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Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Long-time readers will remember that Joanna Jepson, a Church of England curate, took the police to court last year relative to a 26-week old in-mom baby that was aborted because he had a cleft palate.

Here's an update.

Joanna is right. Just look at me.

A Teenager born with a cleft palate has spoken out in support of Cheltenham-born cleric Joanna Jepson.

The 27-year-old hit the headlines when she took the police to court over the abortion of a baby with a cleft lip and palate. She claimed it was an unlawful killing and argued that the doctor in the case should have been prosecuted.

The police have now reopened their criminal investigation into the abortion.

A planned judicial review, won by Miss Jepson, has now been postponed until the investigation is completed.

Joanna's supporters have also created a Joanna Jepson website with news updates, a message board, and links.

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