DETROIT, March 15, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Detroit-area abortionist threatened to murder his wife, telling her he “understood” how a man could murder and dismember another human being, according to documents obtained by LifeSiteNews.com.
Shalece Daniels, who is now the ex-wife of Reginald Sharpe, filed an application for a Personal Protection Order (PPO) on March 4, 2008.
The complaint required an extra page to include all five incidents that Daniels says left her feeling vulnerable and in need of additional security.
Daniels said the doctor made a reference to a vicious murder then in the news involving a man named stephen Grand, who strangled and dismembered his wife. In early January 2008, “Reginald threatened to, 'Kill me like Tara Grant.' He stated that he, 'Understood how Mr. Grant could feel so good that he could not stop strangling her.' And that he could see himself doing that to me,” the form states.
About two weeks after allegedly threatening to inflict the same fate as Tara Grant, Daniels claims that Sharpe said her behavior was “pushing him closer to killing me” and told her, “Stop pushing me.”
She wrote that on that July 6, Sharpe “stated that he would, 'Break my legs,' and my daughter called the police. There was no formal report made.”
Between the two incidents in 2008, she stated that Reginald stuffed snow in her daughter's face. Yet she wrote that in May 2007 he promised to “come and f--- me up” after she disciplined his son by sending him to bed early.
Daniels appealed for protection in part because Sharpe owns a handgun and a shotgun, according to the form.
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Lynn Mills of Pro-Life Detroit told LifeSiteNews the two were married when the PPO was granted. At the time Daniels was 25, and Sharpe was 50.
Shalece Daniels formerly worked as an administrator in Sharpe's two Detroit-area abortion facilities and led a 2006 pro-abortion rally, according to news reports. She spoke to a reporter from the Workers World newspaper, the publication of the Workers World Party, a Marxist political sect.
The pair appeared together this January when Sharpe's son, Reggie, recited Martin Luther King Jr.'s “I Have a Dream” speech at a school event to celebrate the civil rights movement at Grosse Pointe Academy.