Leading pro-life activists in the nation’s capital have posted amazing new pictures of a Planned Parenthood abortion business that has been demolished now that it has been closed down.
As LifeNews reported last year, a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Washington, D.C. announced its closure as of June 26, 2015.
In 2010, Planned Parenthood erected a fence around property near their building entrance and put up “no trespassing” signs even though fenced property and sidewalk were officially public property. Rev. Patrick Mahoney was falsely arrested for trespassing while praying on the public sidewalk.
Later, city officials admitted Planned Parenthood lied about owning the property and that the sidewalk was indeed public. Afterwards, police stopped threatening pro-life supporters with arrest. Recently, some threats of arrest of peaceful pro-life activists had resumed, but no arrests were actually made.
Now, Mahoney has posted pictures of the demolished building — and pro-life advocates say the building was likely leveled so the abortion giant could sell the property.
In 30 years I was never allowed past the front door of the Planned Parenthood in Washington DC. Today, on Palm Sunday, I took my first step inside and here is what I saw! My prayer is that every Planned Parenthood will end up on the scrapheap of history like segregation and slavery! On with the revolution!
Fellow pro-life advocate Chris Slattery said: “No this PP was not bombed but torn down! It is my ideal Planned Parenthood which stood in Washington DC for many years, and one at which EMC Frontline interns helped save babies in the summer of 2013. Susana Vives Tous and Pilar Ruiz De Temiño García! Thanks ladies for being part of a solution.”
Shoddy patient care standards were also an issue there. In 2009, Planned Parenthood paid out $1.5 million in damages to the family of 14-year-old Shanteese Butler, after she sustained permanent injuries from an abortion procedure performed by Colin Walters.