Feminist Faces 8 Years in Prison for Organizing Super-Spreader Protests Promoting Abortion

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Feminist Faces 8 Years in Prison for Organizing Super-Spreader Protests Promoting Abortion

A prominent Polish abortion activist has been charged with causing an “epidemiological threat” after organizing massive pro-abortion protests during the coronavirus pandemic. The violent protests across Poland in October drew international attention after the country’s high court ruled that abortions on unborn babies with disabilities are discriminatory and should be banned.

Pro-Life Law in Poland Goes Into Effect Today Banning Abortions, Protecting Unborn Babies

The Polish government plans to begin enforcing a new anti-discrimination ruling that prohibits abortions on unborn babies with disabilities. Reuters reports the government announced that, starting Wednesday, it will enforce the October ruling by its Constitutional Court. Poland is one of the few European countries that protects unborn babies from abortions in almost all circumstances.