- Jul 12, 2013
- Reaction score
- Mmm. Bacon.
- Political Leaning
In a Monday afternoon news release, the groups cited several gun incidents at the site during Tiller’s years at the clinic, the unwillingness of South Wind’s security to communicate with them to “defuse violence” before it occurs and the antagonism of South Wind escorts toward anti-abortion demonstrators.
In addition, the groups say it is inappropriate for schoolchildren to see the protests and graphic signs associated with a clinic performing abortions.
“The reason they cite is that we’re a nuisance to the neighborhood,” said Julie Burkhart, the executive director of Trust Women, which opened the clinic. “From our perspective, it’s the anti crowd and their protests that are the nuisance.”
Read more here: Anti-abortion groups to again ask Wichita City Council to rezone area near women's clinic | Wichita Eagle
In other words, it's 'backwards day' in Kansas. Stop with the protests and et voila! Problem solved.
They shouldn't have set up shop there to begin with. However, it's probably good that they see what exactly it is they are putting people through. Not fun, is it.