Those killed were Jennifer Markovsky, who was attending the clinic with a friend. Garrett Swasey, the Police Officer who first responded to alerts about a shooter at the clinic and Ke'Arre Stewart, a former Iraq war veteran who was standing outside the clinic. Stewart was wounded but managed to enter the clinic and warn those inside to take shelter and call 911.
In September, the FBI noted an increase in cyber attacks and arsons, and warned that it was “likely criminal or suspicious incidents will continue to be directed against reproductive health care providers, their staff and facilities.” In October, a Planned Parenthood facility in California was fire-bombed, following three similar incidents in Illinois, Louisiana, and Washington. A clinic in New Hampshire was spray-painted with the word “murderer,” and then, a few weeks later, attacked by an intruder wielding a hatchet.
Attacks, cyber attacks, arson, vandalism, threats and violence against sexual and reproductive health clinics and Planned Parenthood have escalated dramatically following the release of manufactured and doctored videos which alleged that Planned Parenthood traded in body parts.
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