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The Los Angeles Times reported on August 7 there would be no charges filed against pro-life group Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust after members wrote street and sidewalk messages with chalk around the home of abortionist Richard Agnew (pictured below right) of Newport Beach, California.
Actually, the threat of charges had nothing to do with accusations of vandalism. According to laist.com:
It was about reports of a fight that broke out between the protesters and residents. Agnew’s supporter and neighbor Paula Durnian, 59, and Survivors founder Jeff White, 56, citizen’s arrested each other, both accusing the other of being hostile. That case was dropped today, according to D.A. spokeswoman Farrah Emami, due to lack of evidence.
Ha, visions of Gomer Pyle come to mind. But I digress.
The Survivors reportedly chalked such messages as, “Agnew Kills Babies,” “Abortion is murder,” and “Your neighbor is a monster.”
While neighbors wanted vandalism charges pressed against the Survivors, that hasn’t happened. White says go ahead, make their day, the Survivors are merely exercising their First Amendment right to free speech:
“Do they really want to get into a $50,000 to $100,000 lawsuit?” White said. “Because we would sue over the sidewalk chalk.”