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Έκτρωμα της Φύσης η ΜακΚόρβυ
« on: August 05, 2016, 02:17:55 pm »
Αυτό το ανώμαλο σφάλμα της Φύσης που περιγράφεται παρακάτω ήταν η Νόρμα ΜακΚόρβυ, γνωστή και ως Τζέην Ρο και το οποίο περίττωμα της ανθρωπότητας αφορά η γνωστή απόφαση του αμερικανικού συνταγματικού δικαστηρίου Ρο εναντίον Γουέιντ, όπου και το Κράτος απεφάνθη υπέρ της έκτρωσης και έκλεψε τα συνταγματικά δικαιώματα των πολιτειών να ρυθμίζουν τα του οίκου τους. Το Κράτος επιβάλλοντας την έκτρωση, επέβαλλε τη δυσγονική ανευθυνότητα και την έκλυση των ηθών στην κοινωνία, πράγματα που αναμφίβολα ωφελούν τον πρωτογονισμό της εξουσίας και της εκμετάλλευσης επί των φορολογούμενων παραγωγών.

Στις εικόνες που ακολουθούν τα εκτρώματα της Φύσης, η Τζένα Φοξ και η Χάνυ Φοξ Μπι γαμιούνται μεταξύ τους, όπως και αυτή η βρωμερή τσούλα η ΜακΚόρβυ με την εξίσου ανώμαλη φίλη της.

Norma Leah McCorvey (née Nelson; born September 22, 1947), better known by the legal pseudonym "Jane Roe", was the plaintiff in the landmark American lawsuit Roe v. Wade in 1973.[2] The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that individual state laws banning abortion are unconstitutional. Later, McCorvey's views on abortion changed substantially; she is now a Roman Catholic active in the pro-life movement.[3]

McCorvey's father left the family when she was 13 years old[4] and her parents subsequently divorced. She and her older brother were raised by their mother Mildred, a violent alcoholic. McCorvey's father died on September 27, 1995. She is of partial Cajun and Cherokee ancestry.[2]

McCorvey had entered a Catholic boarding school[5] prior to her minor troubles with law enforcement that started at the age of ten, when she robbed the cash register at a gas station and ran away to Oklahoma City with a friend. They tricked a hotel worker into letting them rent a room, and were there for two days when a maid walked in on her and her female friend kissing. McCorvey was taken by the police and eventually to court, where she was declared a ward of the state and sent to Mount St. Michaels in Dallas.

McCorvey was later sent to the State School for Girls in Gainesville, Florida on and off from ages 11–15. She said this was the happiest time of her childhood, and every time she was sent home, would purposely do something bad to be sent back. After being released, McCorvey lived with her mother’s cousin, who allegedly **** her every night for three weeks. When McCorvey's mother found out, her cousin said McCorvey was lying.[6]

While working at a restaurant, Norma met Woody McCorvey (born 1940), and she married him at the age of 16. She later left him after he abused her. She moved in with her mother and gave birth to her first child, Melissa, in 1965.[7] After Melissa's birth, McCorvey developed a serious drinking problem. Soon after she came out, and began identifying as a lesbian. She went on a weekend trip to visit two friends, and left her baby with her mother. When she returned, her mother replaced Melissa with a baby doll and reported her to the police as having abandoned her baby, and called the police to take her out of the house. She would not tell her where Melissa was for weeks, and finally let her visit her child after three months. She let McCorvey move back in, and one day woke Norma up after a long day of work. She told her to sign insurance papers, and Norma did so without reading. However, she actually signed adoption papers, giving her mother custody of Melissa, and was then kicked out of the house.[8] The following year, McCorvey again became pregnant and gave birth to a baby, who was placed for adoption.
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In 1969, at the age of 21, McCorvey became pregnant a third time. She returned to Dallas. According to McCorvey, friends advised her that she should assert falsely that she had been **** and that she could thereby obtain a legal abortion under Texas's law which prohibited abortion; sources differ over whether the Texas law had such **** exception.[9][10][11][12] Due to lack of police evidence or documentation, the scheme was not successful and McCorvey would later admit the situation was a fabrication.[13][14] She attempted to obtain an illegal abortion, but the respective clinics had been closed down by authorities.