If “God told me to do it” is now a defense, there’s going to be a lot of anti-choice terrorists using it.
Advocates in Westchester County want to ensure women can access their suburban clinic without being harassed and intimidated.
The courts will likely have to decide whether the right to free speech supercedes the right to individuals to “right to privacy and a sense of security and peace in the home.”
Funny, “grandpa” isn’t the word that comes to my mind when we talk about a man stalking women down the street and yelling at them.
The suspect in the Wisconsin Planned Parenthood clinic bombing showed no remorse at his hearing.
In an update to a post from Februaury, Ralph Lang has finally been charged in federal court for plotting to kill Wisconsin abortion care providers. This is good news.
Although the clinic blockades of the 1980s and early 1990s, called “rescues” by anti-abortion activists, are fewer than they used to be thanks to 1994’s Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act [FACE], the ever-present threat of violence remains a fact of life for providers.
It’s a tried-and-true tactic: Any time anti-abortion activists are told that they can’t harass people, they scream that their First Amendment rights have been violated. Now, Rev. Mark Holick, OSA head Flip Benham, and longtime co-conspirators Chet Gallagher and Rusty Thomas are at it again, this time in Jackson, Wyoming.
Vigil for Life, a radical anti-choice group, was unsuccessful in “convincing” a woman to terminate an unintended and untenable pregnancy. So what did it do? It put out an All Points Bulletin to track her down.
The anti-choice protester is accused of pushing two clinic volunteers who were escorting a patient.