I would like a source for that.
Couldn't be arsed. It's common knowledge (I read about it in so many sources, that I'm quite sure you will be able to find something in English or German). Cases of children diagnosed with the possibility of Down syndrome, whose parents didn't succumb to the pressure of killing them, who were born perfectly healthy are numerous.
someone who never faced the consequences of doing so, or ever will.
How do you know? I have two children and I may have more, if God wills.
lumb of celle
You haven't been reading this thread very carefully, have you? Eugenic abortions in Poland were conducted in 24-25th week of pregnancy, when the child is able to survive outside its mother's womb.
immediately after they do it this is supposedly a different story?
Yes. It is indeed a different story, because that's when a separate human life begins. It is no longer either the man or the woman, but a new being. The topic of this thread, however, is the ban of eugenic abortion in Poland, not the issue of abortion in general.
Banning abortion is wrong, both ethically and practocally
Yes, I understand that this is your opinion, you made it quite clear. The tactics of repeating it over and over again is rather unlikely to make me change my mind though. :)
Wait, this is debateable in your opinion?
Yes. I am a presuppositionalist, pretty much in the spirit of Cornelius van Til, Greg Bahnsen or John Frame (even heretics get some things right sometimes :) ).