Two Elderly Conservative Women Face 11 Years in Prison For Blocking Entrance to Abortion Clinic

The Department of Justice and the FBI are now hunting down pro-life conservative grandmas.

On Friday, a Washington, D.C. jury found three individuals guilty, two of whom are over 70 years old, for blocking the entrance to an abortion clinic.

Each of the defendants could potentially receive a maximum sentence of 11 years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and be subject to fines of up to $350,000.

The Department of Justice announced on Monday that Jonathan Darnel, aged 41 from Arlington, Virginia; Jean Marshall, aged 73 from Kingston, Massachusetts; and Joan Bell, aged 74 from Montague, New Jersey, have each been found guilty of felony conspiracy against rights and a FACE Act offense.

All three defendants were promptly placed in custody. The Department of Justice stated that their sentencing will be scheduled for a later date.

In 2020 a group of pro-life activists entered an abortion clinic in Washington DC and ‘blocked’ women from seeking abortions.

“According to the evidence, Marshall, and Bell were among a group that forcefully entered the clinic and set about blockading two clinic doors using their bodies, furniture, chains and ropes. Once the blockade was established, Darnel – who remained outside



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