Pro-Life: USJF applauds Supreme Court’s decision

April 24, 2007 @

Posted by: Admin on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 – 05:35 AM PST

The UNITED STATES JUSTICE FOUNDATION (USJF) today applauded the 5 to 4 Decision of the UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT upholding the partial birth abortion ban.

In the cases of Gonzales v. Carhart and Gonzales v. Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Case Nos. 05-380 and 05-1382, the United States Supreme Court upheld the ban on the infanticide procedure, commonly known as “partial birth abortion”.

According to experts in the field, this procedure, where the child is partially removed from the womb and then killed, is not necessary to protect the health of the mother, or for any other reason, under any circumstances. This procedure, which allows the abortionist to increase their profit by maximizing the number of body parts that the abortionist can obtain from the child for sale, is not only morally and ethically abhorrent, but completely unnecessary.

The Court’s decision confirms the ability of the various State Legislatures to bar medical procedures which have no useful purpose and are only to commercially benefit certain doctors.

USJF is proud to have submitted a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of the TRADITIONAL VALUES COALITION, the CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLY, and Former California State Senator and State Assemblyman RAYMOND HAYNES in support of the Ban.

According to D. COLETTE WILSON, lead attorney for USJF, in this matter, “It seems particularly hypocritical of the proponents of this heinous procedure to claim they were only interested in protecting women’s health. The truth of the matter is they wanted to protect their profit margins.”

Click here to read the complete brief.>

USJF is a nonprofit, conservative, legal action, foundation, headquartered in Ramona, California. Since its founding in 1979, USJF has been involved in the constitutional rights of people of faith and in the protection of the unborn. For more information, please contact USJF at 760-788-6624, or access our Website at www.usjf.net.

 

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