HALIFAX, NS, Mar 6 (LSN) – Halifax resident and pro-life leader Herm Wills commented today on the case of Nancy Morrison, the Halifax respirologist who last week escaped prosecution for murder of her patient Paul Mills. Herm notes firstly that the judge in the case did not rule that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute Morrison, but that a properly instructed jury would not convict the doctor—an important distinction. Mr. Wills points out a number of discrepancies in the Morrison trial that deserve exploration.  “If Morrison is an outstanding doctor as the media and her defense claimed, then how did she fail to recognize that Mr. Mills had received sufficient narcotics to “knock over a horse,” but still remained conscious?,” Herm asks. Further, Herm wonders, “if Dr. Morrison had shot Mr. Mills, would the outcry be the same