Jurors were not allowed to see the 2013 undercover video that defendants say motivated their pro-life efforts. In the clip, notorious late-term abortionist Cesare Santangelo says a baby born alive would be left to die.
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.
A federal court ruled pro-lifers can proceed with their lawsuit against D.C. for 'viewpoint discrimination' after their arrest for chalking a sidewalk with 'Black Pre-Born Lives Matter' while simultaneously allowing permanently painted BLM graffiti across the city.