CompassCare Releases Description of Perpetrators, Implying FBI Involvement in Crime; Offers $5,000 Reward

On September 19th, CompassCare filed a special proceeding in the Supreme Court of New York in Erie County for the Amherst Police Department to return CompassCare’s private property, specifically security footage of the multiple perpetrators who firebombed CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo. When asked on September 20 by Epoch Times reporter, John Ransom, why CompassCare CEO, Rev. Jim Harden, was now confronting the police and FBI saying they are refusing to make arrests, Rev. Harden answered that CompassCare’s has a right to pursue justice with attorneys, requiring a copy of video evidence. Rev. Harden indicated he was unsettled, concerned that if involved in the crime, the FBI’s next step may be to retaliate with character assassination. Three days later, on September 23, the FBI retaliated in a Gestapo-like display of force against a peaceful pro-life leader, Mark Houck with a SWAT-like dawn-raid, putting his wife and children under the gun. Days later, the FBI was again deployed to investigate a pro-life man in Minnesota who had allegedly defended himself from an aggressive pro-abortion woman wielding a boxcutter.

Rev. Harden commented, “I said last week that character assassination against pro-life people was our biggest concern. It has begun. Time is of the essence, and arrests need to be made before the Biden Administration’s FBI does more damage. CompassCare is now offering a $5,000 reward to anyone providing information leading to an arrest. And for the first whistleblower who confesses involvement in Jane’s Revenge or the crimes targeting pro-life pregnancy centers, providing information leading to further arrests, amnesty from civil prosecution will be considered.”

The following descriptions were obtained from four or five screen captures shown to CompassCare CEO and two other CompassCare staff members by the lead investigator from the Amherst Police Department on July 14th. On August 1, the Amherst Police Department’s only official statement requested help from the public while oddly failing to provide a description on the crime or the criminals. The following descriptions were as of June 7.

  • Perpetrator 1: White male, approximately 6 feet tall of medium build. He wore what appeared to be Puma tennis shoes. He appeared to have long, straight hair with no visible facial hair. He appeared to be in his mid-to-late 20s. The suspect was seen lighting and deploying a Molotov cocktail.

  • Perpetrator 2: The accomplice was less identifiable from the limited print-outs provided by the Amherst Police. The suspect appeared to be a white male of smaller build, approximately 5’8 to 6 feet tall, wearing a dark hoodie.

  • Both suspects arrived at approximately 2:30am on June 7th in a red or orange 2012-2016 Dodge Dart. The vehicle had stolen NY plates according to the police investigator, and the suspects left the scene of the firebombing traveling south on Eggert Rd.

CompassCare calls on FBI agents who may have infiltrated Jane’s Revenge and other pro-abortion extremist groups to honor their oath and stop the violence as a whistleblower, providing information on the FBI’s complicity in or identification of the perpetrators in the brutal attack on CompassCare.

To submit a tip or come forward with information, contact 585-559-0241.

Help CompassCare expand to reach and serve even more women seriously considering abortion in NY and across the United States.

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