“In an instant, Ms. Linton’s conduct took the lives of six people and injured many others,” L.A. County District Attorney George Gascón said. Source: GOT News, August 8, 2022.
The article continues: The woman responsible for the deadly crash in the Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles that killed six people—including a pregnant woman, her unborn child, one-year-old son and fiancé—was charged Monday (August 8) with six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter.
From my perspective: George Cascón declares that an ‘unborn child’ is a person! Does this mean anyone killing an ‘unborn child’ is a killer? Abortion would then be the premeditated killing of an ‘unborn baby.’ Doctors performing an abortion would be guilty of premeditated killing of an ‘unborn child.’ Anyone agreeing to an abortion would be an accomplice.
The California legislature is in the process of approving AB 2223 that “approves” abortion up to the time of birth of an ‘unborn child.’ See wording below.
Are the legislators approving this bill then accomplices in the death of an ‘unborn child’ by abortion?
George Gascón has his work cut out for himself.
This bill would delete the requirement that a coroner hold inquests for deaths related to or following known or suspected self-induced or criminal abortion, and would delete the requirement that an unattended fetal death be handled as a death without medical attendance. The bill would prohibit using the coroner’s statements on the certificate of fetal death to establish, bring, or support a criminal prosecution or civil cause of damages against any person. a person who is immune from liability based on their actions or omissions with respect to their pregnancy or actual, potential, or alleged pregnancy outcome, or who aids a pregnant person in exercising their rights under the Reproductive Privacy Act, as specified…This bill would prohibit a person from being subject to civil or criminal liability, or otherwise deprived of their rights, based on their actions or omissions with respect to their pregnancy or actual, potential, or alleged pregnancy outcome or based solely on their actions to aid or assist a pregnant person who is exercising their reproductive rights. Source: TrackBill August 11, 2022
Disclaimer: I believe there may be reasons for an abortion—every situation is unique—but there should be acceptable standards. AB 2223, in my opinion, appears to go too far.