Earlier in the week, we brought you the story of a rather disturbing encounter out of Columbus, Ohio, in which an angry pro-abortion woman sporting Burger King work clothes verbally and physically assaulted a group of peaceful pro-lifers on the street, simply because they were holding signs and engaging in conversations with people. The cops were quickly called to intervene, and charges are being pressed against the vile lady, whose name is Victoria Duran.
But in an admirable show of respect for all people — even those as rude as this — Created Equal (the pro-life group that was attacked) says they will drop those charges if Victoria would simply apologize. However, judging from the interview she gave after the incident, Duran looks as though she has no remorse for what she did.
Take a look at the video above, as the representatives for Created Equal sat down with Fox News earlier today to share their side of the story. Quite a study in contrast between their demeanor and Ms. Duran’s, don’t you think?
BONUS: View the original encounter again here:
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