A network of pro-abortion pregnancy centers are taking matters into their own hands, hiring private investigators to find the pro-abortion terrorists who attacked their clinics.
CompassCare has partnered with the Thomas More Society, a nonprofit law firm that fights for religious freedom, to hire private investigators to find perpetrators on their own terms and timelines.
“From our discussions with investigators so far, they have already provided us with invaluable insights that we were unaware of, and they have a track record of identifying terrorists both internationally and domestically.” said Jim Harden, CEO of Compass Care. national review.
Compass Care’s Buffalo store was incendiary and destroyed in June by pro-abortion extremists who claimed to belong to the Jane’s Revenge group after a leaked Supreme Court overturned ruling. rice field. Law vs Wade. The damage cost the organization over $100,000 in new security. After 52 days of reconstruction, the center reopened to patients. Pregnancy resource centers often offer alternatives to abortion, including free medical and financial assistance for pregnant and new mothers.
“This year, security for all three sites alone cost us $150,000. With the next budget, it will cost another $80,000 each year,” Harden said. national review At the time. Harden had to temporarily move her family due to doxing threats from pro-abortion activists.
After the arson attack on Compass Care in Buffalo, New York, Jane’s Revenge claimed responsibility in an online memorandum. It also threatened to unleash a violent outburst against Prolife’s clinic.
Over the summer, the FBI announced it would investigate attacks on pregnancy resource centers nationwide as acts of domestic violent extremism after 124 Republican lawmakers urged U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to do so.
Harden, however, claims the FBI has delayed an investigation into violence against 77 pro-life clinics nationwide for four months. reported that it did not perform forensic analysis of its video surveillance footage.
The FBI advertised a $25,000 bounty for information that could lead to the arrest of the arsonist, but Compass Care called it a “ploy to feign investigative interest.” Harden said Compass Care would likely receive FBI compensation to offset the cost of hiring a private investigator if the suspect was apprehended.
“If the FBI is interested in quelling nationwide hate crimes against Christian pro-life organizations, then the FBI is not only responsible for the pro-abortion terrorists who bombed our facilities, but for all 78 attacks. We will offer a reward for information that leads to an arrest,” Harden said. He said. “It’s a sad day when civilians are entrusted with the work of law enforcement.”