NEWARK, New Jersey, Mar 3 (LSN) – US District Judge Maryanne Barry ruled yesterday that pro-abortion activist Alice Hand must pay pro-life sidewalk counsellor Janet Greenhut $10,000 for making death threats. Ironically the suit was made under the 1994 Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act, a law enacted by pro-abortion legislators to restrict the free-speech and free-assembly rights of pro-lifers.  In 1995, Mrs. Greenhut, a volunteer for Birthright in Maywood, where she drove pregnant young women to prenatal appointments, was issued death threats in two midnight phone calls.  According to the police transcript of a tape from Mrs. Greenhut's answering machine, Hand threatened, “Janet, get your pro-lifers away from our clinics or we will kill you.” She called back later to say, “You will be killed.”  Mrs. Greenhut’s attorney first sent a copy of her case to federal officials, hoping they would file suit on her behalf, but to no avail. Mrs. Greenhut then brought the case forward on her own.