This news is good news for the tiniest humans in the womb. Judge Lamberth of District of Columbia U.S federal court has thrown off the shroud of lies and deception used by those who 'process' killed human babies in the womb in the name of research by saying exactly what it is, and by issuing an injunction to stop embryonic cell research from expanding and allowing the lawsuit that wants to permanently stop embryonic stem research, to be heard in Court. It is very important that the nation
recognize the truth about what embryonic stem cell research is, and that we, as a nation, collectively oppose it. As long as it was shrouded in secrecy and or defined with deliberately deceptive words some in the public was deceived. By calling it what is is, there is genuine hope to end the slaughter of innocents in the womb in the false label of 'research' and hopefully end all slaughter of innocents in the womb. Here's the news:
US District Court Judge Royce Lamberth blocked the Obama administration's
effort to expand embryonic stem cell research and allowed the lawsuit
brought by Nightlight Christian Adoptions to go forward to stop
permanently embryonic stem cell research that destroys humans. The articles are in
several news sources this afternoon and I quote Fox News
article with these quotes:
"U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth ruled that despite attempts
to separate the derivation of human embryonic stem cells
from the research process, "the two cannot be separated" because
culling those stem cells destroys an embryo. "
"The guidelines violate that prohibition by allowing federal funding
of ESC research because ESC research depends upon the destruction
of a human embryo," he wrote."
Quotes from article in Fox news today at:3:32 PM 8/23/2010; located at
Gloria Poole,RN; 3:44PM, 23-Aug-2010; at my apt in Missouri
Update with more from CNN article :
Quoting CNN article: "Lamberth's ruling said all embryonic stem cell research involves destroying embryos, which violates the Dickey-Wicker Amendment included in federal spending bills."
"The Dickey-Wicker Amendment unambiguously prohibits the use of federal funds for all research in which a human embryo is destroyed," Lamberth's ruling said."
Judge Lamberth was appointed by Pres Ronald Reagan.