LONDON, Oct 27 (LSN) – Last Friday a British medical panel advised abortionists to administer anethetic to babies in the womb who are to be aborted. The working group of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, which delivered the recommendations, admitted that unborn children experience pain by 24 weeks.

The panel failed, however, to decry the untold pain of the children murdered in their mothers’ wombs. Of the 177,225 abortions carried out in Britain last year, 653 were performed at 23 or 24 weeks. Ninety-two were committed even later. Moreover, other research shows that children in the womb sense pain much earlier , around the 12th week.