Christians Arrested for Praying Outside Abortion Center, Now Police Face a Lawsuit

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Christians Arrested for Praying Outside Abortion Center, Now Police Face a Lawsuit

A group of North Carolina Christians filed a lawsuit against Greensboro authorities this week after being threatened with arrest while praying outside a city abortion clinic. The Triad City Beat reports the lawsuit accuses Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan and police Lt. Dan Knott of violating the pro-lifers’ constitutional rights through their enforcement of a Guilford County stay-at-home order.

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Although the coronavirus has caused large-scale pro-life gatherings to stop for the time being, pro-life advocates are still praying and helping women outside of abortion centers. They are doing so in part because abortion businesses continue to kill babies – sometimes in defiance of orders to stop doing abortions to conservative medical resources to fight the virus.