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Augusta abortion protester seeking court protection



An Augusta abortion protester is seeking an injunction to prevent the enforcement of a city ordinance that prohibits loud noises near heath care facilities.

The federal lawsuit filed Nov. 18 on behalf of Steven Smith also accuses Richmond County Sheriff’s officers of harassment, threats, false a...

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    • Mr. Smith protests in front of abortion providers, probably A Preferred Women’s Health Center, near the intersection of Davis Rd and Walton Way Extension. The abortion provider is a chain with a website that advertises all methods of ending en utero life. The RCSO’s response to his protest is a textbook Democrat failure to enforce the constitutional rights of people whose values and beliefs are not Democrat, liberal, and theirs. The deputies involved were acting on orders from above.

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