Born alive and left to die: an interview with Jill Stanek
An interview with Jill Stanek, an American pro-life activist and nurse from Illinois
The Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform's Jonathon van Maren interviewed Jill Stanek (b.1956), an American pro-life activist and nurse from Illinois who said “live birth abortions” were being performed at Christ Hospital in the Chicago suburb of Oak Lawn and the premature infants were being left to die in a utility room. More recently, she has accused President Barack Obama of supporting infanticide while a member of the Illinois State Senate, citing Obama’s opposition to the Born Alive Infants Protection Act.
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The Christian magazine World named Stanek one of the 30 most prominent pro-life leaders in the thirty years following Roe v. Wade. Since 2003, Stanek has been a regular columnist for WorldNetDaily. She has her own blog at JillStanek.com.
Reprinted with permission from CCBR.