Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Irish unborn child to get lawyer

Update on the story about the Irish girl travelling to Britain for an abortion:

The Attorney General has instructed a Senior Counsel to represent the interests of the unborn in the court case being taken by a 17-year-old girl who wishes to travel to the UK for an abortion.

James Connolly SC told the High Court this morning that he had been instructed by the Attorney General to represent the interests of the unborn.


If the unborn has a lawyer, why are they permitting their Irish citizens to be killed.

It'd be nice if unborn children in Canada could get lawyers.

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