What I find interesting about this article is the title. It mentions a "fetus rights case".
Feminists would argue that it's a woman's rights case.
The Supreme Court has subsequently ruled in several instances that there is no such thing as fetal rights.
And yet, the issue of fetal rights is always alive, always in the public consciousness.
I also note that the woman does not mention how she feels now about the case itself, whether she thought it was the correct decision. Her son is now 14. I also wonder how he feels about it.