March 8, 2019
Ryan Magers, 19
This man’s unborn child was murdered by an abortion clinic on behalf of his girlfriend, and now he’s out for justice.
A teenager in Alabama is suing an abortion clinic for terminating the life of his unborn child against his wishes. On Tuesday, an Alabama county court recognized the aborted fetus, “Baby Roe,” as a plaintiff in the lawsuit, making the case one of the first of its kind, his lawyer said.
Ryan Magers, 19, of Madison County, claims his girlfriend got a medicated abortion at the Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville in February 2017 when she was six weeks pregnant, according to legal documents, even though he urged her not to terminate the pregnancy. Alabama recognizes the personhood of a fetus, so Magers is suing on behalf of the fetus and himself.
“Baby Roe’s innocent life was taken by the profiteering of the Alabama Women’s Center and while no court will be able to bring Baby Roe back to life, we will seek the fullest extent of justice on behalf of Baby Roe and Baby Roe’s father,” Attorney Brent Helms said in a statement. “The time is ripe for consistency in Alabama’s jurisprudence: either we fully acknowledge the personhood of the unborn or we cherry pick which innocents we protect and which ones we trash for profit.”
Alabama Women’s Center
Madison County probate court Judge Frank Barger allowed Magers to name his aborted child as a co-plaintiff in his case against Alabama Women’s Center, a move that came just four months after the passage of an amendment that gave fetuses personhood, or the same legal rights as any other person, under the state constitution.
Helms believes the case could make it to the Supreme Court.
“I’m here for the men who actually want to have their baby,” Magers told WAAY 31. “I believe every child from conception is a baby and deserves to live.”
Alabama walked right into this lawsuit the moment they gave personhood to unborn children. It’s obviously a good thing that will produce some pretty impressive attempts at arguments in the Moloch camp.
If fetuses have the same legal rights as any other person, how come women can kill them just because they’re inside women’s bodies?
If we do a reverse C-section and we put a baby that was already born back into a woman’s womb, can we kill it then (with the consent of the woman that houses it, of course)?
What about toddlers? We could sedate them and like make them tuck their knees and see if they fit, and if they fit, they’re fair game.
I mean, it doesn’t even have to be women’s wombs. We could use morbidly obese women as the vessel for the sacrifice, since their skin is so loose we could even fit a pubescent kid inside of them after we remove some of the subcutaneous fat.
Basically, we’d make an incision with a sharp object and remove some fat to make space, then put the child in there, stitch the skin, and then it would be legal to kill the child, because their body, their choice.
Moloch would be pleased.