Thursday, August 12, 2010

Teen mom murdered for refusing abortion (Fontana, California)

According to the Elliot Institute, it is common for would-be fathers to pressure pregnant women into abortions. That kind of goes against the fathers rights line about all these hormonal pregnant women willy nilly killing their babies unless good strong, rational father figures are there to stay their hands. In this case, JESUS AVITIA JR. has admitted killing his 17-year-old pregnant girlfriend who did not want to have an abortion. Why? Because he was afraid a baby would interfere with his plans. Not that a baby would seriously disrupt the life of an unwed father unless he wanted it to do so.

Teen murdered for refusing abortion
Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow - 8/12/2010 5:30:00 AM

Authorities in Fontana, California, last week found the body of a pregnant 17-year-old girl whose boyfriend admits killing her because she refused to have an abortion.

After a two-month search through a mountain of trash, 18-year-old boyfriend Jesus Avitia, Jr. was formally charged in the death of Anyssia Escamilla. The death was not premeditated, but it most likely took place because Avitia wanted to pursue a nursing career but was afraid a baby would interfere with those plans.

The girl's father, Jorge Escamilla, responded to the news on television station KCAL 9, saying, "I cannot wish this, not even to my worst enemy because this is a pain that will never, never go away."

The teen had been missing three months before the body was found, and volunteers had assisted in searching and in spreading the word about the missing girl. Escamilla's brother reacted upon learning that the boyfriend confessed to the crime.

"I didn't think it was him, and it hurt me when I found out it was him because he was helping us hand out flyers," he laments.

Avitia has admitted to stuffing the teenager's lifeless body in a trash container, but he claims he did not intend to kill her.

The Elliot Institute points out that incidents such as these are not uncommon as research confirms that many women face pressure to have abortions -- and that much of that coercion comes from the child's father.