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Pro-life activists plan to make their presence known at DNC events

.- A group of activists “will get arrested – perhaps more than once – in order to draw focus to Obama's hard core support of child-killing” during the Democratic National Convention, according to Randall Terry.  “We will definitely be arrested on Tuesday, August 26 at a location to be announced - and perhaps sooner.
 
In a press released, Terry, founder of the Christian Defense Coalition, also announced that his group intends “to disrupt a number of DNC events, including, but not limited to: the Interfaith Gathering; Opening Reception; African American Caucus; Hispanic Caucus; Women's Caucus; Faith Forum; the Opening of the DNC; and more.”

The group plans on taking “cues from the ‘Letter from the Birmingham Jail,’ by Martin Luther King Jr.,” Terry explained.  “We are deliberately creating social tension in order to highlight the grave evil of legalized child-killing. Those who condemn our tactics might forgo celebrating Marin Luther King day."
 
The schedule of protests can be seen at: www.humbleplea.com
 
Other pro-life events taking place during the DNC:
 
Denver pro-life leader, Bob Enyart, host of Bob Enyart Live, will be leading several pro-life actions in Denver during the convention.
 
The Christian Defense Coalition, Operation Save America, and Operation Rescue West are also holding pro-life events in the Denver area.

Their schedule of events can be seen at: www.aprayerforchange.com


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