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Published On: Wed, Feb 26th, 2014

Kansas man, Scott Bollig, hides abortion pill in pregnant woman’s breakfast, kills baby and now faces charges

PRESS RELEASE: On Thursday, February 20,2014, in WaKeeney, agents of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and WaKeeney Police Department arrested 30 year old Scott R. Bollig for allegedly giving abortion inducing drugs to a pregnant woman. 

Scott BolligBollig, is accused of intentionally killing the 8- to 10-week-old fetus by putting a crushed form of the medication on a pancake eaten by the woman, according to a criminal complaint filed in Trego County District Court and posted on the attorney general’s website. He is also charged with aggravated battery of the woman and the distribution of adulterated food, a misdemeanor. 

He faces charges of murder in the first-degree and aggravated battery.

“The early feminist leaders in this country were openly opposed to the legalization of abortion,” Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics, Inc. noted in his a report entitled, “Under-the-Radar Violence in the Conflict Over Abortion.”

  They understood that legalized abortion has nothing to do with women’s equality.  Women don’t need surgery to be equal to men.  What abortion is, is a safety net for sexually predatory and sexually irresponsible males.  What happens when men use abortion as a sort of safety net?  What do they do when the woman they’ve impregnated won’t jump into the net?”

Prosecutors are also asking the jury to consider the alternative charge of attempted first degree murder in addition to the first degree murder charge.

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