Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Liberal Jailed for Death Threats to Pro-lifers

The mainstream media have embargoed the story of Theodore Shulman, a pro-abortion activist who threatened to kill several pro-life advocates; Shulman has been convicted in Manhattan Federal Court and could be jailed for up to five years.

-- From "NY man admits to threating anti-abortion foes" by The Associated Press 5/11/12

The U.S. District Attorney's Office says 51-year-old Theodore Shulman pleaded guilty in a federal court in Manhattan on Thursday to transmitting a threat to injure another person.

Prosecutors say Shulman made the threat in a 2010 posting on the website of a Catholic magazine. The threat targeted the director of Priests for Life Rev. Frank Pavone and Princeton University professor Robert George . . .

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From "Pro-Abortion Extremist Pleads Guilty to Making Death Threats Against Pro-Life Activists" by Elizabeth Harrington, CNSNews.com 5/14/12

According to the FBI, Shulman was arrested in February of 2011 for possessing cyanide, castor beans and rosary peas. The toxic agent Ricin, which can be deadly after exposure to even minute quantities, is derived from castor beans.

Calling himself the “first pro-choice terrorist,” Shulman created his own blog, titled “Operation Counterstrike.” The Web site’s mission statement was: “Right-to-lifism is murder, and ALL right-to-lifers are bloody-handed accessories. Swear it, believe it, proclaim it, and act on it.”

Numerous pro-life figures say they have been the target of Shulman’s threats, including nurse and pro-life advocate Jill Stanek, who said she had received threats and assisted the FBI investigation by providing over 4,000 comments from Shulman to her Web site over a four-year period.

One comment posted on Oct. 27, 2010, read: “I’m looking forward to watching a documentary entitled ‘The Assassination of Jill Stanek.’”

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From "Pro-Abortion Activist Gets Prison, Sent Pro-Lifers Death Threats" by Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com 5/11/12

Officials with the pro-life group Operation Rescue and the Life Legal Defense Fund [LLDF] have been on the receiving end of Shulman’s threats as well.

Bryan Kemper, the founder of Stand True, the pro-life group that sponsors the red tape day for students to stand up in silent solidarity for unborn children at their schools, also reportedly received death threats from Shulman.

Meanwhile, in 2009, Shulman left a threatening voice mail message with LLDF Legal Director, Catherine Short.

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