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Judge Andrew Napolitano: The Supreme Court's most controversial decision since World War II

Tuesday 23:39 GMT

During one week in January 1973, President Richard M. Nixon was inaugurated to his second term, former President Lyndon Baines Johnson died, the United States and North Vietnam entered into the Paris peace accords, and the Supreme Court legalized abortion.

Well, no court has contradicted the Supreme Court on this, and the Roe supporters argue that non-personhood is necessary for sexual freedom. Think about that: the pro-abortion rights crowd, rejecting the natural and probable consequences of ordinary, healthy sexual intercourse, wants to be able to kill babies in the name of sexual freedom.

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El Chapo’s 'rage-filled' attorney: There isn’t a case I can’t win

Today 07:00 GMT

Almost four decades after seeing "The Verdict," a critically acclaimed Paul Newman legal drama that motivated a young Jeffrey Lichtman to a career in law, the noted defense attorney is drawing critical response of his own as the man flanking the world's most notorious accused drug kingpin: Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

Lichtman faces a massive U.S. government prosecution case against Guzman, but said despite what some have characterized as the myths and mayhem surrounding the accused druglord, he can win an acquittal.

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Pro-Life Actress Plays Abby Johnson in 'Unplanned': Role 'Worth It,' Even If I'm Blacklisted

Today 06:59 GMT

A movie set for release next year tells the powerful story of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parentood clinic director who quit and became a pro-life activist.

The actress who will play Johnson in "Unplanned" talked to Ainsley Earhardt Tuesday about the role, her own pro-life stance and a family secret she learned while filming. Ashley Bratcher said she considered herself pro-life with "shades of grey" and did not know Johnson's story before auditioning for the starring role.

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Source: BBC

Court frees woman jailed over childbirth

Tuesday 09:55 GMT

The result is what human rights groups are calling a criminalisation of miscarriages and medical emergencies, with more than 100 people convicted of abortion-related crimes in El Salvador since 2000.

Ms Cortez was greeted outside the court in Usulután by cheering relatives and human rights activists bearing signs with messages of support. El Salvador is one of a handful of countries in the world where abortions are completely banned and carry heavy sentences.

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Source: The Guradian

El Salvador court frees woman on trial after bearing rapist's baby

Tuesday 21:51 GMT

A rape victim who was charged with attempted murder in El Salvador after giving birth to her abuser’s baby has been found not guilty and freed from jail.

Imelda Cortez, 20, has been in custody since April 2017 after giving birth in a latrine to a baby girl fathered by her abusive stepfather. She was facing 20 years in prison after prosecutors argued that failing to tell anyone about the pregnancy or seek medical attention for the baby amounted to attempted murder.


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