Many years ago, I was a regular every Saturday morning praying the Rosary outside of this clinic. There were usually about a dozen or so. Sometimes, we would be joined by a priest from St. Matthew's, sometimes students would join us.
When I think back to those days, the "clinic escorts" use to call us names, yell at us, etc. I remember one gay man walking with his friend and saying in a very loud voice: "You know, today I think I should get abortion."
Periodically, the police would come by, due to a call from the clinic. They would look, but didn't do much other than to flirt with the escorts.
For many years, the pro-life community has been allowed to pray, counsel and have a peaceful witness on the public property surrounding the Planned Parenthood Clinic in Washington, D.C.
Several weeks ago Planned Parenthood put up a fence around that public property, and police are now threatening to arrest anyone who stands inside that fence.
To read more, go to LifeSite News.
Here is an update to the story, including a little known fact about who owns what around the clinic.
And read about the CUA Students for Life at this same abortion mill.