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A pro-abortion activism group has threatened to "shoot up" a Nebraska pro-life organization if a sanctuary city initiative is passed and their "right" to abort babies is taken away.
Students for Life Action team members arrived at a workshop held at St. John Paul II Newman Center in Bellevue, Nebraska this weekend when they found a note posted on the front door.
"If our right to abortion in Bellevue is taken away due to the attempt to pass an abortion ban and it gets passed, we will shoot up your Newman center with our new AR-14 rifles," it read.
The note was signed by Jane's Revenge, a radical group that has been characterized by some as a domestic terrorist organization. The decentralized group has claimed responsibility for firebombing attacks, vandalism and other threats against crisis pregnancy centers, churches and pro-life organizations in dozen of cities in the last year.
According to the Students for Life of America, the message was addressed to a priest at the Newman Center, which was a meeting center for the Nebraska Political Leadership Workshop.
The SFLA team was there to strategize on its newest campaign to shut down Dr. Leroy Carhart's late-term abortion facility and work towards the Sanctuary City Ordinance in Bellevue, which would protect the lives of the pre-born.
The disturbing message led the SFLA team to call the police and relocate to a different venue for safety.
Meanwhile, Students for Life of America (SFLA) President Kristen Hawkins took to social media to condemn the attack and ask for prayer.
"This is your reminder to pray for Students for Life daily," she wrote. "We are headed towards tragedy if Attorney General Merrick Garland continues to refuse to act to protect peaceful pro-lifers from pro-abortion terrorist groups."
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