In a wrongful death lawsuit filed by a Texas man against three women who he says helped his then-wife abort their baby, Peter Breen, executive vice president and head of litigation for the Thomas More Society, said Monday on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily that the group is going after networks that sell abortion pills. The three women are being sued by the man’s estate after he died.
According to Breitbart News, Marcus Silva is fighting Jackie Noyola, Amy Carpenter, and Aracely Garcia for helping his ex-wife Brittni Silva have an illegal abortion and hiding the pregnancy and abortion from him. Jonathan Mitchell, who was the Solicitor General of Texas and helped write SB 8, the Texas Heartbeat Act, is in charge of the civil lawsuit that was brought in Galveston County District Court. If a baby heartbeat is found, it is against the law to have an abortion. It gives law enforcement a new tool by letting people sue abortion providers and people who “help” or “conspire” to do an illegal abortion in civil court.
Breen says that the Thomas More Society’s legal team learned of Aracely Garcia’s role in the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice only after the lawsuit had been filed. Since at least 2018, Garcia has been an important part of their New York City team. Mitchell sent the pro-choice group a “litigation hold” letter on March 16. The letter asked for proof about Garcia and the group’s “possible involvement in obtaining or providing abortion pills,” including the ones used to kill baby Silva.
According to the letter, there will be an investigation into whether or not Ms. Garcia was doing her job when she helped kill Mr. Silva’s son.
In an interview, Breen said that the team’s finding of Garcia’s supposed place of work was a “big find” that could lead to a bigger investigation into abortion pill networks and maybe even the people who make abortion pills. Breen says that no one has said anything in reaction to what the Thomas More Society has said.
It is very important to know where people sell abortion pills. It’s interesting to us, too, to find out who wrote it first.When he heard that one of the suspects might have known a well-known abortion service provider, he was shocked. I really hope that we will find more solid clues that will help us find the people who did the terrible things that have happened in Texas and other pro-life states.
He said, “Let’s hope we can lay the groundwork so that those laws actually work; they’re not just a piece of paper, they’re a real protection,” if your state has laws that protect fetal life. After that, he had a good idea that the three women had something to do with the illegal supply of abortion drugs in Texas and other places.
Tom Brejcha is a pro-life lawyer who quit his job in 1997 to start the Thomas More Society and help pro-life activists fight against the abortion business. He talked about how the group has changed since he quit his job. The public interest legal practice started out as a “small donor-supported organization,” but it has now spread to cities all throughout the United States. It has fought some of the most important pro-life cases of our time with people like Lila Rose and David Daleiden of Live Action and Mark Houck, a Catholic father of seven who is also an activist.
“We are trial lawyers who want to stand up for people doing good work in clinics, pregnancy centers, and on the streets,” Breen said. So, we don’t have to keep thinking about whether or not “Can we go to the Supreme Court with this?” Whom may we help today? We asked the public for help. No one knows or cares about this. We can also help you with that, by the way.
The Thomas More culture works against “secular society” to protect traditional family values and parental rights, according to their “About” page.”hostility in our secular culture toward upholding the sacredness of all human life, from conception to natural death,” the firm writes.
From the start, it was how we felt. “We like to look out for the little guy,” Breen said. We know how to get people out of tight spots. It’s nice that they first think of us.
Case number 23-cv-375 is being heard right now in the District Court for Galveston County.