The FBI is offering a reward of $15,000 to anyone who can provide information leading to the identification of the perpetrator or group responsible for the vandalization of the Agape Pregnancy Resource Center, a pro-life pregnancy center in Des Moines, Iowa that took place in June 2022. Phrases such as “Stop lying,” “This place is not safe,” and “Fake clinic” were some of the phrases that were spray-painted on the clinic’s exterior. The reward is in response to a series of attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers throughout the country over the course of the year. These attacks commenced after news broke in May 2022 that Roe v. Wade was set to be overturned.
Catholic News Agency reports:
The FBI’s Omaha, Nebraska, field office is offering a major reward to anyone who can help identify the individual or group who vandalized a pro-life pregnancy center in Des Moines, Iowa, in June 2022.
The request comes following a yearlong string of attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers across the nation, which began after it was reported in May 2022 that Roe v. Wade would be overturned.
The bureau is offering $15,000 to anyone providing information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the individual or group who broke windows and left graffiti on the Agape Pregnancy Resource Center.
“Fake clinic,” “Stop lying,” and “This place is not safe” were a few of the phrases spray-painted on the exterior of the clinic. The clinic was vandalized on both June 3, 2022, and June 4, 2022, in the early hours of the morning.
According to KCRG, credit for the damage was taken by “Jane’s Revenge,” a term that became a calling card of sorts for dozens of pro-abortion vandals after the May leak from the Supreme Court.
The FBI’s press release said that on June 3, an “associated structure” to the pregnancy center was vandalized as well but did not provide further details. That structure is located at 2222 Bennett Ave.
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