12:41pm Tuesday 22nd October 2013 in Letters
THE UK director of public prosecutions, Keir Starmer, stated it was correct not to prosecute doctors who have been proven to authorise gender-based abortions.
Such a conclusion is entirely unjustified, yet entirely explanatory. Were the prosecutions to proceed, the subsequent effect would inevitably be charges brought against a huge swathe of medical practitioners across the country, who for decades have knowingly and willingly circumvented the 1967 Abortion Act to instead provide unregulated and illegal gender-based terminations on demand. Therefore, in a shameless attempt to hide the true nature of the abortion industry in Britain, those guilty of female infanticide shall avoid trial. Evidently no longer upholder of the rule of law, the CPS has instead appointed itself the moral arbiter of the nation. Such hubris may be short-lived. As the British House of Commons – the true arbiter of such matters – will debate the evident failure of the prosecution service. Let’s hope and pray, that unlike the CPS, there still remains one Great British institution that remains dedicated to the rule of law and the defence of society’s most vulnerable.
Norman Plaisted Vivian Road Newport
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