by Pete Baklinski, LifeSiteNews.com
The socialist government of France is fast-tracking a bill aimed at criminalizing websites that might dissuade women from abortion.
Convicted website owners could face two years in prison and fines up to 30,000 euros ($31,799 USD).
Dr. Joseph Meaney, director of international coordination for Human Life International, called the proposal a “pro-death storm” that has many concerned.
“It is aimed at banning pro-life websites and is really plunging towards ‘thought crimes.’ Even liberal bishops are speaking out against the penal sanctions for free speech,” he told LifeSiteNews.
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