In Illinois, Clifton Ratney was arrested for pulling a gun on a pro-life protestor while escorting a woman inside Aurora’s Planned Parenthood abortion facility. The Chicago Tribune reports that Ratney is a 21-years old from Indiana and was charged with “misdemeanor unlawful use of a weapon and disorderly conduct at the facility.”
Additionally, Ratney’s gun was fully loaded and he had fifteen rounds of ammunition in his possession. The incident was captured on video and the pro-life protestor who was confronted by Ratney, Troy Buccini, said he was simply asking the couple to give life to their unborn child.
According to Live Action News, Buccini said, “One of the pro-lifers called police. He was arrested and the baby was spared for that day, at least.”
As LifeNews previously reported, in July, a man pulled a gun on pro-life protestors outside of Tennessee’s Bristol Women’s abortion facility. Derrick Doss was arrested after the incident and charged with aggravated assault. Of course, Doss shared a completely different account of the incident and claims he never pulled out his weapon. Capt. Charlie Thomas said, “Derrick Doss was at the clinic with his girlfriend. They were confronted by some of the protestors, and he went to his vehicle and retrieved a handgun.”
Watch the video of the incident at Planned Parenthood in Aurora below.
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