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Fourth Supreme Court verdict acquitting pro-life activist

· The Supreme Court has acquitted Mariusz Dzierżawski, president of the Pro - Right to Life Foundation, who was punished by a court in Wroclaw.

· The reason for the activist's acquittal was his presentation of photos showing the effects of abortion, which, according to the lower courts, was supposed to be an "indecent" act.

· The Supreme Court found the cassation brought by the Prosecutor General as "obviously justified."

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Spanish courts command to tell the truth about abortion

· The Supreme Court of Spain dismissed the cassation appeal and upheld a decision ordering the association of abortion clinics to remove untrue information and prohibit it from being published in the future.


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Supreme Court ruling on the display of anti-abortion banners

The Supreme Court upheld a cassation appeal in the case of Dr. Bawer Aondo-Akaa, a prolife activist defended by Ordo Iuris lawyers. A cassation appeal was filed by the Public Prosecutor General. The reason for his previous conviction was the display of posters showing the effects of abortion. The District Court considered this to be a prank designed to cause scandal in a public place, i.e. an act that fulfills the features of Art. 51 § 1 of the Code of Petty Offenses.

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Groundbreaking US Supreme Court ruling "Dobbs v Jackson" as an essential step to better protect human life

Under the 1973 US Supreme Court ruling in the Roe v Wade case, "the right to abortion" was considered to be derived from the US Constitution and therefore applicable to everyone throughout the United States. The possibility of abortion was supposed to result from the right to privacy. This verdict clearly changed the previous policy of the states in the matter of respecting human life in the prenatal period of development.

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