One video has surfaced of the FVI raid of pro-life activists charged by the Biden admin DoJ with “federal civil rights offenses” for the “invasion” of an abortion mill two years earlier.
This Thursday, there have been arrests of nine pro-life activists for blocking the entrance to a D.C. abortion center two years ago. It was part of an effort to help people seeking an abortion, counsel them to change their minds, and inform them about the local resource centers.
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The Biden DOJ stated they “engaged in a conspiracy to create a blockade at the reproductive health care clinic to prevent the clinic from providing, and patients from receiving, reproductive health services” when they “forcefully entered the clinic and set about blockading two clinic doors using their bodies, furniture, chains, and ropes.”
The activists face 11 years in prison, three years of supervised release, and a fine of $350,000.
The video released this Friday shows armed agents entering the home and holding pro-lifers at gunpoint.
‘’ But if the pro-life rescue (sit-in) took place in 2020, why did the FBI wait until 2022 to raid their homes?” asks pro-life Catholic priest Fr. David Nix.
Lauren Handy was arrested when the police received a rip that discovered the bodies of five aborted babies in her home.
Now, her allies started to speak about her side of the story.
The group called PAAU issued a press release explaining that “prior to the arrest, one of the defendants privately arranged for the Metropolitan Washington D.C. Police homicide unit to pick up five recently discovered late-term aborted babies for forensic examination. Their late gestational ages, as well as their apparent sustained injuries potentially, show violations of the Partial-Birth Abortion Act as well as the Born Alive Infants Protection Act, which are federal crimes.”
“We are aware that the Metropolitan Police Department has stated they do not believe a crime has been committed against these babies under D.C. law,” PAAU founder and executive director Terrisa Bukovinac said.
“However, the laws in question are federal laws enforced by the U.S. Department of Justice.”
Nix wrote that he saw the images, and “I can say that these are the largest babies killed that I have ever seen pictures of. I really am not sure if it’s abortion or infanticide, which clearly explains the urgency of the left to pin this on pro-lifers who were turning in bodies who died by possible infanticide. They are too gruesome to link here.”