by Bob Unruh, WND
An employee of Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis abortion business, Casey Spiegel, claimed the abortion counselor, John P. Ryan, told him there were several bombs planted in the clinic.
But Ryan claimed he never said that, and a jury acquitted him.
Brad Blake, special counsel for the Thomas More Society, which represented Ryan, said a video of the encounter clearly shows that the abortion worker “had zero reaction when Mr. Ryan … was speaking to her.”
“This criminal charge, with its attendant bond restrictions that keep John away from the Planned Parenthood facilities, succeeded in muzzling him and depriving him of his First Amendment rights to use the public sidewalk, as he had for years previously, to voice his pro-life message,” Blake said.
© 2018 WND.com