A Canadian judge has taken the next logical step in advancing abortion “rights” — legitimizing the murder of inconvenient children who are no longer in the womb.
Katrina Effert was 19 on April 13, 2005, when she secretly gave birth in her parents’ home, strangled the baby boy with her underwear and threw the body over a fence into a neighbour’s yard.
For this, Edmonton judge Joanne Veit gave her a three-year suspended sentence — i.e., she was effectively exonerated for having exercised her choice to terminate her motherhood.
Bleats Justice Veit:
“Naturally, Canadians are grieved by an infant’s death, especially at the hands of the infant’s mother, but Canadians also grieve for the mother.”
They should be grieving for her damned soul — and Veit’s.
Effert still has to do 16 days in jail for throwing the corpse over the neighbor’s fence. Liberals are fine with killing children, but littering is beyond the pale.
A jury had reached the obvious conclusion that Effert is guilty of murder, but that verdict was discarded like the murdered baby’s corpse. We can’t have little people making big decisions about whether it’s okay to kill kids; that’s what our moonbat overlords are for.