04 May 2009

First conviction under Unborn Victims of Violence Act

According to the Family Research Council blog,


It appears that the Unborn Victims of Violence Act of 2004 (Public Law 108-212) (UVVA) has produced its first conviction. This took place over the weekend pursuant to a court martial at the Elmendorf Air Force Base near Anchorage, Alaska.

It is about time that positive steps be taken to vindicate the most innocent members of our society.  I believe that most humans, when pressed, would say that an act of violence against an unborn baby is indefensible. Oh wait, there’s the Planned Parenthood crowd who believe in protecting rapists and child molesters in order to promote the murder of innocent pre-born children.

UPDATE: Here’s a somewhat related post at RedState. Congress votes to protect pedophiles but not veterans?


The fact of the matter remains that these individuals would be considered an accessory after the fact to statutory rape.  Criminals in fact and criminals in deed. That’s what federal tax dollars go to. Shameful.

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