Skip to comments.After rosary campaign, Florida sheriff abruptly shuts down abortion clinic on Marian feast
Posted on 08/24/2011 6:08:41 AM PDT by markomalley
A Pensacola abortion clinic has been suddenly repossessed by the local sheriff after operators reportedly failed to pay their mortgage.
Local pro-life advocates told LifeSiteNews.com that a sign was posted on the door of AMS of Pensacola, one of two abortion sites in the city, ordering immediate evacuation of the building under penalty of criminal charges. The notice showed a date of August 15, a date that is important to Catholics as the feast of the Assumption of Mary.
Pro-lifers have been praying the rosary, offering assistance to women entering the clinic, and witnessing for life at this abortion clinic for about 10 years, said local pro-life witness Bob Brady.
Brady said the notice indicated that the property had been handed over to plaintiff Dione Pro, Inc., who local reports say filed an eviction notice against the abortion business last month.
Locals were surprised at the suddenness of the mysterious shutdown, and some abortion advocates complained at the squeeze on local abortion business.
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the headline’s a little scary, but the first sentence clears it up.
“some abortion advocates complained at the squeeze on local abortion business.”
It’s getting so hard to find a good abortion these days...
Back to the wire hangers.....
Yet abortion is such a lucrative business. Could it really be that abortions have dropped to the point where there aren’t enough of them to pay the bills? Or did someone decide that they’d rather keep the money for themself and not pay the bills?
I wonder if this is the weak link closure that Shawn Carney talked about yesterday. It’s at the end of the St. Rose of Lima Mass thread.
What exactly is the weak link?
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