Florida attorney general sues activists who allegedly vandalized crisis pregnancy centers
Two federal lawsuits have been filed against a pair of abortion-rights activists accused of being part of a shadowy group called Jane’s Revenge, vandalizing Florida pregnancy crisis centers and intimidating medical staffs.
State Attorney General Ashley Moody filed a lawsuit March 29 in the Middle District of Florida accusing defendants Caleb Hunter Freestone and Amber Marie Smith-Stewart of taking part in at least three attacks on pregnancy crisis centers in Florida. The legal complaint seeks damages and fines against each defendant totaling $170,000.
Abortion-rights extremists have been taking part in a nationwide campaign of intimidation against such pregnancy centers in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, according to the lawsuit.