HOMOSEXUALISTS RECEIVE NO PENALTY FOR PUBLIC SEX

TORONTO, Sept 10 (LifeSiteNews.com)  Yesterday, Toronto Crown attorney Paul Culver dropped charges against 18 homosexual men arrested and charged by police in June for engaging in public sex acts at a homosexualist club called The Bijou. The charges were dropped following a vigorous campaign against the arrests by public sex advocates. The Crown attorney taking the side of those charged, said that the men “were lulled into a false sense of security, an ignorance brought on by the lack of police action for a number of years.”  Gwen Landolt a lawyer for REAL Women of Canada told LifeSite that, “the […]
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DISGRUNTLED ABORTION SURVIVOR THREATENS ABORTIONISTS

DEARBORN, Mich, Sept 10 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A 28-year-old man, who said his daughter was aborted by his former partner (reports have not clarified whether it was a wife or girlfriend), entered a hospital in Dearborn yesterday threatening to kill abortionists. While police did not identify the man, they did note that he said he came to avenge the murder of his daughter. The man was tackled by security guards and arrested without firing any shots.  The pro-life movement has always condemned violence against abortionists as well as the killing of unborn children. Moreover, pro-lifers have warned that abortion hurts not […]
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ALASKA COURT REJECTS ASSISTED SUICIDE DEMAND

ANCHORAGE, Sept 10 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Alaska Superior Court Judge Eric Sanders ruled yesterday that Alaskan’s do not have a constitutional right to physician-assisted suicide (PAS). An unnamed physician in her sixties is challenging the state to allow her PAS. Pro-PAS lawyers argued that a decision by the courts to allow abortion two years ago was based on “the recognition of an individual’s right to determine what happens to his or her own body.”  In his ruling Sanders wrote: “The state’s proper governmental interests enable it to infringe on privacy interests by criminalizing, or banning, assisted suicide in Alaska.” The PAS […]
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CANADIAN BISHOPS TO INTERVENE IN LATIMER CASE

OTTAWA, Sept 10 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Catholic Group for Health, Justice and Life, representing the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Catholic Women’s League, the Catholic Health Association and the Knights of Columbus, has filed for intervenor status with the Supreme Court of Canada in the Robert Latimer case. It is expected to be heard in about six months. Latimer is a Saskatchewan resident who used his car as a makeshift gas chamber to kill his 12-year-old disabled daughter Tracy in 1993. After being convicted of second-degree murder the verdict was scrapped for a new trial over a technicality. In […]
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LIFESITE NEWSBYTES

Medical history was made at King’s College Hospital in London England where triplets were successfully delivered in a situation in which one of the babies had developed inside the mother’s fallopian tube.  Lin Li Juen, one of the illegal immigrants arriving by boat on BC's shore, was carrying papers attesting to a forced abortion.  (National Post) The Toronto Film Festival might more appropriately be called the Toronto Smut Festival given the preponderance of sex films.  (National Post) The US State Department issued its first report on global religious liberty Thursday. The 1,000 page report detailed suppression in China, religious killings […]
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NEW ASSISTED SUICIDE CAMPAIGNER IN CANADA

TORONTO, Sept 9 (LifeSiteNews.com) – James Wakeford, the homosexual/AIDS activist who won a judicial exemption allowing him to take marijuana legally to ease his pain, is now asking for legal assisted suicide. Wakeford’s lawyer David Corbett filed the case with the Ontario Superior Court. The National Post noted that the Supreme Court of Canada has already decided on the assisted suicide question in 1993 when it rejected the appeal of Lou Gehrig’s disease sufferer Sue Rodriguez, noting that laws against assisted suicide did not infringe her constitutional rights. Corbett insists the case is different from that of Rodriguez since Wakeford […]
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BISHOP CONDEMNS COURT DECISION IN LETTER TO PARISHES

PHOENIX, Arizona, Sept 9 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Last Sunday, at the request of Thomas J. O’Brien, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, his letter condemning the decision to send a 14-year old,  24-week pregnant girl out of state for an abortion was read in all parishes in the diocese.  The bishop called the situation “totally abhorrent” and a “bizarre and gross occurrence allowed in the State which should be an embarrassment to all decent minded citizens.” The bishop expressed “sympathy for the situation of the young mother, who is really a child herself” noting that the diocese offered to assist […]
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“EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVE” TV ADS COMING SEPT 15

PALM BEACH, FLA, Sept 9 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Planned Parenthood is set to launch deceptive television ads promoting so-called “emergency contraception” with the help of celebrity spokespersons Christina Ricci, Deborah Cox and Joan Osborne. The commercials are to hit television Sept 15 and are geared to young people. The ads attempt to portray the drugs as true contraceptives rather than abortifacients. The PREVEN kit which is specifically designed for “emergency contraception” even offers a pregnancy test and says if the test indicates you are pregnant do not take the pills.  Pregnancy testers, however, look for a chemical in the body known […]
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HOMOSEXUALS PAY HALF A MILLION FOR SURROGATE CHILDREN

CHELMSFORD, England, Sept 9 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Practicing homosexuals Barrie Drewitt, 30, and Tony Barlow, 35 have caused an uproar in Britain after paying an American company nearly half a million (Canadian) dollars to allow them to have surrogate twins. Each of the men donated sperm, which were combined with donor eggs and implanted in American Rosalind Bellamy.  Bellamy is carrying twins who are due in December. The birth will take place in California where Drewitt and Barlow own a home. The London Telegraph reported last week that the two men used the Los Angeles company,  Growing Generations, which advertises on […]
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LIFESITE NEWSBYTES

The California legislature passed a measure Tuesday requiring insurers to provide coverage for contraceptives despite objections citing religious discrimination.  (L.A. Times)  Teenage (16 and 17 year-old) parents in Ontario will be denied welfare if they refuse to go to school according to a new plan which will go into effect January 1, 2000.  (Canada.com)
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