Letter to the Editor
The Senate plans to vote soon on S. 1692, the Partial Birth Abortion Ban which bans only the specific abortion procedure where the abortionist delivers the baby feet first leaving the head in the womb, inserts scissors into the back of the neck, and sucks out the baby's brains.
Speaking about the enormous money and time being spent in the fight against the ban, former abortionist, Eric Harrah, says , "It has nothing to do with the woman's right to choose or with protecting the sanctity of the right of abortion. It has everything to do with protecting the sanctity of the fullness of the abortionist's wallet. This is the only type of abortion procedure that doesn't cost them to get rid of the dead baby. They actually make money."
You may read all about it in an article in the Alberta Report, a Canadian online magazine. The article is titled, "Aborted Fetuses Are Being Dissected Alive, Harvested and Sold in Pieces to fuel a Vast Research Enterprise," and it is located at: http://albertareport. com/volume26/990823/story1.html.
Or you may call Life Dynamics at 1-800-401-6494 and request a free video tape of an interview with a woman who worked inside a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic harvesting fetal body parts for resale to labs for research.
Or call the Anatomic Gift foundation directly at 1-800-300-5433 and request a fetal tissue price list. (Keep in mind that they may not give you a straight answer if you don't sound like a genuine researcher.)
Or simply do an Internet search on the words "fetal tissue" and spend a night reading about the things that our Nazi-like society is doing with aborted babies in the name of scientific progress."
Once you are convinced that this procedure really is a "crime against humanity" as the term was defined by the Nuremberg trials over 50 years ago, you may contact your senator at www. senate.org or 1-202-224-3124 and ask him to vote to ban this procedure rather than "following the orders" of the president, who promises to veto the ban again.
October 17, 1999
All Viewpoint Stories for Tuesday, October 26, 1999