For Immediate Release: January 3, 2023
On Monday, December 18, a pro-abortion vandal who pled guilty to defacing CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo, NY, hit the organization again through a medical malpractice lawsuit. Kamke first punched CompassCare the morning of March 16, hours after oral arguments were heard in U.S. District Court on the controversial chemical abortion case.
Kamke’s criminal act of vandalism is a violation of the federal Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act—a law that is being unequally enforced by the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division under the leadership of pro-abortion Assistant AG Kristen Clarke. This is according to members of the House Judiciary Committee on December 5, 2023, when questioning Clarke under oath.
Taking the heat off U.S. AG Clarke, three days later on December 8, 2023, the DOJ indicted a woman for a FACE violation in Bowling Green, OH. The crime is virtually identical to Hannah Kamke’s, spray painting the word “LIARS” on a pro-life pregnancy center’s facility. For reasons unknown, the DOJ refuses to indict Kamke.
The public interest law firm headquartered in Chicago, Thomas More Society (TMS), is representing CompassCare. TMS is credited as instrumental in overturning the long-standing Roe v Wade decision and has defended pro-life people such as Mark Houk from pro-abortion attacks coming from government bad actors.
Click here to read CompassCare’s December 20, 2023 press release on the case.
Help CompassCare expand to reach and serve even more women seriously considering abortion in NY and across the United States.