New South Wales seeking more Abortion

‘As the New South Wales Parliament continues to debate its controversial abortion legislation, defence of late term abortions – allowed on the opinion of two doctors (easy to obtain in the abortion industry) is being justified on medical grounds” said Margaret Tighe, President to Right to Life Australia today.

She went on – “What this really means is that any child in the womb found to have a disability should be able to be killed before birth.”

“The harsh reality is” she said, ‘that at least 98% of children diagnosed in the womb with Down Syndrome today are aborted in Australia – including New South Wales.

Several years ago, a child found in the womb to be missing one hand, was aborted at 28 weeks of pregnancy at Royal Prince Alfred hospital in Sydney.”

/Public Release.