DALLAS, June 17, 2003 ( – Norma McCorvey, the former “Roe” of Roe vs. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court case that legalized abortion, is filing a historic motion today to re-open her case and request that it be overturned. The filing is based on changes in law and factual conditions since the high court handed down its decision 30 years ago.  As a party to the original litigation, Norma McCorvey may petition the court to re-open the original case based on changes in factual conditions or changes in law or both that make the prior decision “no longer just,” said Allan E. Parker Jr., lead attorney for the Texas-based Justice Foundation.  The motion attacks the judgement that was first entered exactly 33 years ago today by the Dallas Federal Court. McCorvey is asking that the judgement in the original Roe case be set aside.  For the rest of this important story see today’s LifeSite Special Report: