National Right to Life about the Norma McCorvey [“Jane Roe”] Documentary

WASHINGTON, D.C.— On Friday, FX will release a documentary, “AKA Jane Roe,” directed by Nick Sweeney, which profiles Norma McCorvey who passed away in 2017. McCorvey was “Jane Roe” in the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973  Roe v. Wade decision. 

The following is a statement from National Right to Life:

Norma McCorvey, a woman who survived trauma and rejection that she experienced for most of her life, was welcomed and loved by the pro-life movement from the moment she entered it. It is with a heavy heart that we hear of a documentary that casts doubt on her intentions.

Regardless of what she may or may not have said in the documentary, it does not take away from the truth about abortion or the fact that the foundation of Roe v. Wade was a lie. Norma McCorvey never had an abortion. She was used by pro-abortion attorneys to push a narrative that did not exist solely to challenge a Texas law that prohibited abortions except to save a mother’s life.

Norma’s legacy in the pro-life movement remains. She showed the world that the abortion industry lied in 1973 and continues to lie to young women today.