Operation Rescue Vows to Risk Arrest to Feed Terri Schiavo
Newman: "We will not stand idly by while an innocent woman is
Pinellas Park, FL -
Mar 18, 2005 Operation Rescue vows to risk arrest to offer
food and water to Terri Schiavo, who began her court- ordered
starvation this afternoon.
Operation Rescue and a number of other individuals from
faith-based organizations will peacefully attempt to offer Terri
bread and water.
- Where: The Woodside Hospice, where Terri Schindler Schiavo
lives, located at 6774 102nd Avenue N. (near 66th Street N and
102nd Avenue N) in Pinellas Park, Florida
- When: Saturday, March 19, at 11 AM
- Who: Operation Rescue and a number of other faith-based groups
""We will not stand idly by while an innocent woman is starved,"
said OR President Troy Newman. "Operation Rescue vows to peacefully
intervene to offer Terri Schiavo bread and water. It is our duty as
Christians to rescue those unjustly sentenced to death. That is a
higher law from a Higher Judge than Judge Greer, and if that means
we must spend time in jail, then it is the least we can do for this
helpless young lady." - Troy Newman, President, Operation Rescue
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About Operation Rescue
Operation Rescue is one of the leading pro-life organizations in
the nation, and is on the cutting edge of the abortion issue, taking
direct action to restore legal personhood to the pre-born and stop
abortion in obedience to biblical mandates.