Alabama Court Takes Stand for Life

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Alabama Court Takes Stand for Life

Bradley Mattes   |   February 01, 2013

The Alabama Supreme Court came down with an important ruling. They were dealing with a case against Amanda Kimbrough who admitted smoking meth days before the birth of her son Timmy. The baby lived for only minutes because of acute meth intoxication. The court ruled Timmy’s life counted because “unborn children are persons with rights that should be protected by law.” It added, “the only major area in which unborn children are denied legal protection is abortion . . . because of the dictates of Roe.” The Court used this opportunity to make a very strong stand for unborn babies. If I were a pro-abortion activist, reading this court opinion would send a chill up my spine. So don’t lose heart my friends; we’re slowly but surely winning this life-and-death battle over abortion.

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