Monday, October 01, 2012

"Contraception" is Murder,9-19, April 2, 2012

Formerly Stop the Killing of Young People (skyp) and soon, perhaps, “Contraception” is Murder.


April 2, 2012, Vol. 9   No. 19

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 221

John Dunkle, Editor


Abortion is Murder, a weak, pathetic response to baby murder, is sent out at least once a month.  If the gestapo hasn’t jailed you for defending the innocent realistically, you either have to tell me you want it or go to the website.  Faxes and emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs, $700 for others.


Because I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect those being tortured to death, I want to hear from people who’ve been forceful and from those who defend them.  I’d also like to hear from those prolifers and pro-deathers who call force violence.



Prisoners for Christ:



1.                Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180, USP McCreary,  P.O. Box 3000, Pine Knot, KY 42635

2.                Gibbons, Linda, Vanier WDC, 655 Martin St., P.O. Box 1040, Milton, ON, Canada L9T 5E6

3.                Grady, Francis Gerald 040368, Outagamie Co. Jail, P.O. Box 1779, Appleton, WI 54912-1779

4.                Griffin, Michael 310249,  5914 Jeff Ates Rd., Milton, FL 32583-0000

5.                Jordi, Stephen 70309-004, FCI P.O. Box 33, Terre Haute IN 47802    6/30 

6.                Knight, Peter James,  P.O. Box 376, Laverton, Victoria, Australia 

7.                Kopp, James 11761-055, USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, 3057 Easton Tpk., Waymart, PA 18472 

8.                Little, David SJRCC, 930 Old Black River Road, Saint John, NB E2J 4T3

9.                Moose, Justin 27494-057   FCI Talladega, P.O. Box 1000, Talladega, AL 35160

10.              Mower,  Donny Eugene 65828-097, FCI Terminal Island, PO Box 3007, San Pedro, CA 90731

11.              Richardson, Alonzo Lee 12898-021, CCM,  716 McDonough Blvd. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

12.              Roeder, Scott P.  65192, PO Box 2, Lansing Kansas 66043

13.              Rogers, Bobby Joe 21292-017,  FDC, PO Box 019120, Miami, FL 33101

14.              Rudolph, Eric 18282-058 US Pen. Max, Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500

15.              Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A, P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093    3/31

16.           Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, United States Penitentiary, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg  PA 17837 




This completes the ninth year of this newsletter.  I edited “Pro-Life Berks” a few years before that, too, but then I got kicked out of the organization for advocating self-defense.  So I went off on my own.



  What a  story!  Don’t miss Pat Richard’s 3/18 post on the blog.  True or not, and brief, it’s got all the elements -- drama, intrigue, an informer, a gullible good guy, and especially questions, questions, questions – everything.

  I’ve never heard of our almost hero, Daniel Ware, and googling him didn‘t answer much.  And it’s hard to believe baby killers would be so stupid as to gather in one place. (But wait a minute!  What about Pat’s picture of them together in front of the Supreme Court!)

  The story is instructive, though, even if fictitious: in this day and age if you are going to break one of the diabolic laws that protect baby killers, their helpers, the places where they kill, etc., in other words, if you are going to attack the culture of death effectively,  tell  no  one.  This is not a guerrilla war, a small war, you will be engaged in; if you decide to defend the endangered forcefully today,  you  must  do  that  by  your  self.



One of Our Greatest Heroes:


Hello John,   It has been some time since I last did so, so perhaps I can firstly take this opportunity to once again express my appreciation and give my thanks to those on the prisoner list who, out of a pure heart and with good motivation, have made large sacrifices to speak on behalf of the unborn (all the unborn victims) and to defend the gospel.

  “If someone is raped by her father and becomes pregnant (etc.), is Scott going to foot the bill for the child’s upbringing and care?”  For perhaps the first time in his life, Patrick, (March 2 inclusion), who wrote that, has raised a valid question.  I fancy, though, that it would have been an even better question, much better, had it been directed elsewhere: to the rapist father.  This has always been the problem with pro-abortionists, always suggesting that the cost of someone’s actions should be passed on to someone else, usually the unborn.

  During half a dozen exchanges of dialogue, on two occasion Patrick accused Scott of giving no answer.  However, on the first occasion, in his first reply, Scott’s evasion of the question told us everything we need to know.  And if that wasn’t enough, in his next reply he said, “And you wouldn’t be willing to, either.”  Patrick’s next words were: “You did not answer the question.”  Well, what does the word “either” (“you wouldn’t . . . either”) mean and what does it tell anyone who isn’t blind.

  Of course there are people who go in for this type of thing; there are those who spend whatever time they can find canvassing for funds (and distributing them) to help such babies to be raised.  I can’t imagine, though, how this effort/question from Patrick, framed in the way it was, could ever be seen as an attempt to do that.  My own advice as to what such canvassers (and everyone else) should do has always been a bit too tough for them to accept, but if this is a genuine concern of Patrick’s, perhaps he could approach one such group (or more) and see how he gets on with his sensible suggestion that they be a good deal more discerning in the future and save their assistance for those who are pregnant through no fault of their own (the one in a thousand, that is, who is), rather than do as they do and squander the raised money by allowing themselves to be blackmailed by those who have voluntarily got themselves up the duff (the 999 in a thousand).  I am sure they must be doing themselves out of funds by not being able to inform people  that they are particularly discerning.

  And yes, if he is truly concerned about these rare cases, if he is not just an actor playing a role, since he won’t do what he really should do, then perhaps Patrick (and anyone like him) could volunteer himself as an assistant in the raising of such funds instead of screaming out “kill, kill, kill the innocent” anytime someone becomes a victim of rape.

  It was Scott who was asked the question, not me; but if anyone wants my answer: When I say that the entire flock were lost, all 100 of them, I knew that the sensible  thing for people to do was to go in search of the 99 lost sheep rather than chase after the one (or none).  I did not see anyone doing that, though, not even  amongst millions of so-called shepherds.  All I saw from them and all I heard from them was the bullcrap claim that the Lord was pleased with them after they had left 99 percent of the endangered unborn to fend for themselves among the wolves – “we’re good folks, we’re Christians.”  This false claim and slander pissed me off more than anything else, and I knew that the strongest protest had to be made.

  Once again, my thanks go out to any prisoner who, with a pure heart and good motivations, has stood up to speak on behalf of the voiceless unborn (all the voiceless unborn) and to defend Jesus’ name.

  Finally, a word to and about Paul Evans.  Very disappointed, from more than one perspective, to learn that Paul has fallen into the arms of the tobacco company executives and then pushes to help them peddle their worthless poison. On the day of their arrest, when someone has just learned that they will now almost certainly not be there for their three year old son as he grows, and their concern is not totally focused on that but is taken away and lost to: “I continually asked the agents for the cigarettes and lighter that I thought were in my pocket,” it is made clearer to me once again that this stuff gets them hooked probably even worse than heroin.  If there is anything else worthy of your mind’s focus at such a time, it is certainly not this.  If I had to look back and admit that there was something like this that had come in and stolen away the focus of my concern from where it should be, there is only one thing I could say: The thing that did this has got to go, and this has got to stop.  Never will I have this happen again.

    Farewell, Peter  [Knight]

Our Latest Hero:


  Dear Sirs,  I’ve been receiving your newsletter here at FDC Miami.  I would like to know if you have any pen pals I could write to and if so could you send me a list.  My family has turned against me and I have no one to write to. This newsletter is the only thing I receive in the mail.  It’s kind of hard doing time alone here.  I appreciate everything you’re doing for the cause of God’s will.  If we had more people out there, maybe we wouldn’t have these acts going on.  Not many are bold enough to stand up like me and Eric Rudolph.  It infuriates me to know I didn’t do more before I was caught.  I’m sorry this is so short but I don’t have a lot to say at the moment.  I’m sorry I didn’t write sooner but I’ve been under a lot of stress being in here with no one to conversate with.

             Your friend,  Bobby


  That’s Bobby Joe Rogers, guys.  Write him quick.
  Oops, looks as if we have an even later one:


  After a bottle containing incendiary chemicals combusted outside a Wisconsin Planned Parenthood Sunday evening, a local man with a history of trouble with the law has been arrested and made his first appearance in court Wednesday to answer to charges of arson.

  Fire crews in Grand Chute, Wisc. responded to a fire near a windowsill of the city’s Planned Parenthood on April 1. The device, a bottle containing gasoline, was the source of a fire, which extinguished itself before emergency personnel arrived. The fire reportedly caused minimal damage.

  According to a local NBC report, police were at first unsure whether the bottle, which erupted while the facility was closed, was a genuine attempt at violence or “simply someone’s bad idea of an April fool’s prank.”

However, Francis Grady was arrested hours after the incident for driving intoxicated. Police then used surveillance camera footage to identify his van as the same that was outside the Planned Parenthood at the time of the arson, and that was involved in a car accident later in the day. Grady said in court Wednesday he intended to burn the Planned Parenthood facility down.

  Grady has a long history of run-ins in the law, having been arrested in the past for manufacturing cocaine, resisting or obstructing a police officer, and skipping out on bail.

  “Do you even care at all about the 1,000 babies that died screaming?” Grady reportedly asked the judge in U.S. District Court in Green Bay. He later told a reporter that he planted the device because “they’re killing babies there.”

  According to an FBI affidavit, Grady smashed in the window of the Planned Parenthood and poured gasoline into the building before setting fire to his device, lighting his own jacket on fire in the process.

  Grady was charged with “arson of a building used in interstate commerce” and “intentionally damaging the property of a facility to provide reproductive health services,” and scheduled for a preliminary hearing on April 19.

  In announcing the arrest, Teresa Carlson, special agent-in-charge of the FBI’s Milwaukee office, said in a statement that, “The FBI will always investigate and bring to justice anyone who resorts to violence as a means to harm, intimidate, or prevent the public’s right to access reproductive health services.”

  The event sparked condemnation from every GOP presidential candidate. Former Sen. Rick Santorum said in a statement, “While we can and should work to defund Planned Parenthood and push back against government mandates that force Americans and religious institution to violate their faith, violence against our fellow citizens has no place in a freedom-loving America.”



  Cardinal George of Chicago made a remarkable statement recently: “I’ll die in my bed, my successor will die in jail, and his successor will be martyred in the public square.”  Coming from one of the remaining few believing Catholic prelates, that remark would have been dismissed as hyperbole, but coming from “ol’ lukewarm” it has to be taken seriously.


  Kate Ranieri teaches and frequently writes in the Allentown, Pa, area promoting the “pro-choice” agenda.  In four short paragraphs on the 4/3 blog she manages to include all eight of these anti-prolife curses:


1 -- the vitriol of a well-funded, misogynistic minority Hell-bent on returning women to draconian servitude

2 -- doctors and clinic directors know they are the potential target of an unknown “prolife” terrorist intent on killing them

3 -- imposters, errant anti abortion moles

4 -- fiendish anti abortion activists

5 -- the maliciousness of the MD Coalition for Life and others anti abortion zealots across the nation

6 -- the anti abortion activists are the epitome of selfishness

7 -- They are a bundle of self-serving, self-centered egotists

8 -- No amount of malevolent action from the anti abortion-minded will thwart . . .


  No one will contradict Kate since the commenters are all pro-death except for me and I am afraid to go on that blog.  Moreover, a soon-to-be majority of Americans would applaud her.  That’s why George’s statement is on the money.



  I come across more good news on than I do in most prolife writings. This week, 4/8, for example, I learned that Mississippi will soon be the first state to end legal child-killing. May many more follow.

  As honest, and as forthright, and as open to dialogue as the main writer over there, Pat Richards, is, though, he is unable, when it comes down to it, to talk straight. This terrible inability causes most literate pro-deathers to become embittered. Pat is very good at hiding it If he is indeed embittered; if he’s not, I pray to God he doesn’t fall into that pit.

  Here’s Pat not being able to talk straight: “Of course, we all know that the women in Mississippi will continue to get abortions because the desire to NOT bear a child is so strong that a woman will go to extraordinary lengths to terminate her pregnancy.”

  And here’s talking straight: “Of course, we all know that the women in Mississippi will continue to get abortions because the desire to NOT bear a child is so strong that a woman will go to extraordinary lengths to kill that child.”

  No pro-deather is able to be that honest, not even Pat.



  Todd Stave is Back and Now He Wants – What? – Why Money of Course:


  Dear Volunteers and Supporters,  I want to welcome our new members and volunteers. Voice of Choice has grown nearly 100% in the past two weeks due to some very favorable exposure. The Washington Post published an article about Voice of Choice that had over 1 million hits.

  The reporter, Petula Dvorak, called me on for a follow up interview on April 2. The feedback to the Post focused on two aspects how Voice of Choice approaches the problems of bullying and harassment. First, we craft calm and measured responses. We want to send a message so that the people responsible for the anti-social behavior understand that they will be held accountable for their actions and at the same time lower the propensity for violence and hate.

  Second, we respect everyone's first amendment rights and we respect everyone's opinions and beliefs. We do not agree with everyone's opinions and beliefs, but in America we respect everyone's rights to freedoms granted by our Constitution, but limited by laws and community standards.

  The exposure that Voice of Choice and our mission has received in the media and in the blogosphere has already had an impact. Just shining a light on the threatening and offensive behavior of radical activists has diminished the activity. Most people who know that their behavior is wrong do not want to be exposed or be held accountable, and the credible threat of unleashing an army of people bent on justice is enough to stop about 90% of people from bullying other people. That is consistent with classic bully behavior and it means that our mere existence is effective.

  But we cannot break everyone's resolve, and there is still much work for us to do. We continue to receive requests from people for help with their harassment issues. Now, with many more volunteers, we can more effectively come to their aid, and I am in the process of organizing our next campaigns. Stay tuned!

  The growth of Voice of Choice has been amazing, but we are now too big and have too many volunteers for me to work alone. I need at least a part time staff. I am asking each of you for a donation of $36 for the year ($3 per month) so that we can hire someone. If you cannot afford it, please donate what you can. And for those of you that can afford it, please help make up for those who cannot.

  I believe in our mission, and I know you do too. I believe that our mere existence will give pause to people who might otherwise engage in anti-social behavior. Most important, I believe Voice of Choice is becoming a true force in preserving woman's rights. And I am grateful that you have chosen to join our effort.

  Thanks again for your support.    Todd Stave, Director


  I returned an email:  Tell you what, Todd, if you can get even one of your more than three hundred helpers who promised to visit me to actually visit me, I’ll contribute. All talk?



  Pat Richard’s post on the April 15 blog is thought- provoking as usual.  The sign Paul Hill used to hold before he executed the serial killer and the killer’s helper asked if serial killers should themselves be killed.  Pat implies that if the sign had not asked a question but just made a statement, Paul would have been put in prison and those two lives would have been saved.  I agree.

  The next step then is that when the authorities agree, the question mark will not matter. The question itself will be cause enough for incarceration.

  And the step after that will be to make it even more difficult for us prolifers to function.  We will get to the point where we will not even be allowed to say “abortion is murder.” Someone, the authorities will say, will eventually believe us and act on that belief, and the authorities will be right.

  This is what those prolifers who attack Paul, and they are legion, overlook.  Deep down they do not really believe abortion is murder.  Otherwise, they would never attack someone who acts as if it’s murder.

  They do not really believe that Paul that day saved the lives of fifteen young people.  They can’t see past his termination of two old boys.



  Defend Life, a Maryland-based Pro-Life organization, was conducting its 8th annual “Face the Truth” tour and was making its final stop in Harford County along Route 24. The goal of the tour is to educate the public about the grave injustice of abortion and the killing of innocent children. Demonstrators, standing by the side of the road, hold large photographic images aborted pre-born babies to show the true face of this barbaric practice.
  Law enforcement officials received many 911 calls from drivers who objected to the images being displayed in the public right of way by Defend Life’s supporters. In response to those calls, the Maryland State Police, assisted by Hartford County and Bel Air city officials, committed lawless arrests and jailing of protesters, including outrageous “strip searches” of several teenage girls.
  The arrests were ordered by one of the Trooper defendants, Sgt. Dona Bohlen, the duty officer, who is heard stating on a communication tape: “they can all sit in a cell for an hour… and two, or three or four and rot…” Although the original pretext for the arrest was failure to obtain a “permit” for the demonstration, no permit was in fact required, and the arresting officers substituted other charges, all of which were later dismissed.
  In depositions during the course of the federal suit, Maryland State Police Lt. Douglas Zeller confirmed that he was the Commander of the Harford County barracks, and provided these comments under oath:

“If I knew the freedom of speech applied to this case, I would not have done what I've done. It's just an example of something that our department did not ever experience before.”


“If I knew what I knew today, I wouldn't have arrested.”


  Tom Brejcha, President and Chief Legal Counsel of the Thomas More Society, a Chicago public interest law firm, stated, “The mass arrest, handcuffing, prolonged detention, jailing, and needless, invasive strip searches of fully peaceable, non-violent pro-life demonstrators by Maryland State Police was an outrageous suppression of citizens’ fundamental First and Fourth Amendment rights in a traditional public forum. This was a tragedy exacerbated by 911 tapes and police radio recordings showing that state troopers had no clue as to there being any legal basis for their actions. This was a classic case of an illicit ‘Heckler’s veto’ -- suppressing expression because listeners and observers objected to its content.”
  Brejcha continued, “A free society cannot exist if those whose sworn duty is to protect the public misuse their power to arrest and jail innocent people to curtail and stifle their message.”
  Under the terms of the settlement, Maryland State Police cannot issue countywide dispersal orders against peaceful pro-life speakers, cannot illegally arrest pro-life speakers who are exercising their constitutionally protected free speech and assembly rights, must provide acceptable reasons for asking any speakers to move, must provide speakers with the opportunity to move before threatening anyone with arrest, cannot censor constitutionally protected messages and images on signs, and must participate in training on rights protected by the First and Fourth amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The settlement also requires the state to pay for the pro-life advocates’ attorneys’ fees of $277,000. The remaining $108,000 will be split amongst the 10 defendants who filed suit.
  “Defend Life will be monitoring the training aspect of the settlement with the Maryland State Police through our attorneys”, said Jack Ames, a plaintiff in the case, “We want to be assured that substantive training actually takes place to ensure no other group or individual goes through what we experienced.”
  Ames contends the police abuse they received from the Maryland State Police stems partially from an overall lack of training, but a hostile and openly discriminatory environment at the State Police training academy.
  “We also want assurances that women in the State of Maryland who seek to serve the public by serving in our most prestigious law enforcement agency are treated with dignity and respect. Everyone should remember, these women are law enforcement professionals, but they are also our daughters, sisters, aunts, and even our mothers,” Mr. Ames said.

For more information regarding this case, please go to:



  My buddy from Hawaii asks me some questions [my answers are in brackets]:


  Dear John, Mitt Romney talks about wanting to "overturn" Roe v. Wade, but I think it would be better journalism to educate the public about the fact that Romney has steered clear of the fundamental proposition of the children's right to due process and the equal protection of the laws under the Fourteenth Amendment. Instead, he wants the U.S. Supreme Court to go revisit the days of the Dred Scott slavery decision with abortion, by holding that the children are beings so far inferior that they have no rights we are "bound" to respect, such that the states can decide for themselves what sort of figurative recognition they would like to afford. In contrast, Roe went a step further than Dred Scott, by in effect forcing all states to accept slavery. So do you share Romney's view? [nope] Do you believe we should abandon Roe to return to the days of Dred Scott--by letting states decide? [yup] Or do you believe we should abandon Roe in favor of the children's rights under the Fourteenth Amendment? [better yet]

                                              Sincerely, Cal.



  Some Late News in Case You Haven’t Heard:


  Madison, Wisconsin, March 2012: A federal grand jury indicted Ralph Lang, 63, on charges of attempting to intimidate by force people participating in a program receiving federal financial assistance, as well as using or carrying a firearm in relation to the alleged crime. According to police, Lang travelled to Madison to threaten to kill people at a local Planned Parenthood clinic; he was arrested after allegedly firing his gun in a motel room while practicing drawing it.

  Pensacola, Florida, February 2012: A federal grand jury indicted Bobby Joe Rogers, 41, of Pensacola, Florida, for the alleged arson of a women’s health clinic in Pensacola the previous month. Rogers allegedly used a Molotov cocktail (a type of incendiary device) to set the fire.

  Madera, California, January 2012: A federal court sentenced Donny Eugene Mower, 38, to five years in prison for having thrown a Molotov cocktail at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Madera in 2010, leaving behind a note that read, in part, “Let’s see if you can burn just as well as your victims.”

  McKinney, Texas, July 2011: A Molotov cocktail was thrown at a Planned Parenthood clinic in north Texas.

Greensboro, North Carolina, March 2011: Justin Carl Moose, 26, received a 30-month federal prison sentence after pleading guilty to distributing information pertaining to the manufacturing and use of an explosive. Moose, who claimed to be part of the radical anti-abortion group Army of God, had described himself as an “extremist radical fundamentalist” who wanted to fight abortion “by any means necessary and at any cost.” He had provided bomb-making instructions to an undercover FBI informant whom he thought was going to bomb an abortion clinic.

  Wichita, Kansas, April 2010: A federal court sentenced anti-abortion extremist Scott Roeder to life in prison on first degree murder and aggravated assault charges for the June 2009 assassination of a Wichita physician who performed abortion procedures.

  Plano, Texas, April 2010: FBI agents arrested Erlydon Lo, 27, on charges that he threatened to use deadly force against a women’s clinic in Dallas. Lo had filed a document threatening to appear at the facility the next day that said, in part, “if I must use deadly force to defend the innocent life of another human being, I will.”

St. Paul, Minnesota, May 2009: Matthew Lee Derosia, 33, received a sentence of time serviced and five years of probation for purposely driving his truck earlier that year into the front of a St. Paul Planned Parenthood clinic on the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade.



  More on Donny:


  Madera Man Gets 5 Year Sentence for Arson & Vandalism


  Donny Eugene Mower of Madera, was sentenced in federal court following his October 2011 guilty plea to one count of arson, one count of damaging religious property and one count of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which makes it a federal crime to damage the property of a reproductive health services facility. These charges stem from Mower’s lighting a fire inside a Planned Parenthood clinic and throwing a brick at a mosque in Madera.

  Mower was sentenced by Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill to five years in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release. Mower was also ordered to pay more than $26,000 in restitution.

  When Mower plead guilty in October 2011, he admitted that in the early morning hours of September 2, 2010, he constructed a Molotov cocktail by stuffing a fuel-soaked cloth into a beer bottle. He then drove to Madera Planned Parenthood Clinic, lit the Molotov cocktail, and threw it through a ground-floor window of the clinic. As a result of the ensuing fire, the clinic sustained more than $26,000 of damage and had to close for two days.

  Mower also acknowledged that on August 20, 2010, two days after placing a sign in front of Masjid Madera that read “No temple for the god of terrorism at ground zero. ANB,” he threw a brick at the front of the mosque and damaged its facade. On August 24, 2010, Mower left additional signs at the mosque, stating “Wake up America, the enemy is here” and “American Nationalist Brotherhood.” Mower admitted that he threw the brick at Masjid Madera because of the race, color or ethnic characteristics of the individuals associated with the mosque.

  “This sentence sends a powerful message that the Justice Department will not tolerate violent interference with the lawful work of reproductive health clinics or attacks on places of worship of all faiths,” said Thomas E. Perez, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Division. “The Department of Justice remains committed to protecting our communities from such violence and will continue to aggressively prosecute these acts.”

  “Those who resort to threats and violence to intimidate others in the free exercise of their rights will attract the full force of federal law enforcement,” said U.S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner for the Eastern District of California. “Mr. Mower not only attempted to burn a clinic that lawfully provided reproductive health services, he tried to intimidate and incite hatred against Muslim Americans. As the sentence imposed today indicates, victims of such offenses have an ally not only in the Justice Department, but in federal law.”
  This case was investigated by the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Madera Police Department and the Madera County Sheriff’s Department. The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Elana Landau for the Eastern District of California and Trial Attorney Chiraag Bains from the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division.


Rev. Don Spitz’s follow-up:  Donny pled guilty to one count of arson and one count of violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which makes it a federal crime to damage the property of a babykilling abortion mill. These charges stem from Donny lighting a fire inside a Planned Parenthood mill.



  To send money to the federal Prisoners, those with eight digits after their names, make out a postal money order to the Prisoner’s name and number.  Then send it to Federal Bureau of Prisons, PO Box 474701, Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001.

  You can send a check directly to the others.



  Receipt of this excellent missive notwithstanding, if you wish to be excluded from such blessings in the future, simply advise me.





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