In 1990s, pro-life pressure against abortion clinic intensifies (II)

print Chattanooga Women’s Clinic opened in Chattanooga in 1975 and is reported to have destroyed nearly 35,000 boys and girls. The operators of the clinic ran a rough shop, with numerous injured women, numerous lawsuits for negligence, protests by Christians until three blockade protests of the clinic in 1989 under the theme of Operation Rescue. As clinic owner Susie Crawley was dying of cancer, her familiars across the picket line sought to visit her in the hospital, and she filed suit alleging harassment. Illegal abortions at the clinic brought dismissal against civil claims against protesters. In the 1990s, pro-life activism … Continue reading In 1990s, pro-life pressure against abortion clinic intensifies (II)