A new attack by Planned Parenthood on sidewalk counselors who try to convince pregnant women approaching an Alabama abortion business to save their children has failed spectacularly.
A woman who was charged with disorderly conduct under a city rule has been acquitted of the charge.
According to the Thomas More Society, the issue is noise outside the Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives in Huntsville. The clinic abuts a four-lane highway, and workers who escort the pregnant women to the door use cow bells, car horns and loud-speakers to drown out the message of pro-life sidewalk counselors.
Consequently, the pro-lifers use a megaphone to try to reach the women who are entering the business.
“The megaphone had been repeatedly tested by city police to ensure that it was below the decibel limit allowed by the Huntsville city ordinances,” the Thomas More legal team explained.
However, longtime counselor Alison Harris, 66, was arrested while “she prayed