Wednesday, March 05, 2008


Fetus found at wasterwater plant, police have suspect
The Associated Press
Article Last Updated: 03/03/2008 11:48:26 PM MST

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.—Police have a suspect in a case of a fetus found at a wastewater treatment plant that was likely flushed down a toilet.

Police did not say how they focused on a suspect after the fetus was found Sunday morning at the Metro Wastewater Reclamation plant, which treats 140-million gallons of water a day from a 300-square-mile area.
Commerce City police officer, Lanissa Blevens told Denver station KDVR-TV that based on size, the fetus was in the second trimester of gestation, somewhere between 4 to 6 months.

Blevens said the suspect could face charges of abuse of corpse, to possible concealment of death.


Re: Article Discussion: Sewage workers find 'small fetus'
by donco6 on 9:13 pm, Mon Mar 03
ljeannie wrote:
What else you are supposed to do with a miscarried baby? This should not be news it is gross. It's along the lines of finding an absurdly huge turd.


lesforlife wrote:
The callous disregard for human life on this thread is chilling for
the future of our nation. This was a tiny baby created in God's image
whose mother may have accidentally or not so accidentally sent her
offspring to a watery grave.

To compare a human life to excrement, as some here have, is
beyond the pale.

But it does reveal much about the hard hearts toward pre-born babies
and those who always want to dismiss the humanity and dignity
of the pre-born for their political advantage.

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Minnesota plan: Clone embryos and kill them!
State House also would force taxpayers to fund program


Rep. Phyllis Kahn, DFL-Minneapolis

Lawmakers in Minnesota have given their endorsement to a University of Minnesota plan to clone human embryos for "research," force taxpayers to pay for it, and then kill those embryos when the "research" work is finished.

The preliminary approval came on a recent 68-62 vote in which representatives rejected an amendment would be a true ban on cloning, and the "Kahn Cloning Bill, S.F. 100" could be brought up for a further vote at any time, opponents said.

The amendment provided language that would have promoted ethical adult stem cell research with a true ban on cloning human embryos, but that was rejected in favor of S.F. 100, sponsored by Rep. Phyllis Kahn, DFL-Minneapolis.

That plan has been described by supporters as a cloning ban, but it only bans "cloning" that results in a human being, not cloning that results in living human embryos.

"House members … had a chance to do the right thing and protect vulnerable human life, but instead they chose to treat human life as mere raw material for experimentation," said Andrea Rau, a legislative associate with the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. "Citizens are outraged to see their taxes being spent on such unjust treatment of human life."

At the center of the issue are the lives of the unborn embryos. WND had reported just a day earlier on GOP presidential race also-ran Gov. Mike Huckabee had endorsed Colorado's "personhood" plan.

(Story continues)
I love Wesley Smith!!

His current article on Haleigh Poutre is so instructive.

As he says "It's not over till it's over" !!!