The Texas ban on abortion is totally dependent on private citizens suing to stop them. I trust there will be a list of the names and addresses of said citizens who bring the law suits. And good luck to them, even if they belong to the klan who are long AR-15s.
Yep, he is obviously one of the good guys. Serving 15 years for tax fraud. The heart of Texas (conveniently located in Arkansas).
Yeah, he is an ex-lawyer, under house arrest, with way too much time on his hands.
But, as the WSJ editorial board argues here
There’s no doubt the law is an unconstitutional violation of the Court’s abortion precedents. But the proper place to vindicate the existing right to abortion is when there is a tangible injury as the law is enforced. Under the Constitution, courts get involved only when there is a case or controversy ...
So, somebody like Stilley has to create a case to get this bad law properly taken down -- not that that's his motivation.