revelation amps pro-life protest
Pro-life groups continue to protest a proposal for abortions at the
Madison Surgery Center of the University of Wisconsin (UW), especially
since encountering a new revelation.
Pro-Life Wisconsin and
the Alliance Defense Fund
(ADF) obtained records through the Freedom of Information Act. Peggy
Hamill, director of Pro-Life Wisconsin, reports on the findings.
"The documents confirm that UW is already involved in research using
aborted baby body parts," she explains. "This is something that
Pro-Life Wisconsin has known for many, many years, but these documents
in print confirm that."
The records also indicate the School of Medicine is involved, so Hamill
concludes that the documents reveal plans for the new abortion
facility. "They reveal that it is very likely that babies that will be
aborted, should this late-term abortion facility open, will become an
in-house source of fresh, economic fetal body parts for UW-Madison
medical research," she says.
The Pro-Life Wisconsin director underscores that people with a respect
for life of the unborn will not stand for the government sanctioning of
their killing. She goes on to say that "until the blood stops flowing,
these institutions can be assured pro-lifers will stand up for innocent
Contact: Charlie Butts
February 6, 2010
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