26 Oct 2016 Fear of abortion discussion leads to cries for justice being ignored by Parliament
On Wednesday October 19, Parliament voted down Bill C-225, also known as Cassie and Molly’s Law. This private member’s bill, sponsored by Yorkton-Melville MP Cathay Wagantall, addressed a gaping hole in Canadian law whereby a criminal who intentionally commits a violent crime against a pregnant woman currently cannot be charged for harming or murdering her pre-born child.
Parliament voted down Bill c-225 – Cassie and Molly’s Law
The bill was inspired by the story of Cassandra Kaake, a mother who was murdered two years ago in Windsor, Ontario. Cassy was 7 months pregnant with her daughter Molly. Her killer was charged with only one murder, to the shock of family and friends who were also eagerly anticipating Molly’s birth.
Keep reading this over at WeNeedaLaw.ca
Also, listen to the post-vote analysis with Mike Schouten on Lighthouse News for a unique behind-the-scenes look at the process.
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Richard SillikerPosted at 16:36h, 09 November
“We” have lost our way. Until we begin to understand who we really are the abstractions will continue to move away from us in the form of abstractions of abstractions .ad nauseam . Make no mistake life begins at conception- the closing of difference. As rational paradigms we, both male and female are difference closed. We express (open difference) to acquire (close difference) This may seem clinical and cold however: take time and think here, we are an aggregate of levers, mechanisms and machines. Technology is the proof of science. The use of it is now in the purview of the state. Also, considering the confusion that exists between ethics and morals people in general take advantage. Ethics is an abstraction of morals and so can be mapped onto morals. However morals can never be mapped onto ethics. Context is of the utmost importance and when we get it wrong we suffer needlessly. Context is a conclusion. Understanding complexity is foremost .