The woman who fought for abortion rights in a famous supreme court case has now switched sides. She was the featured speaker at Tuesday nights Right-to-Life banquet. Around 2,000 people came to hear Norma McCorvey tell her story. McCorvey used the pseudonym Jane Roe in the Roe v. Wade court case to protect her real identity. She was an abortion rights activist, even though she herself never had an abortion. Then, in the mid 90s, she became a Christian and now speaks out against legalized abortion. Throughout her life, shed worked in four abortion clinics and thats where she had a change of heart. In 1998, McCorvey took steps to try to get the decision overturned, but the courts decided her case was moot. Today, right to life supporters point to McCorvey as a symbol of hope.