Christianity and abortion and History of early Christian thought on abortion The only coordinated opposition to abortion in the United States during the early s before the Roe v. Barry Garrett wrote in the Baptist Press"Religious liberty, human equality and justice are advanced by the [Roe v. Wade] Supreme Court abortion decision. The Eastern Orthodox Church and Roman Catholic Church consider abortion to be immoral in all cases, but may in some cases permit an act[ citation needed ] which indirectly and without intent results in the death of the fetus in a case where the mother's life is threatened.
Australia[ edit ] July 16, Steven Rogers, a security guard at a clinic in Melbourne, Australia was shot in the chest and killed by Peter James Knight. Knight brought ropes and gags into the clinic along with 16 litres of kerosene, intending to burn all 15 staff and 26 patients to death.
A firebombing using Molotov cocktails was attempted at a medical clinic in Mosman ParkWestern Australia. Faulty construction of the bombs limited damage to a single external burnt area, though if successful damage would have been severe.
It is believed that the individuals who made the attack were responsible for graffiti "baby killers" on the site, indicating an anti-abortion reason for the attack. The site turned out to in fact not be an abortion clinic, though the attackers most likely were not aware of this.
The physicians were part of a pattern of attacks, which targeted providers in Canada and upstate New York including the fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian of New York. All victims were shot, or shot at, in their homes with a rifle, at dusk or in the morning, in late October or early November over a multi-year period.
There is speculation that the timing of the shootings is related to the Canadian observance of Remembrance Day. A task force coordinator, Inspector David Bowen of the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police, complained that the Canadian Government was not adequately financing the investigation.
Federal officials rejected the request on October 15, a week before Dr. Inspector Bowen said that there hadn't been funding to follow up potential leads. Slepian and the attempted murder of Dr. Short; some speculate that Kopp was responsible for the other shootings.
Ina sniper fired two bullets into the home of Dr. Garson Romalis57, of Vancouver, British Columbia who was eating breakfast. One hit his thigh, destroyed some of his muscles, broke his femur and damaged his femoral artery.
Romalis saved his own life by using his bathrobe belt as a tourniquet. Romalis had become more outspoken about abortion rights since he was shot, citing the harm done to women by illegal abortion and the thousands of cases of septic abortion that came to his hospital in residency.
Hugh Short, 62, of Ancaster, Ontario was shot. A sniper's bullet fired into his home shattered his elbow and ended his surgical career.New Pro-life Videos!
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