Dozens of pro-life centers have been targeted across the country since a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion signaled Roe V. Wade would be overturned in May, followed by the nation’s highest court ultimately ruling as such in June.
For one pro-life organization in Ohio, it has been targeted twice since last month.
“As pro-lifers, we know that our work might cost us something and that very well could be our physical safety,” the executive director of the Right to Life of Northeast Ohio Allie Frazier told Fox News Digital. “I think that it’s important in moments like this for the pro-life movement to be really clear that we’re not going to be intimidated. We will save babies. We will protect women. And we’re not going to let threats of violence stop us from doing that.”
Offices for the Right to Life of Northeast Ohio were most recently targeted on July 8, Frazier said, when at least one suspect was caught on camera lobbing rocks at the building, breaking windows and spray-painting menacing messages.
“If abortion isn’t safe, neither are you,” the suspect, who was seen wearing a face mask, scrawled on the sidewalk of the offices. The phrase has been spray-painted at similar offices across the country, often by members of pro-abortion extremist group Jane’s Revenge.
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