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AuthorHouse, Jul 11, 2005 - Law - 260 pages
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The Sanctity of Life Bill sponsored by Senator Patrick was expected to pass the U.S. House and Senate, and then go to the states for ratification. The bill would become a constitutional amendment, and would outlaw stem cell research on unborn babies, fetal tissue research, cloning, and partial birth abortion. Combined with the growing pro-life sentiment in the United States,many believed it would pave the way for eventually overturning Roe v. Wade, and outlawing abortion in the country. A successful professional in the health care field has become an entrepreneur in the abortion industry, and feels the bill threatens his financial success. He is willing to use his power and wealth to stop the promotion of this bill, before it gains the muster needed to bring it up for a vote. He will exhaust every effort to do so, and deter the proactive measures of the pro-life community, even if it means murdering a government official. Despite having a powerful group of people on his payroll, plans are disrupted time and again by U.S. Secret Service Agent and Christian, John Withers and his team. Things really go haywire when Withers’ wife, Abby, discovers links to the abortion black market at the hospital she works in. The mysterious death of a friend and some statements of a girl minutes after an abortion put Abby in an investigative mode despite her husband’s lecturing. She reasons she is not bound by the red tape of the courts and police procedures, and is able to collect quite a bit of evidence which would uncover links to the black market. Unbeknownst to her, the closer she gets to finding out more, the closer she comes to death.

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