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Planned Parenthood threatens to sue former employee for mailing a pro-life leaflet

The abortion worker left the industry with the help of Abby Johnson's ministry, And Then There Were None.
Tue Mar 12, 2013 - 6:16 pm EST

March 12, 2013, (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Planned Parenthood facility has threatened to sue a former employee for mailing a pro-life leaflet to her former colleagues, according to Abby Johnson.

The woman, who left a job at the abortion office with the help of Johnson's new ministry “And Then There Were None,” did not put her name or return address on the pamphlet, according to Johnson. Nonetheless, the facility pounced.

Planned Parenthood sent the former employee a letter stating that its staff felt her "communication is intimidating and harassing and they want it to stop."

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"You do not have license to harass your former co-workers, either at work or in their homes, or to provide information to others that allows them to engage in harassing behavior,” the letter stated. “If this behavior contrinues, Planned Parenthood, on behalf of its employees, will pursue all available legal remedies.”

“The abortion industry is quick to threaten legal action against its former employees,” Abby explained. She previously filed suit against a Planned Parenthood in Texas, where she was once employee of the year, alleging massive financial fraud.

The experience left her with resources for those who may face legal action.

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“ATTWN is able to connect all of our former workers with pro-life lawyers who are ready and willing to go head to head with the abortion industry,” Johnson said. “Former workers can now feel protected and safe from retaliation.”

The e-mail was the first indication of the abortion industry's growing concern over her ministry, which she launched last June.

Her new organization provides emotional support for workers scarred by what they have witnessed, legal help to those harassed into silence by the abortion industry, spiritual guidance from members of their own denomination, and financial assistance as they look for a new job. 

By September, 30 abortion workers had already left the industry, and an abortionist had contacted ATTWN about ceasing his services.

To date, 46 people have left the industry through the help of ATTWN.


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