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May 08, 2002

Pro-Abortionist forces can't seem to be consistent

According to WorldNetDaily, a pro-life protestor, Ann Norton, won a judgment against the city of Kalamazoo. 

As Norton, 57, and friend Diane Roberts picketed the clinic, a passerby who disapproved of Norton's sign tore it from its backing, leading Roberts to telephone police.

One officer was dispatched to the clinic to file a report, but several days later, the center said, Norton and Roberts were informed by police they were being charged with a violation of state law for displaying the graphic sign. Michigan statutes prohibit the public display of pictures of murder.

Police eventually dropped the charges because they had failed to confiscate the sign as evidence.

She says she'll spend the $650 award on new signs.

Now the fun irony of the city buying signs for a pro-life protestor aside, here's my question: Aren't the pro-abortionists the ones who claim abortion isn't a murder? Kinda hypocritical of them to turn around and call it murder when twisting laws to infringe on the First Amendment rights of pro-lifers, isn't it.

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Posted by Jack Lewis at May 8, 2002 06:47 AM