Marketing the abortion industry
MELBOURNE, FL — Tammy Sobieski, the owner of several abortion clinics in Central Florida, markets her services in the phone book in some unique ways.

Grandma tries to buy "hit" on grandchild
A Fort Pierce woman pointed a gun at her pregnant 16-year-old daughter's belly, drove her to a clinic and was arrested after saying if the girl didn't abort the child she'd "blow her brains out," police said.

Attorney error causes dismissal of abortion case
A federal judge has dismissed a civil-rights lawsuit against local pro-life activists . . .

Abortionist Pendergraft denies charges
James Scott Pendergraft, owner of the Ocala Women's Center at 108 N. Pine Ave., denied allegations he intentionally lied about threats to his clinic, at which abortions are performed, in order to settle a federal lawsuit he brought against city and county officials.

Clinic owner indicted for extortion
The five-count indictment, filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Jacksonville, alleges that Dr. James Scott Pendergraft and his Orlando-based real estate adviser, Michael Spielvogel, conspired to extort millions of dollars from Marion County government by making false and fraudulent statements in a civil lawsuit Pendergraft filed in December 1998.

Abortion clinic gave only one side (A pro-lifer makes a point)
There was no mention of the mothers who were damaged to the point of having to be taken to the emergency room.

Brevard needs to support operation of women's clinic (FLORIDA TODAY joins in)
More than a quarter-century after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a woman's right to an abortion, the battle to provide the procedure in Brevard County is far from over.

Clinic has support despite losing lease (WomanCare cries the blues)
SUNTREE -- "It's deja vu 20 years later," Baird-Windle said. "It's the same stuff. . . . It is the height of hypocrisy that this is happening all over again."

Ensure that abortion is available in Brevard (Patricia Baird-Windle joins the pity-party)
By Patricia Baird-Windle, a FLORIDA TODAY guest column.

WomanCare kicked out of plaza
SUNTREE -- Brevard County's only women's health clinic that also provides abortions will be forced to relocate in August when its lease runs out.

Keep pro-lifers away at any cost!
MELBOURNE, FL - Wednesday, April 19, 2000 - The Brevard County Commission voted 4-1 (Helen Voltz dissenting) Tuesday night, April 18, 2000, to spend more of the taxpayers money to move a fence to keep pro-lifers away from the abortion clinic at Suntree Plaza.

Pro-lifer requests Congressional investigation
MELBOURNE, FL - Wednesday, March 1, 2000 - The following letter was sent to U.S. Representative Dave Weldon of the 15th Congressional District of Florida by pro-lifer Meredith Raney requesting a Congressional investigation of certain discriminatory practices by the U. S. Department of Justice in the enforcement of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) law.

Patricia Windle calls Sheriff Phil Williams "a saint"
ORLANDO SENTINEL, Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Open season declared on pro-choice moms
MELBOURNE, FL - Thursday, January 13, 2000 -- The month of January has produced a double slam against pregnant mothers who choose to use abortion facilities.

Abortion doctors' suit thrown out
ORLANDO SENTINEL, Friday, December 24, 1999
MELBOURNE, FL -- The second in a series of suits filed against abortion protesters has been dismissed . . .

Federal judge discontinues clinic's lawsuit
OCALA STAR-BANNER, Thursday, December 23, 1999 - OCALA, FL -- A federal judge has dismissed the abortion clinic's lawsuit against local law enforcement and anti-abortion protesters, ruling that Dr. James Pendergraft's attorney has abandoned the case.

Taxpayers pay for security fence at abortion clinic
MELBOURNE, FL - Wednesday, December 22, 1999(updated 12/24/99) -- Brevard County taxpayers paid about $4,000 to put up an 8-foot chain-link security fence at WomanCare of Melbourne, the new abortion clinic in Suntree Plaza north of Melbourne.

Another case against Melbourne pro-lifer dismissed
MELBOURNE, FL - Tuesday, December 21, 1999 -- A second federal case against Melbourne pro-lifer, Meredith Raney, has been dismissed for lack of prosecution.

More FACE violations by Brevard County Sheriff's Deputies
MELBOURNE, FL - Wednesday, December 15, 1999 -- Two more violations of the federal FACE law occurred today against two FACE-protected pro-life referral counselors.

Announcing Project Grace
MELBOURNE, FL - Tuesday, December 7, 1999 -- Today, Project Grace is announced as a ministry for providing pro-life reproductive health services [sidewalk counseling] at facilities as defined and protected by the federal law, Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE), 18 USC §248.

Clinic worker violates FACE - report made to FBI
MELBOURNE, FL - Saturday, December 4, 1999 -- A violation of the federal FACE law occurred today against Nancy Lally, a FACE-protected pro-life referral counselor, at the reproductive health service facility (aka abortion clinic) in Suntree Plaza known as WomanCare of Melbourne, Inc. This federal violation was reported to Louis Freeh, Director of the FBI.

Clinic owner violates FACE by directing deputies to threaten pro-life counselor
MELBOURNE, FL - Saturday, 11/6/99 -- Two FACE protected pro-life referral counselors took their counseling right up to the door of the abortion clinic in Suntree Plaza.

A radical bows out
FLORIDA TODAY, Sunday, August 29, 1999
Abortion provider Patricia Baird-Windle reflects on her career and explains that she now considers abortion to be a sacrament.

Pro-lifers ordered out of eatery
FLORIDA TODAY, Sunday, August 22, 1999
SUNTREE -- Three pro-life demonstrators were ordered out of a Suntree Plaza restaurant Saturday when Sheriff's deputies said they were violating a trespass warning.

Pro-life activists get wet welcome
FLORIDA TODAY, Tuesday, August 17, 1999
Suntree store owner turns sprinklers on protestors.

Women's clinic moves to Suntree
FLORIDA TODAY, Sunday, August 15, 1999
Center that provides abortions to reopen Monday.

Key warrior for abortion rights gives up clinics
ORLANDO SENTINEL, Saturday, August 7, 1999
MELBOURNE -- Worn down by Florida's abortion battles, the owner of the Aware Woman Center for Choice is stepping away from her clinics in Melbourne and West Palm Beach.

Longtime clinic owner bows out
FLORIDA TODAY, Friday, August 6, 1999
Pro-life demonstrations, legal battles take toll, Baird-Windle says.

Pioneer ran Brevard women's clinic for 22 years
FLORIDA TODAY, Friday, August 6, 1999
MELBOURNE -- Patricia Baird-Windle could have said she retired as director of the Aware Woman Center for Choice because it was time for a new generation to take over.

Attorney asks for special prosecutor to investigate Sheriff McDougall in Fort Myers, Florida
Naples (Florida) Daily News - Thursday, August 5, 1999
The Fort Myers attorney representing abortion opponents in a federal civil lawsuit against Lee County, Florida Sheriff John McDougall has asked that a special prosecutor investigate possible criminal violations in the case.

Anti-abortion activists sue Sheriff McDougall over clinic protests in Fort Myers, Florida
Naples (Florida) Daily News - Thursday, July 29, 1999
In an ironic move Wednesday, anti-abortionists sued Lee County, Florida Sheriff John McDougall - an outspoken opponent of abortion - for not allowing them to approach clients in front of an abortion clinic in North Fort Myers.

Pro-Life Action League ACTION NEWS, June, 1999, Vol. XVII, No. 1
CHICAGO -- Early in 1997, saddled with the burden of mounting legal work in defense of NOW v. Scheidler, with a protracted jury trial looming over the near horizon, I had to resign from my law firm.

Scheidler Victory In Wisconsin Appeal Could Upset Federal RICO Verdict
Pro-Life Action League ACTION NEWS, June, 1999, Vol. XVII, No. 1
CHICAGO -- Press Statement released by Thomas Brejcha, Friday, May 28, 1999, after the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled on a case that paralleled the NOW v. Scheidler federal case in Chicago.

Abortionist Brian L. Finkel

Phoenix New Times - June 17-23, 1999
WebMaster's Note: CAUTION - This story about abortionist Brian Leslie Finkel (The Terminator) of Phoenix, Arizona is provided with great hesitation. It contains vulgar language. In fact it is straight from hell. However, it is important reading for anyone desiring to understand the true nature of the abortion industry. This story contains vulgar language because abortion is vulgar and most people in the abortion industry use vulgar language as anyone who has spent any time in front of an abortion clinic knows. Please do not proceed if you don't want to read vulgar language.

Abortion doctor and protesters stand their ground at Fort Myers (Florida) clinic
Naples Daily News - Monday, June 14, 1999
A tan van carrying two people turns into the parking lot of Southwest Florida Women's Clinic in North Fort Myers.

Florida Trend - June 1999
Dr. James Pendergraft makes no apologies for seeing abortion as a service industry and none for marketing his services aggressively. Like any other doctor, Pendergraft says, he went into a profession that he believes in, and it just happens to be profitable as well.

DOT to buy Aware Woman clinic site
FLORIDA TODAY, Saturday, June 5, 1999
MELBOURNE, FL -- State transportation officials have struck a deal to buy the property of Brevard County's only clinic that performs abortions.

Police security prices up
OPD increasing fees charged to businesses
Ocala Star-Banner, Tuesday, May 25, 1999
OCALA — Businesses that want to hire Ocala Police officers for special security details starting next month will pay almost twice as much for the service and assume liability for the officer's actions.

Judge rules police must protect abortion clinic
Ocala Star-Banner, Wednesday, April 28, 1999
OCALA - A federal judge has ruled that the Ocala Police Department cannot refuse to assign special duty officers to the abortion clinic, saying the denial of such officers violates the clinic's right to equal protection.

Lawyer brings quest to Florida
Ocala Star-Banner, Wednesday, March 17, 1999
ORLANDO -- The lawyer who made history in the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade case legalizing abortion has returned to reproductive law and wants to make history again in several Florida abortion cases.

Doctor seeks court injunction to protect privacy
Ocala Star-Banner, Wednesday, March 17, 1999
ORLANDO -- While the federal courts sort through the Ocala abortion doctor's lawsuit against the city police, the county sheriff's office and a dozen protesters -- a process that could take a year or more -- the doctor has asked the courts for temporary relief from the "intimidation and harassment" outside his clinic.

Clinic files second harassment lawsuit
FLORIDA TODAY, Wednesday, March 3, 1999
FORT LAUDERDALE — The Aware Woman Center For Choice filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against two corporations, including online service providers, and several individuals — many from Brevard County — alleging harassment at the clinic's Palm Beach County center.

The myth of "safe access" laws
Our Sunday Visitor, February 21, 1999
Specific restrictions on the civil rights of abortion protestors constitute belief-based discrimination. THEY ARE ALL ABOUT ADVANCING THE ABORTION BUSINESS.

ACLU Backs Free Speech for All — Except Pro-lifers
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, February 10, 1999
Voltaire said, "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." The ACLU adds "unless you want to speak against abortion."

Anti-abortion site doesn't cross the line
St. Petersburg Times, published February 7, 1999
An interesting column by a former executive director of the Florida ACLU. This article is included not in support of "The Nuremberg Files," but to illustrate the internal turmoil that the abortion issue has created inside the ACLU. Also, Robyn Blumner is one of the few journalists who is able to write about the abortion issue without revealing to the reader where she stands on the issue.

No Place to Hide?
Newsweek.com, Thursday, January 14, 1999
"The Internet has created a whole new battleground for the abortion wars."
"Janet Dennis, Public Information Administrator for the HSMV confirmed that Florida has very open public records and that unless somebody specifically fills out a Driver Privacy Protection form, their records are up for grabs to anyone who has 50 cents and a stamp."

Body Politic Magazine, January 1999
"In early January, 1999 Patricia and Ted Windle of Aware Woman center in Melbourne, Florida filed a landmark lawsuit (click here to view this lawsuit in its entirety) against local anti, Meredith Raney, and a number of other defendants charging them in harassment of the clinic and its staff.

Abortion clinic sues CompuServe, ISP
ABC News - Technology, January 6, 1999
"The case cuts across a wide range of Internet legal debates, from service provider liability to personal privacy. It also touches on one of the most volatile debates of modern society. The lawsuit is being brought by veterans of the abortion rights movement: Roy Lucas, who wrote the winning brief in the landmark Roe vs. Wade case, and Patricia Baird Windle, who along with her husband fought and won the Supreme Court decision upholding protest boundaries around abortion clinics."

Clinic owner sues abortion protesters
ORLANDO SENTINEL, Wednesday, January 6, 1999
Lynne Bumpus-Hooper of The Sentinel Staff
MELBOURNE -- The owner of a women's clinic is suing abortion protesters and two online services she accuses of providing information on clinic staff, doctors and patients.

Roe Warriors: The Media's Pro-Abortion Bias
Media Research Center, July 22, 1998
"Patricia Baird Windle founded and owned the Aware Clinic for Women in Melbourne, Florida, one of the workplaces of Dr. David Gunn. Windle was mentioned in 30 news stories in our print sample, often testifying to the extremist tactics of the other side. But none of the newspapers or news magazines covered Windle's arrest for improper exhibition of a dangerous weapon on March 30, 1995. In January 1995, three Brevard County public works employees were driving slowly to inspect recent road work in front of Windle's home when Windle waved a gun at them from her driveway. In July 1995, she pled no contest and was sentenced to six months probation and a gun safety course - without any media attention."

Trial Witnesses Say Pro-Life Protests Were Organized
Catholic Online News Update, March 12,1998
CHICAGO (CWN) - Witnesses for pro-abortion groups suing several pro-life organizations said on Wednesday that pro-life protesters used bicycle locks and automobiles to intimidate abortion clinic staff and women seeking abortions as part of a pattern to shut down the abortion industry nationwide. The National Organization of Women filed a lawsuit against Operation Rescue, the Pro-Life Action Network (PLAN), two other groups, and their leaders, charging them with violating racketeering laws in their efforts to protest at abortion clinics. The second witness Wednesday, Patricia Baird Windle, owner of Aware Woman of Melbourne, Florida, said her clinic has been subjected to no less than 45 protests. She said that at one point she asked former Operation Rescue leader Randall Terry to end the demonstrations. He responded, she recalled, by telling her that the protests would "make your life a living hell." Attorneys for the defendants said the lawsuit is no more than an attempt by pro-abortion groups to intimidate their opponents and that there is no evidence of an illegal conspiracy."

Wrath of Angels: The American Abortion War
Body Politic Magazine, Jan/Feb 1998
Patricia Windle's book review, "All roads lead to Scheidler"

An Open Letter to Justice Harry Blackmun
Body Politic Magazine, January 1996
On the Occasion of the 23rd Anniversary of the Roe. vs. Wade Decision
From Patricia Baird Windle, Saturday, December 9, 1995
Particia Windle finally tells the truth. She complains that pro-lifers are ". . . reducing our income while our overhead stays the high." by telling pregnant moms what abortion really is - the killing of their own baby - and helping them through their crisis pregnancy.

Patricia Baird-Windle: The Aware Warrior
Body Politic Magazine, March 1994
Patricia Windle talks about her theories of the rise of Operation Rescue and gives her version of the history of abortion protesting in Florida. "All of this was the doing of Jamie Buckingham."

Aware Woman Launched to Supreme Court
Body Politic Magazine, March 1994
Patricia Windle: " It is clear to me, that these anti-abortion leaders, the authors of the "Master Plan", have access to a battery of attorneys, as well as extortionist, that threaten suits across the nation. Jay Sekulow is like a queen ant, with a nest of lawyer ants. If they succeed in defeating abortion, the theocracy looms."

Patricia Baird-Windle: A Woman AWARE
Body Politic Magazine, February 1994
Patricia Windle: "At that time I was out of money. A major figure in the reproductive field called and said, "honey, you've got to stop dealing with local lawyers. You have to call Roy Lucas." Roy was a very famous abortion rights attorney who worked with Sara Weddington and the Rockefeller Foundation. Utterly brilliant, but, like many brilliant people, an eccentric."

Statements of a practicing witch?
by Jay Rogers, The Champion
"You practice your religion and let me practice mine."
"My religion is a holy ritual child sacrifice."
-- Patricia Baird-Windle, Founder and owner of Aware Woman abortuary

By Eric Holmberg and Jay Rogers, The Champion

Clearing the Media Smokescreens:
What's Behind the Pro-Abortion Rhetoric
By Jay Rogers, The Forerunner, November 1993


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