If we lived in a culture that respected life, someone with 14 containers of dead pre-born babies (and stolen drugs) would have been put to death, and hopefully fast. However, with the laws and mindset that “abortion is a blessing” our justice system can only make Michael Arthur Roth pay a fine of nearly $800, and a year and a half of probation. Looks like the loss of $15,000 dollars was not good enough for Roth to stop in 2004. Just another quack in the service of women’s health? Whatever.
The time to push personhood for the pre-born child is NOW! We can’t wait for another Republican judge to sit on our courts. More than ever, its time to flush Duverger’s law and return to the Law of God, especially on the issue of something sacred like the right to life. It is time to force the issue of baby murder on all of our judges and see where they sit before they stand. Do you stand for life or not? Or do you stand with the harlots and the pimps who would get rid of baby because it stood in the way of carnal pleasures?
Police found 14 containers of aborted baby parts and stolen drugs in a man’s car, but he was fined less than $800 for the crime in court last week.
Abortion doctor Michael Arthur Roth received a meager $798 fine and 18 months probation in a Macomb County Circuit Court Thursday, according to LifeNews.
Roth faced a trial in November for criminal charges related to a September 2015, traffic accident in which he struck and critically injured a special needs child with his car. When police impounded his vehicle as part of their investigation into the accident, they discovered aborted baby remains along with abortion equipment and drugs he had stolen from his employer, Angel A. Ojeda, an abortionist who operates Eastland Women’s Clinic in Eastpointe.
Roth used the stolen drugs and abortion equipment for the purpose of committing illegal home abortions – something he was fined $15,000 for in 2004, and ordered not to do again.
Michael Arthur Roth has long been on the radar of Operation Rescue, a group that monitors the abortion industry, for his sketchy methods, including committing at-home abortions. Roth has been a defendant in several medical malpractice suits for botched abortions.
“It is unfortunate that this man, who committed three felonies, got a mere slap on the wrist,” Operation Rescue’s Senior Vice President Cheryl Sullenger told LifeSiteNews.