Judie Brown: The culture of death is “devious, diabolical and deceiving.”
Miscarriage of Justice
By Judie Brown
I recently read a series of news reports that brought me face to face with the tragic consequences of more than 30 years of unabated abuse — of drugs, the English language and the preborn child. The reports dealt with various situations, but all contain a common theme.
The first of these reports centered on a drug that is legal in America, a drug belonging to the general class of birth control and/or abortion drugs. The ongoing presence of these drugs in America’s medicine cabinet is costing this nation a great deal. The news reports tell the tale.
Manishkumar Patel is a man of some renown in Wisconsin. He has been involved sexually with a woman who is not his wife and has, on at least two occasions that we know about, used powdered RU-486, mixed into his girlfriend’s food, to end the lives of preborn children he did not want. Patel is not a poor man in the economic sense. However, he is a man who apparently has little regard for the human dignity of persons in general, be it his wife, his girlfriend or his preborn children.
In the wake of the grisly deaths of two innocent children, the question arises as to how the man actually acquired the pills in the first place. The news report said Patel is from India and is in the United States on a green card. He has many contacts in India and asked one of them how to end a pregnancy. The friend was able to supply the pills, so that Patel could keep them on hand for “emergencies” such as the existence of the child being carried by his girlfriend.