Notre Dame warns TV networks that they will "cut the feed" of any network that covers disruption of Obama Speech on Sunday.
Dr. Alan Keyes to be available soon for interview -- judge grants hearing and posts $1,000 bond each for 5 pro-lifers that have been held in jail without bond. They will be released soon.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., May 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Following is Being Issued by Randall Terry, Founder of Operation Rescue:
At approximately 12:00 Noon, over 40 pro-life activists walked on Notre Dame's campus, praying the Rosary.
They were led by pro-life icons Norma McCorvey, Joan Andrews Bell, and Father Norman Weslin.
Five women and thirteen men were arrested while they carried images of Our Lady of Guadalupe and prayed the Rosary. Those arrested included Fr. Weslin and Joan Andrews Bell. Norma McCorvey was not arrested.
Over one hundred pro-lifers gathered on all 4 corners of the main entrance block of Notre Dame, holding signs and praying.
Other news: A Local attorney requested an emergency hearing, in order to request bond for the five pro-lifers who were being held without bond. The judge granted the request, but placed a high bond on those in custody. Pro-lifers are currently seeking people to bond them out.
Other news: A journalist told a StopObamaNotreDame official that the University threatened to "cut the feed" of any network that covers disruptions during Obama's address.
Randall Terry states: "Notre Dame is so desperate to hide the fruit of their sin, that they will cover up the truth of what happens inside the auditorium. We pray for the success of those who are committed to bearing witness during Obama's address."
To Schedule an interview with Dr. Alan Keyes after his release from jail, contact Kathy Veritas at 904-687-9804.
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|SOURCE Randall Terry, Founder, Operation Rescue|
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