Student who ‘steals’ pro-life sign on camera shocked by her arrest
Student who ‘steals’ pro-life sign on camera shocked by her arrest from WND
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‘Do you see us being subjected to this sh**?’
The Created Equal organization stages displays on college campuses to persuade people that abortion is wrong.
Plain and simple.
But something about that message has pushed buttons on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus, where a woman grabbed a sign out of the hands of Created Equal members and walked away with it.
To her dismay, however, she walked right into the arms of a police officer and was arrested for larceny.
Caught red handed, she told the officer: “I was going to give it back.”
See the video:
Created Equal is a pro-life group that focuses on training students to defend life, using a traveling photo exhibit.
The group noted the video of the theft again features Austin Beigel, a member of its outreach team who was shown being assaulted in a previous video.
“For years, we have documented violence against young members of our team. But perhaps even more shocking than violent outbursts is the incredulity some perpetrators show when held accountable,” the organization explained.
Created Equal President Mark Harrington said students “being groomed on college campuses to be leaders, writers, and thinkers of the Left are increasing in censorship and violence against those with whom they disagree.”
“Their surprise when held accountable indicates college campuses have become safe spaces for pro-abortion violence. Students at UNC and campuses like it are in dire need of remedial First Amendment training.”
The video shows the woman taking the sign and marching off, only to be halted by a police officer.
He asked, “Did you steal their sign?”
“I just moved it.”
She said the sign “restricts women’s rights.”
She gave up the sign and started walking away, but the officer halted her: “You’re not going anywhere.”