Letter to editor: Appealing a no-contact order


On March 17, Donna Holman submitted an appeal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court. She is appealing an unjust no-contact order issued after her bogus arrest at the Iowa City Planned Parenthood on Nov. 1, 2006.

The no-contact order was extended without a hearing in 2011 and extended again without a hearing in 2017. These extensions occurred while the no-contact order was on appeal to the Iowa Supreme Court.

Her Supreme Court appeal brief is not so much focused on the legitimacy of the no-contact order as the illegitimacy of Roe v. Wade.

Appeals to high court have less than a 1 percent chance of being heard. Holman’s appeal may have less than that, yet her appeal leaves a paper record for future generations to marvel at.

How could a modern civilization be so barbaric as to permit, promote, and protect, the mass murders of more than 60 million people?

Is it possible for an 82-year-old Iowa farm girl to be right while an entire nation is wrong? Is it not possible?

The Supreme Court has wrought a great fraud upon itself by its unwillingness to recognize the humanity and worth of a child inside the womb.

The measure of justice of any nation is reduced to the level of protection afforded its weakest citizens.

Dan Holman

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