Crisis Magazine, Monica Miller:
On March 8, 1986, nine pro-lifers blocked the doors to the Bread and Roses abortion center in downtown Milwaukee. I was among those nine and charged with “criminal trespass to a medical facility.” We stood trial a year later before Judge Patricia McMahon. This was the early days of the rescue movement, and we could still hope our motions for “defense of others” or a “defense of necessity” would be granted. But this hope quickly faded. Continue reading here.