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This site will provide information for those who feel they would like to be more informed on the issues of abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia. You will find articles from the current Lake County Right to Life Newsletter and links to other pro-life organizations throughout the nation.
Life issues are involved in many of the major issues of the day. They bear on budget legislation, court decisions, foreign policy, etc. Assaults on life come from every direction, and pro-lifers need to be heard. People who value life must be informed and speak out in support of life.
LAKE COUNTY RIGHT TO LIFE IS:
Non-Sectarian - Persons of all faiths and denominations are welcome to join.
Non-Partisan - In spite of many who attempt to label the Right to Life movement as an arm of one political party, Right to Life works with all political candidates who are pro-life.
Single Issue - Insisting on legal protection for innocent human life as relates to abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia.
OPEN - to all people who value life from conception to natural death and are committed to supporting it, including all political candidates who are prolife and desire to provide legal protection for innocent human life as it relates to abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia.
BABY PHOTO CONTEST
Stop by the RTL booth at the Lake County Fair, Aug 1 - Aug 10 and vote for your favorite baby. Details Here
SIDEWALK COUNCELOR TRAINING CLASS - Aug 23, 2014
Click here for more information
UPDATE ON KLOPFER CASE
June 16 was the scheduled hearing for the charges against Ulrich G. Klopfer for failure to report the abortion of a child under 14 within the 3 days required by Indiana law. He didn’t report that abortion until four months later! He has also been charged in St. Joseph and Allen Counties for the same offense. Thankfully, in Fort Wayne (Allen) the girl’s parents reported it, and the 21-year-old man who was molesting her has been arrested. That is the purpose of this particular law! Mr. Klopfer, however, prefers to operate outside the law and has been very arrogantly vocal with the media about the fact that he just tells parents of young girls to take their daughters to another state where reporting is not required.
At the hearing, Mr. Klopfer’s attorney, Richard Wolter, requested a jury trial, which has been scheduled for January 26 with a pre-trial conference scheduled for November 17 at 1:30. According to the supervising prosecutor, this latter hearing will be primarily for the purpose of determining whether everything is on schedule for January, but she also said that if Klopfer wants to change his plea to guilty, he could do it at that time. This seems unlikely.
Between now and then we need to continue to pray for justice. Additionally, we must pray that God will deliver him and his staff from the kingdom of darkness and death into the Kingdom of Light and Life!