As you may have heard:

El Salvador’s Supreme Court ruled Wednesday against allowing a young woman to have an abortion, which her doctors and lawyers argue is necessary to save her life.

“We cannot appeal the case because this was the last step, the Supreme Court,” said Victor Hugo Mata, Beatriz’s lawyer, in a telephone interview with CBSNews.com, after the decision was taken at 5 p.m. ET.

The mother of one, who goes by the name Beatriz to protect her identity, risks losing her life and that of her unborn baby, because of El Salvador’s strict anti-abortion laws.

The 22-year-old woman suffers from severe and complicated illnesses. Her doctors have told her that she will likely die giving birth, and the unborn child will most likely live only a few hours, but she is prevented by law from having an abortion.

“They [the Supreme Court] were not convinced this is the way… they are saying Beatriz is not in danger and she must pursue the natural way of delivery and we must see what happens,” said Mata.

“It isn’t just an abortion, it is a necessity,” said Mata, in an earlier interview with CBSNews.com.

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The 22-year-old woman suffers from severe and complicated illnesses. Her doctors have told her that she will likely die giving birth, and the unborn child will most likely live only a few hours, but she is prevented by law from having an abortion.

“They [the Supreme Court] were not convinced this is the way… they are saying Beatriz is not in danger and she must pursue the natural way of delivery and we must see what happens,” said Mata.

“It isn’t just an abortion, it is a necessity,” said Mata, in an earlier interview with CBSNews.com.

I should add that Beatriz has a fourteen month-old son whom she will be leaving behind.

So what does anti-woman Glamour Shot model Lila Grace Rose think about this?

Oh, as you might expect:

And that  is the face of the PRO-LIFE movement, folks…