Police Redirect Activists, Rosary Prayer Group, and Volunteers Away

Police Redirect Activists, Rosary Prayer Group, and Volunteers Away

Pro-Life Demonstrations Unfold:

In an early morning display, posters depicting graphic images of aborted fetuses were affixed to the Dator clinic in Madrid, accompanied by poignant messages questioning the morality of abortion.

Soon after, activist Poveda staged a sit-in protest at the clinic’s doors.

Displacement by Authorities:

The scene unfolded further as members of the Praying Is Not a Crime movement arrived, aiming to conduct a rosary meditation at the clinic.

However, police intervention swiftly moved them a significant distance from the site, citing another scheduled event and notice given to the Government Delegation.

Rosary Prayer and Advocacy Efforts:

Despite the relocation, the pro-life advocates, kneeling with a large wooden cross and an image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, commenced praying the rosary fervently.

A volunteer displayed a sign echoing the message of support from the 40 Days for Life initiative, emphasizing assistance for those affected by abortion decisions.

Legal Dispute Over Demonstration Status:

Members of the pro-life group contested the police action, asserting that their gathering, consisting of fewer than 20 individuals, did not meet the legal threshold for a formal demonstration.

They highlighted the peaceful nature of their assembly, despite being moved from the clinic’s vicinity.

Police Redirect Pro-Lifers:

ACI Prensa, CNA’s Spanish-language news partner, reported that officers informed the group about another planned event, prompting their displacement.

The pro-life demonstrators contended that their assembly did not violate demonstration regulations due to its limited size, sparking a legal argument over their rights.

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