HUGE: Alabama Judge Allows Teen To Sue On Behalf Of His Aborted Child!

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Article by Bryan Howard

March 7, 2019

The Pro-Life movement is getting a massive win in Alabama. A Judge in Alabama has allowed a 19-year-old to pursue a lawsuit against for his unborn fetus child in the womb being aborted.

According to Fox News, “Ryan Magers, 19, of Madison County, claims his girlfriend got a medicated abortion at the Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville in February 2017 when she was six weeks pregnant, according to legal documents, even though he urged her not to terminate the pregnancy. Alabama recognizes the personhood of a fetus, so Magers is suing on behalf of the fetus and himself.”

Attorney Brent Helms said in a statement, “Baby Roe’s innocent life was taken by the profiteering of the Alabama Women’s Center and while no court will be able to bring Baby Roe back to life, we will seek the fullest extent of justice on behalf of Baby Roe and Baby Roe’s father. The time is ripe for consistency in Alabama’s jurisprudence: either we fully acknowledge the personhood of the unborn or we cherry pick which innocents we protect and which ones we trash for profit.”

Magers stated to WAAY31, “I’m here for the men who actually want to have their baby. I believe every child from conception is a baby and deserves to live.”

Madison County probate court Judge Frank Barger allowed Magers to name his unborn child as a co-plaintiff against Alabama Women’s Center. Four months ago Alabama passed an amendment that gave fetuses the same legal rights as any living person.

Pro-Abortion (baby murdering genocidal freaks) are outraged over the Judges ruling claiming this is an attack on woman’s rights.

Ilyse Hogue President of NARAL tweeted out, “Breaking: Alabama allows a suit from man AND fetus against abortion clinic where his girlfriend terminated her pregnancy. First under Alabama’s new personhood law, asserting woman’s rights third in line. Very scary case.”


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