An investigation has been launched in Nebraska after a group of woke, left-wingers threatened to “shoot” and kill pro-life supporters there.
Authorities in Omaha are investigating after the dangerous extremist group Jane’s Revenge sent threatening letters to a Catholic-affiliated center and a local Christian church.
“If our right to abortion in Bellevue is taken away due to the attempt to pass an abortion ban and its gets passed we will shoot up your Newman Center with our new AR-14 rifles. Sincerely, Jane’s Revenge,” a letter left outside the John Paul II Newman Center near the University of Nebraska-Omaha’s Scott Campus allegedly reads, according to Fox News.
Students for Life president Kristan Hawkins posted a photo of the note to Twitter on Saturday, saying “Jane’s Revenge threatens to shoot pro-lifers.” Members of Students for Life were meeting at the Catholic-affiliated center on Saturday “to strategize about how to use @studentsforlife’s Campaign for Abortion Free Cities to shut down the late-term abortion facility in the state,” according to a Twitter thread by Hawkins.
The note was reported to authorities and the University of Nebraska at Omaha Public Safety’s office posted on social media that it was “alerted to a threat of violence against the John Paul II Newman Center” and called on the public to come forward with any tips on the case.
…Abortion Free Cities to shut down the late-term abortion facility in the state.
When we arrived, a death threat via guns from Jane’s Revenge was posted on the door.
We’ve called the police and are scrambling to make it safe. pic.twitter.com/J8dJrnKjmy
— Kristan Hawkins (@KristanHawkins) December 3, 2022
The local police are reportedly looking into it…
Lt. Neal Bonacci of the Omaha Police Department told the Star Herald that police responded to Christ Community Church at about 5:15 p.m. local time Saturday. That note also threatened violence and cited Jane’s Revenge, according to Bonacci.
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The church is located just over 5 miles from the Newman Center.
Bonacci said police are working with federal and local authorities to determine if the threats are credible.
“We take any threat of violence serious and will continue to do our due diligence to ensure a thorough investigation,” Bonacci said.
A spokesperson for the Omaha Police Department confirmed to Fox News Digital on Sunday that “we responded to a report of a threatening note left at Christ Community Church, and are currently investigating.”
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