The Legal Argument that was missed in Rowe vs Wade

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  1. windcatcher

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    The judges, in their summary, indicated that there was an arguement which, had it been presented, the outcome of Roe vs Wade might have been different.

    Was it the arguement of "The After Born Heir Statue"?

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    Just wondering and informing.
     
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    Life of the child in gestation legally recognized and subject to legal inheritance and protection.
    Hmmmmmmm.........
    Question: Is it lawfully allowed to terminate that life via abortion, to prevent the birth and sharing of inheritance..... as an act of the 'mother's choice' without evidence of any medically required urgency to preserve the life of the mother?

    The law of probate already acknowledges the life and the right of the unborn (a person with inheritance rights). Such seems like an acknowledgement of 'person hood' by law, raises the status and rights of the unborn to challenge the rights of the carrier (the mother) to freely chose abortion after having conceived..... at least in a consenting conception.
     
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    Since this is not News or a Current Event, it is being moved to another forum. LE
     
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    I figure this will make a lot of people angry, but: legal schmegal.

    The murder of unborn children had nothing to do with an adult's `right to privacy.' The legal issues of Roe v. Wade were irrelevant to the ruling.

    The butchers on that Supreme Court did not care anything for right and wrong -- or for United States law -- when they `legalized' the murder of unborn children. They just did what they wanted.

    This will possibly get moved again to "Politics" or "History Forum." However, if this gets moved again to a Baptist-only forum, at the time I am posting it is not there.
     
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