Physical harm to judges who have ruled outrageously should never be an option. Never. Anyway, a judgment that deprives a woman of her exclusive right to her own body has no binding legal validity, because the jurisdiction of a judge ends where the personal, private, exclusive area begins. So nothing to be excited about. This is just a meaningless ruling, like the ruling that stated that the world is flat. “E pur si muove“ ("And yet it moves", Galileo Galilei). And yet, women will continue to be the sole owners of their bodies and have abortions if that's what they want, regardless of the irrelevant opinions of judges on this subject.