- Murder in Mississippi -
On a very positive note: Kristene O'Dell of Dallas tells those in attendance that doctors gave her son Gregory Zion O'Dell, 6 months, little hope for survival when he was born 14 weeks early. The child is doing well.
Fr. Sibley leading the exorcism prayer at the last remaining abortion mill in Mississippi.
Two children peer into the casket.
A woman reacts while viewing the aborted baby.
Fr. Sibley concludes the Rosary to make reparations for the unspeakable crime of abortion.
A crowd of pro-life advocates gathered in Smith Park in Jackson on
Thursday morning July 20, 2006, for a funeral service for an aborted baby.
Pallbearers carry a small casket containing an aborted baby into Smith Park.
The pallbearers place the casket.
Father Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, addresses the gathering.
For the sake of His Sorrowful Passion,
have Mercy on us and the whole world.
Pro-life supporters file past the casket.
Operation Save America Rally on the South Side of the State Capitol
State Capitol Police officer Hilliard Phillips keeps an eye on pro-choice
counter-protesters gathered across the street.
Ante Nedlko of Charlotte, N.C. joins other pro-life supporters in song.
Rev. Bill Shanks of the new Covenant Fellowship in Kenner, La. is the first of several pastors to sign a National Emancipation Proclamation for the Pre-born Child.
Jean Raddell of Cleveland, Ohio sings along with other pro-life supporters.
A large contingent of Jackson Police officers stand at the ready.
Richard and Donna Mahoney of Star of the Sea, Ark., kneel in prayer outside the gates of the Mississippi Women's Clinic in Jackson Tuesday. Groups from both side of the abortion war gathered in Jackson.
Curtis Seidel, 19, of Billings, Montana, a member of the Crossroads Walk, prays the rosary.
Saturday morning Pro-Life activists rally outside the lone abortion clinic left in Mississippi.