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(LifeSiteNews) — The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has still not made any arrests in its investigation of the attacks on pro-life centers and churches following the leaked Supreme Court opinion and the overturning of Roe v. Wade. 

Since the draft was made public in May, over 20 attacks have occurred, many followed by the pro-abortion extremist group Jane’s Revenge claiming responsibility. However, the FBI has responded as if people opposed to abortion are also carrying out violent attacks in response to the leaked opinion. According to Fox News, the FBI continues to investigate “the series of attacks and threats targeting pregnancy resource centers, faith-based organizations, and reproductive health clinics across the country, as well as to judicial buildings, including the U.S. Supreme Court.” 

“The incidents are being investigated as potential acts of domestic violent extremism, FACE (Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances) Act violations or violent crime matters, depending on the facts of each case,” reads a statement from the FBI to Fox News Digital. “The FBI takes all violence and threats of violence very seriously, and we are working closely with our law enforcement partners at the national, state and local levels to investigate these incidents.” 

In addition to the statement from the FBI, Fox News received confirmation from local police departments that there has been no arrest made in connection with any attack claimed by Jane’s Revenge, although investigations are ongoing. 

The incidents began in May and lasted for weeks, with the latest attacks taking place in Ohio on July 7. 

Jane’s Revenge has posted images and descriptions of its crimes on a blog which includes no names of individuals or guides to their specific plans. The group posted its “first communiqué” on May 8. 

“This is not a declaration of war,” the post reads. “War has been upon us for decades. A war which we did not want, and did not provoke. Too long have we been attacked for asking for basic medical care. Too long have we been shot, bombed, and forced into childbirth without consent.” 

The post was written below a photo of a vandalized, fire-scarred building and a caption announcing the first act of violence. Jane’s Revenge referred to the arsonists as “anarchists” and said it had members throughout the USA. 

“Wisconsin is the first flashpoint, but we are all over the US, and we will issue no further warnings. And we will not stop, we will not back down, nor will we hesitate to strike until the inalienable right to manage our own health is returned to us.” 

READ: Ted Cruz condemns ‘terrorist’ Jane’s Revenge for attacks on pro-life groups

Another post from May 30 announced a “Night of Rage” for whenever the Supreme Court issued a final ruling on Dobbs.  

“Whoever you are and wherever you are, we are asking for you to do what you can to make your anger known.” 

Three days after the historic decision, Jane’s Revenge shared its latest act of violence in Colorado. 

“An anti-abortion ‘crisis pregnancy center’ in Longmont, CO was set on fire and tagged with a circle-A and the message ‘if abortions aren’t safe neither are you’ on Saturday. The building sustained fire and heavy smoke damage.” 

“If abortions aren’t safe neither are you” became a common motto painted across the targets of Jane’s Revenge. But this was not the only alarming message sent by the group. 

READ: 19 state attorneys general call on Biden administration to confront pro-abortion terrorism

On June 30, another post detailed the attack at a pregnancy center in Virginia while also encouraging others to join in the violent response to the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. 

“We have learned that this is really quite simple, all you need is a few trusted friends and a little bit of passion!” the group wrote. “Fascism is on the rise but so are we! May the sound of shattering glass (seriously it is so satisfying :)) dry your tears.” 

The most recent post from the self-described anarchists was published on July 8, when they shared news of their attack on two pregnancy support centers the vandals called “fake clinics.” 

“As others have said, it is fun and easy to attack,” the post reads. “As more people discover the joy in attacking the infrastructure of the patriarchy, the attacks will surely continue with increasing frequency. To anyone reading this thinking that it sounds like a good time, consider this your invitation to the party. To any purveyors or patriarchy that might be reading this, f*** off, or you could be next.” The message is signed, “Joyfully yours, Jane.” 

READ: Homeland Security claims pro-abortion terror attacks could continue ‘for weeks’ after Roe ruling