FAITH NEWSWIRE – On December 10, various liberal Democrats introduced a bill, the Reproductive Human Rights Act which would require the U.S. State Department to include abortion on demand and other reproductive rights in its annual Human Rights Report.
110,000 Americans believe that abortion is a crime against humanity, not a fundamental human right. See www.themoraloutcry.com. These Americans have signed a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court asking them to reverse its abortion cases. Allan Parker, Attorney for The Moral Outcry Petition, stated: “If you believe abortion is a crime against humanity, you can sign the Petition at www.themoraloutcry.com.”
These signers are calling upon the Supreme Court to reverse its abortion decisions because abortion is a crime against humanity just like the Dred Scott decision that African Americans could not be citizens under the Constitution was a crime against humanity. A crime against humanity occurs when the government withdraws legal protection from a class of human beings.
The petition drive is a part of a national campaign which has already filed two Amicus Curiae (Friend of the Court) Briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court and which ultimately provides a legal justification for reversing Roe v. Wade. The legal reasons in the Petition are based on the Law of Judicial Precedent, a book which was co-authored by Justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch before they were placed on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Section 47(d) says that one of the reasons for overturning a Supreme Court decision is if it has been met with “severe criticism”. Obviously, Roe is one of the most severely criticized and controversial decisions in American history.
The five reasons in the Petition for reversing Roe are:
1. New Argument that Abortion is a Crime Against Humanity
2. New scientific evidence shows Life Begins at Conception
3. New scientific evidence and testimonies show Abortion Hurts Women
4. New, better alternative to abortion –Safe Haven Laws (www.nationalsafehavenalliance.org)
5. New – a million people are waiting to Adopt Healthy Newborn Infants
Contact: Allan E. Parker, Jr., J.D.
Tel. (210) 614-7157