WASHINGTON, Dec 5 (LSN) – It was reported today that the major stumbling block to the establishment of a permanent international criminal court was the US government's insistence that the Security Council must first approve prosecutions. The revelations came in a response to criticism aimed at the Clinton administration from the group “Human Rights Watch” which claimed the US was trying to undermine attempts to create a permanent independent criminal court. In a related report, the U.S. Secretary of Defense said Tuesday that there was “a need for some kind of international police force. Yes, there should be an international […]
TORONTO, Dec 5 (LSN) – Pro-life Ontario MPP Jim Brown has submitted a private member’s bill seeking to protect Ontario children from pedophiles. The bill has received initial support from all three parties in the legislature, which means it has headed to committee for further debate. The bill would require anyone wishing to work in a position of trust with children to be screened for criminal sex offenses.
DUBLIN, Dec 3 (LSN) – In an announcement that sounded the death-knell for an Irish baby, Irish national broadcaster RTE reported on Wednesday that the 13-year-old alleged rape victim at the centre of a two-week abortion case had left the country. “The 13-year-old pregnant rape victim has travelled to England for an abortion,” RTE said. The news emerged when a lawyer for the Eastern Health Board, the local authority which had held the girl against her parents’ wishes since she was allegedly raped, told the High Court she was no longer under its jurisdiction. On Monday, following two weeks of […]
DETROIT, Dec 4 (LSN) – Martha Wichorek of Detroit is the latest victim of assisted-suicide killer Jack Kevorkian. Kevorkian’s attorney, Geoffrey Fieger, said Mrs. Wichorek was not terminally ill, but suffered from unspecified medical ailments. In a new twist to his sinister deeds, Kevorkian has enlisted the assistance of retired psychiatrist, Georges Reding of Kalamazoo. Fieger told reporters on Thursday that Kevorkian has “decided that other doctors are going to be involved.”
BOSTON, Dec 4 (LSN) – In a disgusting affront to Christianity, Sony Music, Inc. has released a “Christmas Album” the proceeds of which are to be used to promote abortion. Cardinal Bernard Law, the head of the Catholic Church in Boston, sent a letter to Sony’s president calling the move “appalling. This mockery of Christmas is offensive to every Christian and to Christianity itself,” the Cardinal wrote. “In the very season in which Christians celebrate the birth of the infant Jesus and his mother Mary’s yes to life under most difficult circumstances, Sony markets music promoting a right to destroy […]
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 […]
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.
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 http://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]
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, […]