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Radical pro-abortion group 'Jane's Revenge' strikes again, vandalizes another pregnancy center

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Another pregnancy center was vandalized by the radical pro-abortion group "Jane's Revenge" over the weekend, WTOL reported.

HerChoice, located in Bowling Green, Ohio, is a pro-life pregnancy center that offers free pregnancy and STI testing, birth and parenting classes, and ultrasounds. It also provides women with information about their pregnancy options but does not provide or refer patients for abortion services.

The clinic, also referred to as the Bowling Green Pregnancy Center, was attacked by vandals on Saturday morning, according to Rochelle Sikora, the center's executive director.

Sikora told Fox News Digital, "Saturday morning on April 15th, an individual claiming to be part of 'Jane's Revenge' used spray paint to deface the east wall of HerChoice."

The vandals tagged the building of the pregnancy center with messages that read, "liars," "fake clinic," "fund abortion," and "abort God."

The culprits also spray-painted "Jane's Revenge," a calling card often graffitied on other vandalized pro-life pregnancy centers. The radical leftist group has admitted responsibility for many attacks on clinics around the nation.

"This vile attack is part of a nationwide movement to intimidate, threaten, and terrorize pregnancy centers," Sikora stated. "These tactics are not only anti-American, they are based on misconceptions, misinformation, and outright lies."

"Pregnancy centers offer free medical services, educational resources, material assistance, and support to mothers, fathers, and families in need, especially those facing unexpected pregnancies," Sikora continued. "Through the network of pregnancy centers across Ohio, families have access to over $15.1 million worth of services and materials."

She added that the clinic's "love for women in the community will not wane in the face of these threats" but noted that its "resolve to serve is only strengthened."

Upon news of the vandalism, members of the local Knights of Columbus council and college students helped to clean up the graffiti, Ohio Right to Life CEO Peter Range told Fox News Digital.

"They represent the Bowling Green community at its finest. In the broader context, though, there has been well over 100 attacks against pro-life pregnancy centers and pro-life organizations since last year," Range added. "Everyone in this state and nation, no matter their political affiliation or stance on abortion, should support centers and organizations that help mothers."

Range noted that he believes that the attack on the pregnancy center "will only strengthen their resolve to continue to love those in need" because the people "who work at the BGPC are some of the kindest, loving and caring individuals you could ever meet."

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