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WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) – Veteran pro-life activist Randall Terry has accused the Department of Justice (DOJ) and its Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of targeting pro-lifers after the discovery of fetal remains outside a Washington, DC abortion clinic. 

“These people contacted the local authorities and then suddenly the DOJ comes in with the FBI to arrest them,” said Randall Terry at an April 5 press conference.  

The indictment had come almost a month earlier. The DOJ under Trump was not prosecuting these cases. So somebody wanted to show their pro-abortion-bona fides at the Department of Justice and dug up a case that was two years old.” 

A veteran pro-life leader and no stranger to arrest, Terry said that while the link between the discovery and the arrests of nine pro-life activists cannot be stated for certain, it is likely that the arrests were fast-tracked due to the discovery.  

“Probably the speed at which it happened–a month earlier is the indictment and then suddenly when these babies are found, I think somebody at the DOJ and the police coordinated,” Terry stated. “That’s my gut. But I could be wrong.” 

Pro-life activist Terrisa Bukovinac stated that she and fellow pro-lifer Lauren Handy came into possession of the fetal remains of 115 aborted children on March 25 outside the Washington, D.C. Surgi-Clinic abortion facility. 

“Upon arrival we saw a truck labeled Curtis Bay Medical Waste Services parked outside,” said Bukovinac. “We approached the driver who was about to load two large boxes with biohazard symbols onto his truck. We asked him if he knew what was in the boxes, and after he said no, we told him: ‘Dead babies.’” 

Bukovinac asserted that “the driver was visibly shaken” and “confirmed the boxes were from Washington-Surgi.” Bukovinac and Handy also allege that the driver gave them one of the boxes after Handy told him they planned to give the dead children inside a proper funeral and burial. 

Unable to find a pathologist or medical specialist to examine the bodies, Bukovinac and Handy then contacted the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department and the Chief Medical Examiner Office through their legal counsel, Steve Cooley. 

“It appears that some of the fetuses were the result of late term abortion(s) or possibly live birth abortions,” wrote Cooley in his March 29 letter. “The purpose of this communication is to advise appropriate authorities of this situation and request an investigation and forensic examinations be undertaken as required by applicable law.” 

The next morning Handy and eight other pro-life activists were arrested by the FBI for a pro-life rescue at the Surgi-Clinic abortion facility on Oct. 22, 2020. The abortion mill is headed by Dr. Cesare Santangelo and is an institution notorious for its long history of medical malpractice   

Terry has been working with Bukovinac and Handy to help them navigate their pro-life activism as well as their newfound media prominence. “The courage and dedication of these two women is on a level I have rarely seen. I don’t impress easily, and I have been incredibly impressed by these women,” said Terry.  

Before taking questions, Terry concluded his remarks with a warning to the mainstream media, which has presented Handy to the public in recent days as a bizarre or deranged persona rather than a compassionate individual interested in saving children from abortion, and in this case, providing aborted children the dignity of a proper burial. 

“Remember, if it was 1942 or 1943 and a German photographer or videographer made it into Auschwitz or Dachau and took footage of what was happening in those facilities and did not show it, that photojournalist would be a collaborator with the Nazis and with the killers,” said Terry.

“And that is what has become of so much media in America today. Collaborators by hiding the truth. And it is repugnant, is an offense against God and a treachery against these victims,” he concluded. 

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