Pro-life author William Brennan comments on the burial of aborted babies that were found in a storage container:
“A… debate raged over what to do with more than 16,000 aborted babies discovered in a huge metal storage container outside of Los Angeles in 1982. Pro-life groups were in favor of at least according the victims the dignity of a Christian burial. The American Civil Liberties Union, a staunch proponent of burning the bodies, conjured up that all too predictable concoction- violation of the separation of church and state….
Burial, especially Christian burial, is doubly threatening: Not only does it bestow upon the victims a transcendent value intolerable to civil libertarians, it also draws attention to the disturbing truth which abortionists would prefer to keep hidden from public view- the existence of actual human bodies.”
William Brennan “What the Holocaust and Abortion Have in Common” New Oxford Review November 1995Share on Facebook