It really bothers me that someone can murder both a woman and her unborn child in Canada, but only one charge of murder can be laid:
While the woman and her baby were both killed, police can only lay one charge of murder.
"The law in Canada doesn't allow for the killing of an unborn fetus," Grinton said.
The terminology is interesting. The CTV article actually uses the word 'baby'.
But Sgt. Grinton uses the phrase 'unborn fetus'. So can there be a 'born' fetus?
My question is, if the pregnancy is just a bunch of tissue, why even mention in the article that the woman is pregnant? What is the point?
If she had a tumour would they make mention of that too?
Woman and hideous growth murdered in Toronto.
Matt laments that somehow crime isn't an issue this election.
I lament that we can continue to delude ourselves on the subject of pre-born murders.
Remember Manjit Panghali?