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A British judge who drew international outrage for trying to force a woman with disabilities to abort her unborn baby was a prominent abortion activist for more than a decade before being appointed to the bench. An appeals court overturned Justice Nathalie Lieven’s ruling Monday, but her decision has many wondering if this is the first time an official has used their power to try to force an abortion. Lieven once worked as a lawyer for the largest abortion chain in the UK, the British Pregnancy Advisory Services (BPAS). In 2011, she argued a case for at-home abortions on behalf of the abortion group, the Yorkshire Post reported at the time . The Right to Life UK, which organized a petition on the pregnant woman’s behalf , pointed out Lieven’s abortion advocacy. In 2017, she argued that the pro-life […]


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