Abortion and Sotomayor Hearings Arrests: Former 'Jane Roe' of Roe vs. Wade Arrested with 3; Next: Desecrate Roe
WASHINGTON, July 13 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Today Norma McCorvey, the former "Roe" in Roe vs. Wade, was arrested with three other pro-life advocates at Sotomayor hearings as they decried abortion.
Norma McCorvey, formally the "Jane Roe" of the Roe vs. Wade decision - that led to the death of over 50 million children by abortion - was arrested at the Sotomayor hearings for speaking out against child-killing by abortion.
Miss McCorvey has become a strident pro-life advocate, calling on government officials to overturn the landmark case that "legalized" child-killing. She was arrested with: Francis Mahoney, Andrew Beacham, and Robert James.
All of those arrested "preached" or "prophesied" to the Senators and the crowd that child-killing by abortion must be made illegal again.
Next on the agenda:
"Desecrate Roe" Event Details---
Where: Corner of 1st and C St., near Dirksen Senate Building entrance, Washington D.C.
When: 9:00 A.M., Tuesday, July 14
Who: Norma McCorvey, Randall Terry and other DC area leaders and pro-lifers
Pro-life advocates will gather at the Dirksen building at the corner of 1st and C St., to publicly desecrate the Supreme Court's Roe vs. Wade decision. Joining her will be Randall Terry, Missy Smith, and other local pro-life leaders.
Randall Terry states, "Victory over child-killing requires courage and leadership from 'pro-life' Senators from both parties. It is long overdue for so called 'pro-life' Senators to fulfill their campaign promises. They claim they want to overturn Roe; well, now is the time to see if they will defend the babies, or submit like cowards to Obama.
"Republican 'Pro-life' Senators bear special responsibility in this; they shamelessly prostitute Roe vs. Wade and babies lives. Does 'GOP' stand for 'Good Ol' Pimps'? Or will GOP Senators actually fight in this life and death struggle? They need to filibuster Sotomayor."
Will there be more arrests? To be seen...
Contact Kathy Veritas at 406-570-1802 to schedule an interview with Norma McCorvey.