Well, that’s interesting - if true.
He’s not “legal” to baptize - unless it’s an emergency - under our church rules, since he’s certainly not ordained.
And, if it was a baptism, then the baby HAD to be alive at the time of the baptism - which kind of rules out all of the normal abortion methods: Even partial birth abortions kill the baby while is still in the “womb” - or the operation is considered illegal. (That’s why those babies “brn alive” are very, very carefully left in the garbage sacks to die before anything can be done to revive them.)
You are correct. In the Catholic Church, ANYONE can baptize another in the case of a dire emergency (e.g. the person being baptized is facing imminent death). However, there is no provision for baptizing a person who is already dead.
Tiller had a handout brochure which featured a ceremony where he would have baptism and viewing of the corpse. A more ghoulish devil one could not imagine!