BREAKING: Jessica Duran Lawsuit Against Late-Term Abortionist Goes Forward
Judge Says UNM Not Authorized to Use Aborted Baby Parts for Research
Last week, Albuquerque District Judge Clay Campbell denied a motion by late-term abortionist Curtis Boyd and his business, Southwestern Women's Options (SWO), to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Jessica Duran. Duran claims SWO deceived her about its relationship with UNM. Judge Campbell ordered that all seven causes of action in Duran's lawsuit, including the unauthorized harvesting of her infant's body parts for research at the University of New Mexico (UNM), should go to trial and be decided by a jury.
"This is a monumental finding by the court," said Elisa Martinez, executive director of the New Mexico Alliance for Life. "It shows the University of New Mexico was not authorized to do any research using aborted infant bodies from Curtis Boyd's abortion business, and thousands of women were deceived who now deserve justice." The story is covered today by the Albuquerque Journal and other outlets (read more below).