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WASHINGTON, July 13 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Justice Department of US President Clinton and the Federal Bureau of Investigations have allegedly compiled a database on pro-life leaders called VAAPCON. After being tipped off anonymously to the database’s existence, Judicial Watch filed a freedom of information act lawsuit Friday to garner the information from the government.  Larry Klayman, Chairman and General Counsel of Judicial Watch, a US government watchdog,  said, “the Clinton Administration has used and continues to use the FBI as a political weapon against its perceived adversaries.”

“Now we understand that the Clinton Administration is keeping a FBI database on prominent Americans and other citizens who happen to be active in the pro-life movement and who believe it is wrong to kill unborn children.”  LifeSite has learned that VAAPCON was the name of an 18-month task force called Violence Against Abortion Providers Conspiracy by the US Justice Department which frustrated pro-abortion supporters by finding no evidence of a conspiracy to do violence on the part of pro-lifers.

With files from Pro-Life Info-Net.

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