The Guardian concluded both by placing the tiny but feisty Christian Legal Centre at the heart of a vast right-wing conspiracy and, perhaps inadvertently, by pointing out why some parents have so badly needed its help.
'Putting aside the, in my view, satanic insanity of Justice Robert’s judgement, the silencing of the family’s freedom of speech to speak about the case is an even starker wrong,' declared Laurence Fox.
The Polish pro-life group European Centre for Law & Justice has warned that 'while this decision is a defeat for the abortion lobbyists, it is not a definitive victory for those who defend respect for the lives of disabled people.'
Apart from the fact that such a suggestion is contrary to natural law, which forbids the taking of innocent life, abortion is very clearly not a right under international law, conventions, and treaties.
'When we looked more closely at the background of the judges' of the European Court of Human Rights, said Grégor Puppinck, who oversaw the report, 'we never imagined the troubling discoveries we would make.'