WASHINGTON, Aug 10 ( – A new compilation of documentation on pro-abortion violence in Canada, the US and Puerto Rico reveals thousands of cases where pro-abortionists have attacked persons with guns, cars, acid, hypodermic syringes, and baseball bats, while other pro-abortion advocates applauded and supported some of these actions. Human Life International’s top researchers assembled Pro-Abortion Violence, which includes over 55 murders committed by pro-abortionists.

A sampling of recent incidents of murder by pro-abortionists includes a 1993 attack in Huntsville, Alabama where pro-abortion activist Eileen Orstein Janezic murdered 51-year old pro-life activist minister and radio talk show host Jerry Simon. After shooting Simon through a window of his home, she held police at bay with a pistol for six hours while spouting quotes out of Anton LaVey’s “Satanic Bible.” The report also smashes the myth painted in the media of the always heroic abortionist who is bent on service to women. It notes that Boston abortionist Kenneth Edelin aborted a living and viable baby boy, deliberately smothered him, was convicted of manslaughter but released on a technicality, and was later rewarded by being given the post of Chairman of the Board of Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA).

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