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  • Federal judge ruled that it is constitutional to jail someone for a year for handing out leaflet

    08/14/2009 8:18:15 PM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 18 replies · 983+ views
    AIP NEWS ^ | August 14, 2009
    Walter Hoye Vs. The City of Oakland Union City, CA (Issues4Life Foundation) On Tuesday, August 4th, 2009 federal district court judge Charles Breyer ruled Oakland’s “Mother May I” ordinance constitutional, setting the stage for a showdown in the 9th Circuit. In a 25-page memorandum opinion, Breyer held that the ordinance, which applies only outside abortion facilities, was not content- or viewpoint-based on its face. The court also ruled that the ordinance was narrowly tailored, even though it prohibits merely extending one’s hand with a leaflet to a woman seeking to enter an abortion clinic. The ordinance, passed in February 2008,...
  • District Attorney Seeks Life Time Ban For Walter Hoye

    08/07/2009 4:24:59 PM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 5 replies · 582+ views
    Union City, CA- At a hearing Monday before Alameda County Superior Court Judge Stuart Hing, deputy district attorney Masanao Morimoto revealed that the District Attorney is seeking to ban Walter Hoye from ever returning to the Family Planning Specialists clinic in Oakland, California. Hoye was arrested last year for violating Oakland's "Mother May I" law. Following his conviction, he was sentenced to 30 days in jail and an $1100 fine, plus three years' probation during which time he was ordered to stay 100 yards from the clinic. Hoye exercised his right to turn down probation, but the judge proceeded to...
  • Anti-Abortion Minister Urges Action by African Americans

    05/28/2009 7:03:38 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 13 replies · 595+ views
    The Catholic Voice ^ | 5/28/09 | Gerald Korson
    After having served 18 days in prison, the Rev. Walter Hoye is a free man and will remain so — as long as he doesn’t come within eight feet of anyone who is about to enter an Oakland abortion clinic. That hasn’t stopped the 52-year-old minister from returning to the public sidewalk outside the Family Planning Specialists Medical Group building near Jack London Square, the site of his arrest last May that resulted in his incarceration at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin earlier this year. Hoye, executive elder of the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church in south Berkeley, is on a...
  • "Didn’t think I’d live long enough to see this happen" ( San Diego Pro-Life Rally )

    05/20/2009 2:51:00 PM PDT · by kellynla · 5 replies · 533+ views
    California Catholic Daily ^ | May 20, 2009 | staff
    A crowd estimated at between 300 and 1100 people gathered on Sunday, May 17, outside the San Diego County Administration Building for a “Choose Life!” rally. The rally was scheduled to coincide with President Barack Obama’s commencement speech at Notre Dame University. Event organizers said the official crowd estimate by San Diego police was 1100. Speakers included the Rev. Walter Hoye, a Baptist minister who was jailed for violating Oakland’s so-called “bubble ordinance,” and UCLA student Lila Rose, who has spearheaded a series of undercover investigations that have exposed Planned Parenthood cover-ups of statutory rape laws in various states across...
  • Union City pastor, anti-abortion leader released from jail

    04/08/2009 10:47:19 AM PDT · by SmithL · 2 replies · 318+ views
    Contra Costa Times ^ | 4/8/9 | John Simerman
    OAKLAND — After 18 days in jail for violating a city law designed to protect women entering abortion clinics, a Berkeley church elder went free Tuesday with a wider, louder network of anti-abortion supporters than before he went to trial. The sidewalk near Jack London Square that Walter Hoye patrolled weekly — accompanied by two elderly church women — drew a crowd of a few dozen protesters Tuesday morning for another in a series of vigils aimed at painting the law as an attack on free speech. Now, as Hoye pushes to reverse a judge's order to stay away from...
  • "Bubble law has backfired" (Pro-Life Pastor gets early jail release)

    04/09/2009 2:31:07 PM PDT · by kellynla · 4 replies · 493+ views
    California Catholic Daily ^ | April 9, 2009 | staff
    The Rev. Walter Hoye, the Berkeley pastor sent to jail for violating Oakland’s abortion clinic ‘bubble ordinance,’ has been released after serving 18 days of his 30-day sentence. A source close to the case told California Catholic Daily that Hoye’s sentence was reduced by 10 days for “good behavior,” plus additional credit by the sentencing judge for the time Hoye spent confined in a patrol car after his arrest. Hoye walked out of the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin at 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday. One of his last visitors while incarcerated was Oakland Bishop-designate Salvatore Cordileone, who met with Hoye...
  • Pro-Life Pastor Convicted of Helping Women Avoid Abortions Released From Jail

    04/08/2009 12:54:21 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 16 replies · 774+ views
    Life News ^ | 4/8/09 | Steven Ertelt
    Oakland, CA (LifeNews.com) -- A pro-life pastor in Oakland, California who was convicted of helping women outside abortion centers find life-affirming alternatives has been released after spending 18 days in jail. Reverend Walter Hoye was charged with violating an anti-free speech ordinance Oakland officials put in place to target him.Oakland officials had enacted the law that prohibited contact within eight feet of women entering abortion businesses without their consent.Last month, Hoye began serving a 30 day sentence and he received three years probation as well as a requirement to pay a $1,000 fine and a $130 restitution fee. He...
  • Black preacher JAILED in Oakland, CA for carrying sign outside abortion clinic--needs help

    03/21/2009 12:00:57 PM PDT · by Mamzelle · 23 replies · 1,158+ views
    prolifeunity.com ^ | march 21, 2009 | Mamzelle
    I would like to put out an action call across America and get priests, pastors and everybody who believes in righteousness to come stand up for a pastor jailed for abortion activism and get the trumped-up charges dropped. It is incredible that an individual can be sentenced to a month of jail for exercising his right to free speech on a sidewalk. Rev. Walter Hoye of Berkeley, California, was ordered to serve 30 days in county jail by Judge Stuart Hing of the Alameda Superior Court. Rev. Hoye had been found guilty Jan. 15, 2009, of "unlawfully approaching" two persons...
  • Pastor Jailed For Oakland Anti-Abortion Act

    03/20/2009 9:01:20 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 19 replies · 892+ views
    SFChronicle ^ | March 20, 2009
    Pastor jailed for Oakland anti-abortion acts Henry K. Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer Friday, March 20, 2009 A pastor at a Berkeley church was jailed Friday for 30 days after unsuccessfully arguing that an order requiring him to stay 100 yards away from an Oakland abortion clinic violates his right to free speech. Walter Hoye, 52, of Union City was the first person convicted under an Oakland ordinance barring protesters from coming within 8 feet of anyone entering an abortion clinic. In February, Judge Stuart Hing of Alameda County Superior Court sentenced Hoye to three years' probation, 30 days in jail...
  • Minister Walter Hoye sentenced for Pro-Life Demonstration

    02/20/2009 9:49:32 AM PST · by EternalVigilance · 5 replies · 993+ views
    America's Independent Party ^ | February 20, 2009 | Fr. John Malloy, SDB - Scott Thomas
    This description is from Fr. John Malloy, SDB Thursday, February 19, 2009 The Extraordinary Sentencing of Walter Hoye "He (Pastor Walter Hoye) was arrested May 13 at the Oakland clinic, carrying a sign that read, "Jesus loves you and your baby. Let us help you!" As women approached the door, he asked them, "May I talk to you about alternatives to the clinic?" --San Francisco Chronicle, February 19, 2009 "Pastor Sentenced for Oakland Abortion Protest" Today I joined a number of people from the Bay Area pro-life community, as well as people from as far away as Minnesota and Texas...