In a third FACE Act trial this fall in Washington, D.C., in which the Department of Justice is pressing charges against pro-lifers for a “traditional” lock-and-block rescue in 2020 at the infamous late-term abortion facility Washington-Surgi Center, defendant Paulette Harlow called fellow pro-life rescuers Joan Andrews Bell, 74, and Jean Marshall, 72, Paulette’s sister, to the witness stand in an unexpected move.
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In an unexpected move during pro-lifer Paulette Harlow's trial, Joan Andrew Bell and Jean Marshall will be brought to the courtroom on Wednesday from the Alexandria Detention Center, where they have been incarcerated since their own trial in mid-September.
Anti-abortion activists who conducted a rescue at a Washington, DC, late-term abortion facility in 2020 face up to a decade in federal prison each. You can write them letters and deposit money in their commissary accounts as they await sentencing.
'My dear friends, this case is so very critical, not only because innocent people are being unjustly tried in a kangaroo court, but also it is clear to see that our religious freedom is at risk here and our first amendment rights.'