Thursday, June 11, 2009

News on Linda Gibbons

Linda Gibbons, the woman who has now spent over six years out of the last fifteen in jail, was remanded in custody to July 8.

It seems that the justice system cannot decide where to try Linda. The original charge of entering the prohibited zone is a civil charge, but the case has been tried in a criminal court, something that the judge is questioning. It seems to be all a play for time, in order not to look at the fact that the original injunction of the bubble zone was a temporary injunction set down in 1994. I think they keep playing cat and mouse with this one, because they don't want to admit that the injunction is an infringement of civil rights. Let's just keep those pro-life protestors scared of getting a little too close to the abortion clinics. And keeping Linda in jail for all this time certainly works at scaring the rest of them off.

Meanwhile, a letter from Linda reveals some of her daily routine. The jail had a lock-down recently and, restricted to her cell, what did Linda do but read the book of Jeremiah. And the most recent letter begins with a quote from Solzhenitsyn in his book The Gulag Archipelago:

In keeping silent about evil, in burying it so deep within us that no sign of it appears on the surface we are implanting it, and it will rise a thousandfold in the future ... we are ripping the foundations from beneath new generations.


How fitting that she is reading the words of a Russian dissident who believed he had a warning to issue to the western world, learned in the atheistic abyss of Soviet Russia.

3 comments:

Suzanne said...

The way they hand her around, it makes me think of Jesus and his arrest.

Julie said...

And she says nothing when she is arrested, also in court. She does not speak, in solidarity with the unborn who have no voice.
That also reminds us of Jesus on trial.

Anonymous said...

O tempora o mores!

Alberta woman sentenced to life in prison for neglecting to request Dr. Morgentaler's assistance in killing of her own baby.

With prices for healthy newborn babies rising sharply on Canadian adoption market and supply dwindling rapidly, provincial government operated human trafficking industry refuses to face reality of unrestricted abortions in Canada and instead of calling for across the board abortion ban they declare war on Canadian baby breeders (unmarried teenage girls).

Just read recent news from Alberta: Woman gets life for destruction of children traffickers' inventory of human pets for sale. The fact that young girl tried to induce miscarriage during her pregnancy is used to prove her intent to kill her baby after her baby was born.
Let us get it straight: It would have been perfectly legal for her to have an suction curettage abortion procedure done by a mass murderer like a infamous Dr. Henry Morgentaler even few hours before she gave birth to her baby. That procedure most likely would rendered her infertile and made her into a paying customer of baby traffickers when she grew older, but if she tried to induce miscarriage just so she would preserve her fertility for better times it is used in court as a proof of her murderous intentions.

In the eyes of Alberta's Court destruction of children traffickers' inventory seems to be a very serious offence that calls for a very harsh penalty and as a result young woman found guilty of second degree murder got life sentence with no eligibility of parole for ten years. For comparison; two young women in Ontario found guilty of first degree murder of their own mother were sentenced to a maximum of ten years in jail (after four years in jail one of them got recently released just so she can attend University).

http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=1725901

Effert case revives questions about Canada's infanticide laws
Kevin Libin, National Post Published: Tuesday, June 23, 2009



http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=1725168

Mistrial rejected, Alberta mother who killed baby gets life
Lawyer to file appeal

Karen Kleiss, Canwest News Service Published: Tuesday, June 23, 2009


http://www.cbc.ca/canada/toronto/story/2009/06/22/bathtub-murders.html

'Bathtub girl' killer gets early release for university studies
Last Updated: Monday, June 22, 2009 | 12:46 PM ET