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Violent assault on home of pro-life leader

Catholic World News - July 03, 2012

Police in Colorado are investigating a violent attack on the home of a pro-life leader.

Keith Mason, the head of Personhood USA, was alarmed last week when vandals threw a rock through a window and spray-painted obscenities on his front wall. The attack came at night, when Mason’s pregnant wife and 3 children were asleep. He has since moved his family to another house, fearing for their safety.

The attack came shortly after a Newsweek article highlighting the success of Mason’s pro-life work with the “personhood” campaign.

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