Monday, 16 July 2012
The War on Women & Winnipeg South MP Rod Bruinooge
|Bei Bei Shuai, jailed for over a year in Indiana because|
her fetus died after an unsuccessful suicide attempt. Indiana has no
laws against suicide, so she was charged under feticide laws.
Winnipeg South CON MP Rod Bruinooge voted for
a feticide law (Bill C-484) in the second session of the
39th parliament in 2008.
Image Source: The Useless Tree
Shuai was released on bail upon the condition of wearing a GPS ankle bracelet. The law was drafted in 1979 with abusive boyfriends and other third parties who'd kill the fetus in mind.
|Rod Bruinooge, Winnipeg South MP and chair|
of the Parliamentary Pro-Life Caucus.
Image Source: CBC
One MP who voted for it was Winnipeg South CON MP Rod Bruinooge (see Bill C-484).
Bruinooge is at the forefront of the war on women's reproductive rights. He chairs the parliamentary pro-life caucus, a rather secretive organization that doesn't seem to publicly release info in it's MP supporters.
If one would like to ask Bruinooge what his thoughts are on the Indiana case or who his fellow Parliamentary Pro-Life Caucus members are, please click this hyperlink.