Pro-Lifers Watch as Teen Forced Into WI Abortion Clinic

By:  Dave Bohon
11/08/2011
       
Pro-Lifers Watch as Teen Forced Into WI Abortion Clinic

Pro-life counselors on location at a Milwaukee area abortion clinic said they witnessed as a young girl was forced by a guardian and a clinic employee into the facility after the girl asked the counselors for help. As reported by LifeSite News, sidewalk counselor Tobey Neuberger “said the incident occurred just before 10 a.m. outside Affiliated Medical Services [located at 1428 N. Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee], where she and two other female pro-life counselors gave a ‘very young’ African-American girl literature as she entered the clinic, and told her that she could get more information at a pro-life center across the street.”

 

Pro-life counselors on location at a Milwaukee area abortion clinic said they witnessed as a young girl was forced by a guardian and a clinic employee into the facility after the girl asked the counselors for help. As reported by LifeSite News, sidewalk counselor Tobey Neuberger “said the incident occurred just before 10 a.m. outside Affiliated Medical Services [located at 1428 N. Farwell Avenue, Milwaukee], where she and two other female pro-life counselors gave a ‘very young’ African-American girl literature as she entered the clinic, and told her that she could get more information at a pro-life center across the street.”

According to witnesses the girl appeared to be somewhere between 11 and 14 years of age.

Neuberger said the girl exited the clinic momentarily to ask the counselors for help, but she was physically blocked from the counselors by clinic escorts. “I turned around and saw her on the stoop, so she had come out of the clinic,” Neuberger told OneNewsNow. “That’s [as far as] the escorts would let her go…. She looked at me and said, ‘Will you take me there?’ I said, ‘Oh, you want to go across the street?’ I said, ‘Come on, honey. Come on. We’ll take you.’ ”

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