An East Point clinic Pregnancy Aid Detroit was a victim of vandalism early Saturday morning, along with a board member’s home in Gros Point Woods. was sprayed onto the building and broke a window in the officer’s home.
The attack is similar to other cases in Michigan and across the country since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade ruling in June, leading to a mysterious abortion rights group called Jane’s Revenge. may be related to
Nancy Anter, executive director of Pregnancy Aid Detroit, said she learned of the incident Saturday after a member of her board called her to inform her of the vandalism at her home. She said that when Anter went to her clinic, she found a similar abortion rights message sprayed onto the building.
“This is more than just us. We are a private charity. This is an attack on people’s freedom to be who they are,” Antar said Sunday.
There have been at least four similar attacks in Michigan this year.
In the early hours of June 20, she spray-painted abortion rights messages on the exterior walls of the Lennon Pregnancy Center in Dearborn Heights and broke 11 windows and 3 glass doors.
The building that houses the congressional offices of Rep. Tim Wahlberg in Jackson was vandalized on the night of June 22 with a message about abortion rights.
The Detroit News reported that the Southfield Maternal and Fetal Care Center was attacked on Sept. 16. Vandals smashed multiple windows in the building and spray-painted abortion rights messages.
The Church of the Resurrection, a Catholic church in Lansing, was destroyed on the night of October 8, WILX reported. Abortion rights messages were spray-painted on the church door and on the sidewalk in front of the building.
Jane’s Revenge is a militant abortion rights group targeting anti-abortion clinics across the United States. A photo provided by Pregnancy Assistance Detroit shows Jane’s Revenge being spray painted on the outside wall of the clinic.
Pregnancy Aid Detroit filed a police report with the Eastpointe Police Department and board members filed another report with the Grosse Pointe Woods Police Department. Both departments are working with the FBI on the case, Anter said.
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Unter told the Detroit News that board members were awakened by noise outside their home at 2 a.m. Saturday and looked outside to see two people in masks and black clothes fleeing the house and jumping into a Prius. He said he saw the
Anter said he did not understand why they were targeted because their work is not political.
“What we are doing is very useful, our numbers show it, what we are doing is transparent and everyone is welcome,” Antar said. Told.
Pregnancy Aid Detroit will continue to serve the community. Anna said.
The Free Press left a message on Sunday asking Eastpointe police for comment.
This article originally appeared in the Detroit Free Press: Eastpointe Pregnancy Clinic Targeted for Vandalism