(CNAs) The Detroit-area Pro-Life Pregnancy Center and the home of one of its officers were spray-painted with a threatening message early Saturday morning, according to local reports.
The threatening text, “Jeanne, if abortion isn’t safe, neither are you,” was spray painted on the garage door and driveway of a member of the Pregnancy Aid Detroit board of trustees in East Point, Michigan. rice field. The door handle of the house was also spray-painted red and the windows were broken. according to in the report of Macomb Daily.
The same morning, the pregnancy center itself was also found to have been defaced with messages in red paint that read “Liar,” “Fake Clinic,” and “Jane’s Revenge.”
A center officer was awakened at 2 a.m. by noises outside his home. The woman reportedly saw two individuals wearing masks and black clothes fleeing from their home and getting into a Prius.
Nancy Anter, executive director of Pregnancy Aid Detroit, said in a statement to CNA: And I think that itself should be investigated, and I think it should be a nationwide warning, regardless of your political or moral views on abortion. ”
“Obviously they don’t know what we’re doing. I’m not really sure what the point was. We’re not political,” Antar told CNA. “We are moms, part-time small staff and lots of volunteers. Free pregnancy tests, free ultrasounds, maternity clothes, baby clothes, baby products, classes, support groups, referral information, diapers, wipes, Infant Formulas — For women who think they are pregnant or who are pregnant as much as possible…our goal is to help them and provide practical support.
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Since the capsize Law vs. Wadethe group “Jane’s Revenge” has claimed responsibility for a series of vandalism and attacks against pro-life groups and churches.
One Jane’s Revenge statement, archived on The Anarchist Library’s website, states: But until you do, it’s an open season and we know where your tactics lie” and “Through offense, we find joy.
Tweet this: I think what happened to us and our board members deserves to be considered a hate crime. And I think it should be explored as such.
As of September 22, CNA is Recorded Since early May, 33 churches, 55 pregnancy centers, 3 political organizations and 1 maternity hospital have been attacked, and public evidence points to motives in favor of abortion. Crime includes vulgar graffiti, property damage, threats, theft, and even arson.
Some pro-life organizations face more than just graffiti. CNA reported lifechoice pregnancy center An arson attack in Longmont, Colorado suffered sustained fires and significant smoke damage. The facade of the building was defaced with pro-abortion slogans such as “ban our bodies”. Also written in spray paint was the threatening phrase, “If abortion isn’t safe, neither are you.”
The Pregnancy Aid Detroit website states:
Local police are investigating the incident, according to WJBK-TV Fox 2 Detroit.
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