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Montana Abortion clinic shuttered

Posted in Abortion clinic, Abortion Clinic Closed with tags , , , , on March 28, 2014 by saynsumthn

ALL Families HC CLosed website

According to Democracy Now, a Kalispell, Montana, abortion clinic which was recently vandalized is closing.

This was the voicemail message patients received after hours, starting earlier this month, when they called their healthcare provider:

ALL FAMILIES HEALTHCARE VOICEMAIL RECORDING: You have reached All Families Healthcare. Our business is—no longer exists due to being destroyed by a hate crime.

ALL Families HC CLosed

The clinic was recently vandalized.

Sue Cahill Vandalized

Democracy Now a pro-abortion group has a one sided report here:

Vandalized Montana abortion clinic closes indefinitely according to pro-choice blogs

Posted in Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortionist with tags , , , , , , , on March 10, 2014 by saynsumthn

According to the pro-abortion blog Think Progress one of Montana’s four abortion clinics has been forced to close indefinitely as its staff attempts to recover from a recent break-in.

All Families HC

The Kalispell All Families Health Care abortion was vandalized and police have arrested 24-year-old suspect, Zachary Jordan Klundt of Columbia Falls.

According to Susan Cahill, a physician assistant who runs the clinic, someone shattered the window in a back door and entered the clinic before causing significant damage late Monday or early Tuesday. A receptionist reported the vandalism shortly after arriving at work at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Think Progress writes, “The reproductive health facility sustained significant damage, including broken furniture, equipment, and glass. RH Reality Check reports that that clinic staff believe the act of vandalism was part of a “coordinated effort” to intimidate the employees to stop providing abortion care.

The clinic has only occupied its current building in Kalispell, Montana for about a month. In addition to offering abortion care, it also provides a wide range of other family planning services. Now that it’s closed, this region of the state doesn’t have a single abortion provider.”

The pro-abortion RH Reality Blog reports the same thing, “All Families Healthcare is closed indefinitely while Cahill assesses the damage and determines how to move forward.”

According to local pro-lifers, The All Families Health Care clinic is operated by
Susan Cahill, a physicians assistant, with a long term relationship to Dr. James Armstrong,
Dr. Jules Marsh and Planned Parenthood. Dr. Armstrong, now a retired.

‘Molotov cocktail’ hurled at pro-lifers for praying outside abortion clinic in Montana, formal complaint filed with the FBI

Posted in Abortion, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , on March 18, 2011 by saynsumthn

Bomb Thrown at Pro-Life Prayer Vigil: Thomas More Society Files Anti-Terrorism Complaint with FBI
Chief Legal Counsel Thomas Brejcha Decries ‘Ho-Hum’ Response from Kalispell, MT Police Officers
Contact: Tom Ciesielka, 312-422-1333,

MEDIA ADVISORY, March 18, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — The Thomas More Society, acting on behalf of 40 Days for Life, a national campaign that sponsors peaceable pro-life prayer vigils outside abortion provider sites world-wide, has filed a formal complaint with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Field Office in Helena, Montana. The Thomas More Society is calling for an immediate, intensive investigation of a vicious fire-bombing attack on a pro-lifer that occurred March 17, 2011 at around 6:15 p.m. near the All Family Health Care abortion center in Kalispell, Montana.

Karen Trierweiler, coordinator of the 40 Days prayer vigils in Kalispell, said that a homemade incendiary device was thrown at one of the vigil participants, an elderly retired woman, by an assailant — as yet unidentified — as she walked on the public sidewalk near the abortion provider’s premises. The victim did not see the bomb-thrower, nor did she see the bomb — akin to a “Molotov cocktail” — before it exploded on the sidewalk behind her, making a loud popping noise like a big firecracker as it burst into flame. Apparently the victim was unhurt.

Regaining her composure, the victim called Ms. Trierweiler to the scene, and she called the police. After a lengthy delay, a Kalispell police officer arrived. But instead of inspecting the bomb debris or calling evidence technicians to the scene, the officer remarked that police could never get prints or other evidence from the bomb’s remains, and that he would call the city’s garbage service to dispose of all the debris. Then he said that the 40 Days prayer vigil participants should expect this kind of reaction if they’re out there protesting. Questioning Officer Hoover’s assessment of the attack, Ms. Trierweiler called the Kalispell desk sergeant to complain, where she was unable to get further assistance.

Tom Brejcha, president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Society, said, “We are appalled by this terrible act of violence, while we’re immensely grateful that God’s grace spared this valiant pro-lifer any serious injury. But the reaction of Kalispell police officers after Ms. Trierweiler called them to the scene was equally appalling, indeed outrageous. We intend to file disciplinary complaints against both the officer who came to the crime scene and the desk sergeant whose tepid, indifferent, and grossly unprofessional response to this blatant act of domestic terrorism shows them both unfit to wear a police uniform and at best deserving of severe disciplinary action. We expect much better from the FBI and we will pursue the matter to the very highest levels of the U.S. Department of Justice if this case is not investigated promptly and vigorously and — once the assailant is identified and apprehended — prosecuted to the hilt,” Brejcha concluded.

Ms. Trierweiler also reported that an eyewitness has stepped forward, who was not part of the 40 Days campaign but rather a passerby, who saw the incident occur and who may be able to help the FBI track down the bomb thrower and bring him to justice.

Kalispell, Montana is a small town in the far northwestern part of the state that boasts an airport servicing jet air traffic as it is the western gateway to the famed Glacier National Park, which straddles the U.S.-Canadian border.

For more information or to speak with Mr. Brejcha, contact Tom Ciesielka 312-422-1333,

About the Thomas More Society
Founded in 1997, the Thomas More Society is a national public interest law firm that exists to restore respect for life in law. Based in Chicago, the Thomas More Society defends the sanctity of human life, the family and religious liberty in courtrooms across the country. The Society is a nonprofit organization wholly supported by private donations. For more information or to support the work of Thomas More Society, please visit