Kansas physician, Mila Means– who works at the Kansas City, Kansas abortion clinic, Aid for Women–is being sued by the landlord of her Wichita medical office, because she plans to begin doing abortions there.
Abortion is not only immoral, it makes a lousy business neighbor. The landlord’s suit complains that Means’ intended abortion business is driving out other tenants.
According to the Associated Press, Foliage Development seeks a temporary restraining order to keep Means from performing abortions at its office complex in Wichita. A hearing is scheduled for Feb. 15.
But while the AP reporter got those facts correct, she ignored specific written info and a phone conversation that proved no malice afoot in the selection of a location for a peaceful prayer meeting scheduled for Friday night, Feb.4.
The facts are that Kansans for Life had contracted for any available east-central venue from the Wichita school district rental services. It was a bureaucrat (whom KFL named to the press) who chose the specific public school location near where George Tiller was murdered.
KFL was unaware of any uproar until the Democratic Underground published a request –from an anonymous member of the tiny Kansas chapter of N.O.W– that KFL be stopped from ‘stirring up hatred at a public school ‘.
The prayer gathering was merely intended to pray to prevent abortion businesses from opening again in Wichita.
The fact that abortion was referred to in the announcement as injuring women and killing children was too much for N.O.W. (Maybe they haven’t read about the House of Horrors clinic of Kermit Gosnell...)
Although it was a lone gunman who killed Tiller, and decades of government corruption that permitted scandalous, illegal, late-term abortions, pro-lifers are still being labeled as instigating violence.
KFL executive director, Mary Kay Culp commented, “Kansans for Life has, for all its many years, conducted ourselves with integrity and we will always condemn violence or even the implied threat of violence. We want the public to know that this event implies nothing but simple prayer.”