Unborn have no right to life, Court of Appeal rules

This is the headline in the Dominion Post today

When does a child gain a right to life?

30 weeks? 40 weeks? In the birthing room? The first visit from Plunket?

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2 comments for “Unborn have no right to life, Court of Appeal rules

  1. Stella
    1 June 2011 at 9:42 pm

    The answer is when they are born.

    I’ve tried getting the Children’s Commissioner, Barnados and other organisations who supposedly look after the interests of children to defend the right to life of unborn children with Down syndrome and they are not interested. This is part of the reply from Murray Edridge, “It is rare for Every Child Counts or Barnardos to comment on issues regarding the wellbeing of children who are not yet born.” They made an exception for foetal alcohol syndrome.

  2. Bob
    1 June 2011 at 11:36 pm

    Incredible! If that’s the case, they can’t even see the hypocrisy when it stares them in the face!

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