Texas grand jury turns over ta­bles

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

Re­cently, there was a let­ter to the editor be­moan­ing the fact that peo­ple were not lis­ten­ing to the anti-abor­tion­ists.

To­day there was a news item that might ex­plain that. A Texas grand jury has cleared Planned Par­ent­hood of all wrong­do­ing and in­dicted the anti-abor­tion­ist for wrong-do­ings in the pro­duc­tion of the anti-Planned Par­ent­hood and anti-abor­tion video.

So the anti-abor­tion­ist pro­duced a video that was heav­ily edited, a fraud ac­tu­ally. Why would they do this? Prob­a­bly for the same rea­son they lift sta­tis­tics out of stud­ies to prove that abor­tions are harm­ful when the con­clu­sions of said stud­ies state that abor­tions are safe. Ba­bies are not be­ing mur­dered, but chil­dren on this is­land have to rely on char­ity for food and warmth, for sup­port with men­tal and phys­i­cal prob­lems. Vi­o­lence and poverty in fam­i­lies on this is­land are not be­ing ad­dressed prop­erly. Carol Cap­per, Sum­mer­side

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