Pro-Life judge Randall J Hekman wrote about a television program he saw:
“Embedded on my mind is a recent TV documentary on abortion in which the viewers actually witness a woman being aborted… We could hear the woman crying as the vacuum pump whirled, sucking her live child out to oblivion.
After the deed was done, the social worker attending the woman asked her if she hurt anymore. The woman’s answer, given with noticeable despondency, spoke volumes. “Not physically,” she said.
The social worker, accurately perceiving that the woman was emotionally aching from what had just happened, said, “It’s all right to feel bad. You’ve just lost something.”
Randall J Hekman Justice for the Unborn (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Servant Books, 1984) 34Share on Facebook