'Tragic injustice': Clinton-appointed judge sentences pro-life rescuer to nearly 5 years in jail over peaceful protest

‘Tragic injustice’: Clinton-appointed judge sentences pro-life rescuer to nearly 5 years in jail over peaceful protest


A Clinton-appointed judge has sentenced pro-life activist Lauren Handy to four years and nine months in prison plus three years’ supervision for peacefully speaking out in support of the lives lost and threatened at an infamous late-term abortion clinic in the nation’s capital.

U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly’s heavy-handed sentence in Handy’s case, which was just one year shy of what Biden’s admittedly pro-abortion Department of Justice advocated for, has been blasted by Republicans and other pro-life activists.

‘Meanwhile, abortionists who dismember and kill children walk free. A grave injustice!’

The Thomas More Society, which defended Handy in the case, has indicated it will proceed with an appeal on behalf of Handy, not only to overturn her conviction but to challenge the

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