This is from Feb 25th sent to me via email.
article by Steven Ertelt of Life News with this news: [quoting]
"The Federal Bureau of Investigation yesterday arrested abortion supporter Theodore Shulman, 49, and charged him with communicating interstate threats against two pro-life advocates. Shulman is currently being held without bond at Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, which is a federal holding facility.
Operation Rescue officials, who have been on the receiving end of Shulman’s threats, were informed about the information in the complaint against him before it went under seal. The two people Shulman threatened are simply referred to as Victim 1 and Victim 2 and the pro-life group told LifeNews.com it is withholding the identities in order to protect their safety."
This is good news to me. I know for certain that Shulman man is not the only making threats to kill prolifers but it's a start in the right direction for the FBI. Prayer is working. Keep praying prolifers!
And of course, you know I am a PROLIFER and a Registered Nurse licensed in Missouri. And I am always prolife when you are discussing innocent lives. But I believe very much in punishing those who kill innocents according to scripture.
The fact that FBI is beginning to value the lives of prolifers is good news indeed.Gloria Poole,RN;@my apt in Misouri; 4-March-2011;10:02am
Update @10:24 on topic of law enforcement upholding the real laws, and because it shows the lack of caliber of Supreme Court, which is the linchpin of the evil of abortion :
"As Glenn Greenwald explains in his forthcoming book With Liberty and Justice for Some, despite living in a country with an unusually harsh criminal code that has created by far the biggest prison population in the world, our political and financial elites operate with something approaching complete impunity, safe in the knowledge that demands they be subjected to the same laws as everybody else will be ignored.
This in turn helps explain why a Supreme Court justice's egregious flouting of the law doesn't rise to the level of a significant public scandal: Because nothing is going to happen to [ Supreme Court "Justice" Clarence]Thomas, the fact that he has spent the last several years repeatedly flipping off the very same legal system that has made him one of the most powerful people in the country doesn't qualify as significant news. In America today, after all, the president orders American citizens to be assassinated with no trial, investment bankers steal billions, prisoners are tortured in flagrant violation of both U.S. and international law, and the legal system simply looks the other way. In such an atmosphere, it stands to reason that a Supreme Court justice committing a few minor crimes is a dog-bites-man story."
Quotes from article at:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/dailybeast/20110304/ts_dailybeast/12731_clarencethomascriminalbehavioronfinancialdisclosure.../ written by Paul Campos law Professor at Univ of Colorado. [Aside: I cannot say that the state of Colorado applies any law fairly as they put no value whatsoever on my life when I lived in Colorado and they allowed my then-husband [now second ex-husband] who admitted to being a cocaine-addict to hurt me seriously several times because they did not want to prosecute him because he gave intimate massages to men in high places. So I am hesitant to quote Paul Campos on anything. But Clarence Thomas is not above the law simply because he's the 'token black' on Spreme Court. And I put token black precisely because the news reported he has not opened his mouth at the Supreme Court bench in five years' time.]