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Jilted ex-boyfriend puts up abortion billboard in Alamogordo (5:59 p.m.)

There are 64 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Jun 7, 2011, titled Jilted ex-boyfriend puts up abortion billboard in Alamogordo (5:59 p.m.). In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

A New Mexico man's decision to lash out with a billboard ad saying his ex-girlfriend had an abortion against his wishes has touched off a legal debate over free speech and privacy rights.

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“Get over yourself...”

Since: Jan 08

You're not that important

#74 Jun 9, 2011
I've seen a couple of posts that state the girl was disabled. I didn't see that in the article, but if she is disabled, the age of consent issue changes depending on her disability. He could be in for more trouble than he, or any of us, thinks.
JjJ

Las Cruces, NM

#75 Jun 9, 2011
read the threads wrote:
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I looked on the court's website and I haven't seen anything filed in court by her.
CNN just did an interview with the would be dad and his attorney. They stated that both of the people involved worked in the same building. She has declined to be interviewed by CNN.

A judge has given the male a certain number of days to take the billboard down or it will be done for him at his expense. That indicates there was some kind of legal action. He said he would not take the billboard down as he believes it is important to father's rights.

“Get over yourself...”

Since: Jan 08

You're not that important

#76 Jun 9, 2011
JjJ wrote:
<quoted text>CNN just did an interview with the would be dad and his attorney. They stated that both of the people involved worked in the same building. She has declined to be interviewed by CNN.
A judge has given the male a certain number of days to take the billboard down or it will be done for him at his expense. That indicates there was some kind of legal action. He said he would not take the billboard down as he believes it is important to father's rights.
Thanks for this info. IMO, he's a jerk. There are many other legal and non-incendiary ways to advocate for a father's rights.

Since: Sep 08

Albuquerque, NM

#77 Jun 9, 2011
JjJ wrote:
<quoted text>CNN just did an interview with the would be dad and his attorney. They stated that both of the people involved worked in the same building. She has declined to be interviewed by CNN.
A judge has given the male a certain number of days to take the billboard down or it will be done for him at his expense. That indicates there was some kind of legal action. He said he would not take the billboard down as he believes it is important to father's rights.
Men don't accrue father's rights until they are fathers. They cannot be fathers until the fetus takes its fist breath. Until the fetus takes its first breathe he is nothing more than a sperm donor.

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