Advocates of violence act accordingly

Advocates of violence act accordingly

Advocates of violence act accordingly

A "strictly non-violent" pro-life organization says a recent assault will not keep them from revisiting an Arizona campus.

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR), a pro-life organization that operates on the principle that "abortion represents an evil so inexpressible that words fail us when attempting to describe its horror," uses graphic photos to help people better understand abortion.

Group members recently went to the University of Arizona in Tucson and set up their Genocide Awareness Project display exposing the humanity of the children who have lost their lives to the violence of abortion.

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"We were set upon by a crowd of variously estimated between 150 and 200 apparently students, and they began throwing objects at us, eggs and other objects," accounts CBR spokesman Gregg Cunningham.

No one was seriously hurt, but knowing that was the intent, the pro-life group does not plan to let the incident slide.

"We have everything videotaped, and we've turned the video evidence over to the police," Cunningham reports. "We're going to press charges against the people involved."

That sort of behavior, he says, is a depiction of the intellectual dishonesty pro-lifers frequently encounter.

"When people don't have an argument, they try to prevent you from making your argument," the CBR spokesman explains. "They have no comeback for the evidence that you're displaying visually, that abortion is a vicious act of violence that kills a real baby."

Knowing science, facts, and reality are not on their side, abortion advocates' attacks have become more frequent in recent years. Even so, Cunningham says several future visits to the same campus are already on his organization's calendar.