Austria police arrest 34 after pro-abortion attacks on peaceful pro-life rally
6 August 2013
Police arrested the disruptive group of protesters
34 anti-life/anti-family protesters have been arrested after trying to disrupt a pro-life rally in the Austrian city of Salzburg.
Joannes Bucher of Human Life International (HLI) reported that the protesters "carried a big black banner depicting the HLI logo inside of a condom which read, 'Prevent forced reproduction. Abortion on demand for everyone!'"
The 1,000 Crosses for Life march has also been attacked in the past. [LifeNews.com, 1 August]
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