In early March, a 41-year-old Canadian abortion activist told police she was attacked by a man outside a Tim Horton’s, alleging he threw a bucket of red paint in her face and called her a “murderer.”
Now, it turns out none of it actually happened.
At the time, the woman said the paint had broken blood vessels in one eye and left her with blurred vision, saying she felt “overwhelmed” by the alleged attack.
After the woman filed her (ultimately false) report, the SHORE Centre, an abortion clinic that was formerly a Planned Parenthood location, said they were closing up their doors until the police finished their investigation. Local abortion advocates were quick to jump on the woman’s story as gospel.
Tues. aft. a pro-choice supporter was attacked with red paint and called a murderer outside of a Tim Horton’s in Kitchener. We have not received any threats or had any concerns at our location, but have locked our door as a precaution until the police investigation is concluded.
— SHORE Centre (@SHORECentreWR) March 7, 2018
I was very disturbed to hear that a local pro-choice advocate was assaulted because of her work concerning women’s reproductive health. I hope that @WRPSToday is able to find and hold the assailant accountable. @SHORECentreWR
— Catherine Fife (@CFifeKW) March 7, 2018
Police say they investigated the woman’s report as a hate crime, but determined that the whole incident never actually occurred. Because apparently, it never dawned on this woman that the police might figure out she was lying through her teeth.
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“At the conclusion of the investigation, detectives have determined the assault did not take place,” police said in a press release Wednesday.
Unfortunately for Canadian infants, the SHORE clinic has now reopened.
LifeNews Note: Brittany Hughes writes for MRCTV, where this originally appeared. File photo.