Federal Grand Jury Indicts Alleged Vandals of Florida Pregnancy Centers

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The Department of Justice presented charges against two people for spray-painting threatening messages on pregnancy centers in Florida.  Caleb Freestone and Amber Smith-Stewart vandalized the facilities to intimidate the doctors that offer aid and guidance on unplanned pregnancies.  Both offenders could undergo a sentence of 12 years in jail for breaking the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act.  Under the act, individuals cannot “intentionally [damage] or [destroy] the property of a facility … because such facility provides reproductive health services…”