Nebraska officials are investigating letters threatening to “shoot” pro-lifers

Officials Omaha, NebraskaJane, a radical pro-abortionist, investigates two threatening letters linked to a revenge group sent to a Catholic center and a local Christian church.

“If our right to abortion in Bellevue is taken away by the attempted Abortion Ban and it passes, we will shoot up your Newman Center with our brand new AR-14 rifles. Sincerely, Jane’s Revenge,” the inscription was found at the John Paul II Newman Center near the University of Nebraska-Omaha.

On Saturday, Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins tweeted a photo of the note saying, “Jane’s revenge threatens to shoot the Avengers.” According to Hawkins’ Twitter account, members of Students for Life met Saturday at the Catholic-run center to “strategize how to use the @studentsforlife campaign for abortion-free cities to close the state’s late-term abortion facility.” .

Authorities have been notified, and the University of Nebraska Omaha Office of Public Safety posted on social media a “threat of violence against the John Paul II Newman Center” and urged the public to come forward with any tips. the work.

According to KETV, the post, posted by a member of “Jane’s Revenge,” was directed at Rev. Dan Andrews, director of the Newman Center.

“It’s obviously of great concern to us,” Andrews said of the memo, according to the Star Herald. “Our first priority is the safety of our students.”

On the same day, another note was found in the Church of the Congregation of Christ Omaha.

“Friends, earlier today CCC officers found a threatening note taped to the outside door of CCC. Notada claims to belong to the extremist abortion rights group Jane’s Revenge and threatens our leading minister and the church. abortion policy “There is a dispute going on in Bellevue,” Christ Community Church said in a message sent to church members Saturday night. The message was released to Fox News Digital on Sunday afternoon.

“At least one other Omaha church received a similar letter. “We take the threats seriously and have filed a report with the Omaha Police Department and are cooperating with their investigation,” the statement said.

Omaha Police Department Lt. Neil Bonacci told the Star Herald that police responded to the Congregation of Christ Church at approximately 5:15 p.m. local time on Saturday. According to Bonacci, the note contained threats of violence and Jane’s revenge.

The church is located just 5 miles from the Newman Center.

Bonacci said police are working with federal and local authorities to determine if the threats are credible.

“We take any threat of violence seriously and will continue to take the necessary steps to ensure a thorough investigation,” Bonacci said.

press secretary of Omaha Police Department Fox News confirmed to Digital on Sunday that “we responded to a report of a threatening note left at Christ Community Church and are currently investigating.”

Christ Community Church said all events will continue as planned despite the threat, and the police department will provide additional patrols at the church.

Fox News Digital reached out to the FBI to ask if they were also looking into the memos.

A recent study by the Crime Prevention Research Center found that attacks on pro-life groups have increased since the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was leaked in early May. attacks on pro-choice organizations were 22 times higher.

The CPRC research team found 135 attacks against pro-life organizations and supporters between May 3 and September 24 this year, including six attacks on pro-choice supporters and supporters.

Attacks on lifesaving centers exploded shortly after the historic highs in early May. In June, Jane’s Revenge even took credit for some of the attacks and declared it “open season.”

“From now on, any anti-choice group that closes its doors and goes out of business will no longer be a target. But until you do, it’s open season and we know where your operations are,” Jane’s Revenge of the June 14 letter said.

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