Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Planned Parenthood of Western Washington Accuses 40 Days Campaign of Threatening Violence

On September 27, 2007, the Everett Police Department seized a home-made incendiary device from the home of an anti-choice activist. Acting on an anonymous tip that an attack was planned on a local clinic, police obtained a search warrant for the activist's home. Along with the device, officers found radical anti-choice literature and information about an upcoming protest at our Everett clinic!

That's according to a fundraising letter Planned Parenthood WW sent out this week to their direct mail list. Michelle at Life of the Party and coordinator of the Everett 40 Days for Life Campaign wasn't contacted or questioned by the police. Why not?

It's possible that this was potential pro-choice violence to be directed against the peaceful pro-lifers participating in the 40 Days for Life Campaign. Planned Parenthood seems to know all about this event but the media and the 40 Days for Life Campaign doesn't. Is it possible the anonymous tipster tipped off PP at the same time they tipped off the police? Then PP twisted it around to make it sound like it was connected to 40 Days for Life in order to raise money.

We know the "pro-choice" movement has a long history of violence so I wouldn't put it past them.

We also know the incredible stress and pressure that many, if not most, of those working in the abortion industry are under. Is it possible one of them finally went over the edge? If that is the case I pray that this unfortunate event has enabled this person to get out from under the abortion industry's hold on them. I would also hope that Planned Parenthood hasn't used this person's sad story to enrich their own pocketbook.

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