to be due to “extenuating circumstances”, in this case “mercy.” The woman he killed was critically ill and allegedly wanted to die. Sandsdalen has appealed the verdict since he felt he should not have been found “guilty” at all. A proposal to accept assisted suicide has been proposed by three of Norway’s most respected lawyers.
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URGENT ACTION ITEM RE LATIMER DECISION

SASKATCHEWAN, Dec 3 (LSN)—The Council for Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) has issued an urgent request for action from pro-lifers to contact the Attorney General of Saskatchewan and demand that the Crown appeal the Latimer decision to the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal (see contact info below). For those wishing to review the decision, it is available at https://radio.cbc.ca/news/latimer.html Please contact Hon. John Nilson, the Attorney General of Saskatchewan in any one or more of the following ways: 30 Legislative Building,  Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0B3 telephone: (306) 787-5353 fax: (306) 787-1232 e-mail: [email protected]
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5 YEAR IMPRISONMENT FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS

OTTAWA, Dec 3, (LSN) – While allowing abortion on demand, and less than two year penalties for “mercy” killing and pedophiliac rape, Canadian federal Justice Minister Anne McLellan says she’s prepared to toughen laws against abuse of animals. Justice department briefing notes revealed plans to increase the maximum sentence for cruelty to animals to five years. McLellan stated in a recent interview with the Ottawa Citizen, “I cannot imagine someone being cruel to a dog or a cat. For the sake of what? And I think we should deal with these people very harshly. We need to condemn this conduct, […]
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INFANTICIDE TO BE LEGALIZED?

NEW YORK, Dec 2 (LSN) – The New York Times reported yesterday that Professor Steven Pinker of MIT called on the US to repeal laws against infanticide. Pinker proposed what he called “neo-naticide”, saying that mothers ought to to have the right to kill their newborn children up to a couple of weeks after birth. Pinker’s proposal, although horrifying, proves what pro-lifers have said for years: once you arbitrarily draw lines at which human life has value no one is really safe
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US SUPREME COURT DENIES RIGHT TO RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

WASHINGTON, Dec 2 (LSN) – On Monday, the US Supreme Court rejected the appeal of Rev. Eugene Lumpkin, the pastor of a Baptist church who was fired from San Francisco’s Human Rights Commission in 1993 after he offered biblical evidence for his objection to the practice of homosexuality. The Supreme Court justices thus gave tacit approval to a U.S. appeals court ruling which said that Lumpkin had a right to state his views, but that the First Amendment does not “assure him job security when he preached homophobia while serving as a city official.’‘ The incident stems from media interviews […]
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LATIMER CONVICTION POLL

CNEWS Poll Robert Latimer was granted a constitutional exemption from the minimum sentence for murder and sentenced to two years less a day in the killing of his disabled daughter. Is it a fair sentence? So far, 240 people have voted for Yes So far, 61 people have voted for No
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REACTIONS TO THE LATIMER VERDICT

TORONTO, Dec 2 (LSN) – In a press release from Campaign Life Coalition, national president Jim Hughes said, It's a sick world when killing is called compassionate, and punishment for killers is called cruel.” The head of the political wing of the pro-life movement in Canada was referring to the decision to grant convicted murderer Robert Latimer an unprecedented constitutional exemption from the 10-year mandatory sentence for second-degree murder. Mr Justice Ted Noble of the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench sentenced Latimer today to two years less a day, only a year of which will be served in prison. “I'm […]
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RUSSIAN WOMEN PROTEST TRAVELLING ABORTUARY

MOSCOW, Dec 1 (LSN) – Russian newspapers reported last week that elderly women held up a traveling abortion- contraception “clinic” in Moscow, after it began its “maiden” voyage last Thursday. About 50 protesters, mostly elderly women, blocked the tram’s passage. The good women defied the government and international criticism by blocking the tram's passage and dousing it liberally with eggs. The “Streetcar Called Bordello,” as one protester called it, is sponsored by the Health Ministry and the Family Planning association. Its aim is to indoctrinate the young and attract their attention with its sky-blue colour, decorated with white and blue […]
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IRISH COURT ALLOWS BABY TO BE KILLED

DUBLIN, Dec 1 (LSN) – On Friday, The Irish High Court sanctioned the abortion of a 13-week-old pre-born child. By permitting the 13-year-old alleged rape victim to leave the country to have an abortion abroad, the court has injected new life into the pro-abortion movement. After three days of closed-door proceedings, Justice Hugh Geoghegan decided to reject the pleas of the girl's parents to save the life of their pre-born grandchild. Youth Defence, a pro-life group who was assisting the parents in the case and had raised funds for the care of the girl and her baby, noted that the […]
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