Davis, a major witness in the second FACE Act trial of pro-life activists for their participation in an October 2020 rescue, also admitted that she must testify 'whenever the government calls upon me.'
Pro-life rescuer Jonathan Darnel, who could spend over a decade in prison for blocking access to a notorious abortion facility in 2020 if found guilty, said facing jail time is simply ‘a normative part of following God in a nation that hates Him.’
'This conviction is blatant abuse of political power,' Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nance said of the conviction of five pro-life activists who blocked access to a late-term abortion center in Washington, D.C.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. on Tuesday sided with pro-lifers against the same district court in which the 10 advocates for the unborn are being prosecuted for FACE Act violations. The ruling could be good news for the anti-abortion activists, who face up to 11 years behind bars if convicted.
Five of the original nine defendants are currently on trial, with each facing up to 11 years in prison if convicted on federal charges for an October 2020 rescue effort to save unborn babies in a downtown Washington, D.C., facility run by notorious late-term abortionist Cesare Santangelo.