"GUNTERSVILLE, Alabama (AP) "Marshall County jurors have convicted a man of capital murder in the slaying of his wife and her unborn child at a car wash three years ago.<quoted text>
The trial of Jessie Phillips was believed to be the first test of a state law that allows a person suspected of killing a pregnant woman to be charged with two murders if the fetus also dies."
You're repeating yourself.
"A man in Ohio who tried to force his pregnant girlfriend to have a late-term abortion has pleaded guilty to attempted murder of his unborn child under Ohios fetal homicide law. The man even forced his pregnant girlfriend to the abortion clinic at gunpoint."
And not ONCE does the law call the fetus a human being.
"Dallas man convicted of murder in killing of fetus
Published: Sunday, February 06, 2005
DALLAS (AP)- A Dallas man found guilty in the gang-related shooting death of a pregnant woman became the first Texan convicted under the state's law protecting the unborn."
Emmanuel Rogers, 21, was convicted of capital murder Friday in the December 2003 deaths of Virginia Ramirez and her 9-week-old fetus
Texas* Tex. Penal Code Ann.§ 1.07 relates to the death of or injury to an unborn child and provides penalties. The law defines an individual as a human being who is alive, including an unborn child at every stage of gestation from fertilization until birth."
And one that does. Though it THEN goes on to say that corporations and associations are ALSO considered "persons", but I doubt they mean "human being" when they do.
"How many times do you wish to lose?"
I haven't lost at all, because you are doing NOTHING but proving my original point, that the phrase "human being" is a matter of opinion.