By Cassy Fiano-Chesser A case under consideration by the Alabama Supreme Court is weighing whether or not embryos can legally be considered human beings. Law and Crime reported that a group of six plaintiffs took their case to the state Supreme Court after a judge dismissed their lawsuit in 2022. Oral arguments in the case began this week, with …Continue reading "Alabama Supreme Court to decide case involving ‘wrongful death’ of human embryos"
By Dave Andrusko On Friday Madison County Circuit Judge Chris Comer ruled that Ryan Magers could not bring a wrongful death claim against the Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville which aborted the baby of his then-girlfriend in 2017. Last March a Madison County probate judge granted Magers’ petition to represent the estate …Continue reading "Judge rules Alabama man may not bring “wrongful death” claim for an abortion performed against his wishes"
By Dave Andrusko The Supreme Court today denied Alabama’s petition to review a decision that overturned the state’s ban on the dismemberment of living unborn babies. The 2016 law never went into effect. In July 2016, an enthusiastically pro-abortion trial judge issued a temporary restraining order against Alabama’s Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act …Continue reading "Supreme Court will not hear challenge to decision overturning Alabama law banning the dismemberment of living unborn children"
“You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then send them to the electric chair. So you kill them now or kill them later.” By Dave Andrusko At the risk of stating the self-evident, had a Republican (in a different context) made remarks as ghastly, as vicious, and as riddled with bias as were the …Continue reading "Alabama Democratic State Rep’s unforgiveable abortion comments"
By Dave Andrusko On Wednesday, we reported on the unfortunate decision by a three judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a lower court verdict striking the Alabama’s Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act. The law would ban a hideous abortion technique in which a living, growing human being is torn …Continue reading "Further reflections on 11th Circuit’s decision to reject Alabama’s Dismemberment Abortion Ban"
State AG expresses his disappointment, office considers appeal By Dave Andrusko Alabama’s attorney general said today that “Our legal team is carefully considering whether we will petition the Supreme Court for review of this case,” referring to the decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a lower court verdict striking the state’s …Continue reading "Appeals court strikes Alabama ban on dismemberment abortion of living unborn babies"
WASHINGTON – National Right to Life today endorsed pro-life Judge Roy Moore (R) in the Alabama special election to serve out the term of Jeff Sessions, who vacated the post in February to become U.S. Attorney General. Moore defeated Sen. Luther Strange, who was appointed to temporarily fill the vacancy, in a special primary earlier …Continue reading "National Right to Life endorses Judge Roy Moore in Alabama senate special election"
By Dave Andrusko District Judge Myron Thompson is the pro-abortionist’s go-to guy when they want to block pro-life laws. Yesterday Judge Thompson was at it again, ruling that two protective Alabama abortion laws are unconstitutional and blocked the state from enforcing them. The decision was utterly predictable, given Judge Thompson’s long track record of hostility …Continue reading "Federal Judge rules Alabama law banning dismemberment abortions is unconstitutional"
WASHINGTON – National Right to Life has endorsed Sen. Luther Strange (R) in Alabama’s August 15, Senate special election. “National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Senator Luther Strange, whose position on life reflects the true values of Alabama’s voters,” said Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director. “Senator Strange has a 100 …Continue reading "National Right to Life Endorses Luther Strange for Alabama Senate Special Election"
By Dave Andrusko Last Friday U.S. Magistrate Judge Susan Russ Walker struck down portions of Alabama’s parental consent law on the grounds that the 2014 changes to the law, first passed in 1987, impose an “undue burden” on a minor seeking an abortion. Like all consent laws, Alabama’s law requires minors who can’t secure parental …Continue reading "Federal Judge Strikes Alabama’s Parental Consent law"
By Dave Andrusko 27-year-old accused mass murderer Derrick Dearman has been officially charged with six counts of capital murder and two counts of kidnapping, which are first-degree felonies. One of the Mississippi native‘s victim was a five-month unborn baby. Someone inside the home in Citronelle, Alabama, called police and said Dearman was on the property. …Continue reading "One of accused mass murderer’s six victims was five-month-old unborn child"
By Dave Andrusko Another day, another ruling by U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson. furthering the abortion agenda. This time Judge Thompson put on hold until an October hearing two new Alabama laws, which NRL News Today has written about at length, which were to into effect August 1. One bans the hideous dismemberment abortion technique …Continue reading "Federal Judge places temporary hold on Alabama law banning dismemberment abortions"