This abortion mill had several rescues in the 90's, before the FACE legislation (making it a political crime to rescue) was enacted. They do perform abortions through 24 weeks.Because they did not blockade they should not be tried under FACE. The link below has the story with a short excerpt below the link. The picture above shows the arrest of Fr. Fidelis.
Fr. Fidelis Moscinski, Adlele Gilhooly, Patrice Woodworth, Matthew Connolly, William Goodman, and pro-lifer who wishes to be known only as Baby Jane Doe in solidarity with the nameless aborted unborn.
All except Adele Gilhooly were arrested. Adele was simply escorted out of the abortion center by the police and they oddly did not place her under arrest. Here is a short summary of what happened.
The rescuers entered the abortion center at about 8:30 am. This is a very high-volume abortion facility. It is common for up to 20 women to be scheduled for abortions there on any given Saturday. Once inside, the rescuers did have an opportunity to talk to a number of women—and a few women were actually receptive, one even started to weep while in conversation with one of the rescuers who was trying to convince her to leave the clinic. This is a good sign of a soft and sensitive conscience.
The goal of a Red Rose Rescue is that the pro-lifers will remain in the abortion center as long as possible, reaching out to the mothers sitting in the waiting room, offering them help and encouragement, giving them educational literature about abortion and the facts of the fetal development and letting them know that help is available.
Despite the quick response of the police, the rescuers were still able to have significant interaction with the women in the waiting room. Roses were offered and some women did take them.
No matter what—the babies were defended. They were given a defense to which they are entitled, no matter how brief! As Will Goodman said after he was released from the local police station: "It is always a success when the babies are defended, and a witness given to the sanctity of life."