Tuesday, November 23, 2010
From Sinai's Height, Part Two
Catholic Nurse Catherine Cenzon De Carlo, whose horrendous account of being forced by her employer Mount Sinai Hospital to perform an abortion appeared in Q.E.D.'s sister blog Aristotelian Moments last December, had her lawsuit against her employer thrown out by a judge. Apparently, the judge thinks that, although any other form of emotional trauma can make one extremely wealthy, being forced to commit murder by your employer against your will is something your employer bears no liability for. Maybe DeCarlo should have just taken the wrong acne medication--that is far more serious than being forced to betray your faith.