This is the generation that will abolish abortion

Dayton Police ThreatenTo Arrest Stand True President, Bryan Kemper For Simply Standing On Public Property And Pro-abortion Activist Mock His Ten Year Old Son.

On Sunday, Nov 1st, Stand True President, Bryan Kemper and two of his children joined local pro-life activists in exposing the truth at a pro-abortion rally in Dayton, OH. The rally was a celebration of years of child killing by Planned Parenthood and other abortion facilities in the Dayton area. About 20 peaceful pro-life activists came to the rally to show exactly what they were celebrating and to to expose the darkness of abortion.

The activists were peaceful and respectful of the crowd, not interrupting the rally but simply showing them what it was exactly that they were promoting and celebrating. Bryan, his children and several of the activist held up images of the victims of abortion who were being dismissed as merely “choices” by the speakers at the rally. They wanted to give these victims the dignity of being recognized as the human persons they are.

At one point in the rally, Bryan’s ten-year-old son, Jaemison, who had asked to come along and protest, was holding a sign that he had picked out, when a pro-abortion protester decided to target and mock him. Jaemison did not waiver or even give this person a second thought; he just continued to stand and show the truth without fear. Jaemison is a true hero and a good representation of the pro-life generation that is emerging more and more.

After about an hour at the rally, Bryan put down his sign to walk around the Courthouse Square, a public area in Dayton, to take photos of the rally. The Dayton police were called to remove all pro-lifers from this public area. While the rally organizers had a permit to gather and hold a rally, they did not have ownership of this public square but the police demanded all pro-lifers leave and go to the sidewalk area outside the Courthouse Square.

Because the officers were claiming that he couldn’t be there even though he was not protesting at the time, Bryan approached them to ask why they were denying him access to public property. One of the pro-abortion protesters claimed that his pro-life shirt constituted a protest sign and disqualified him from being in the public area. The officer mocked the pro-lifers and said, “it’s Sunday. Normal people are out enjoying the day, not causing problems”. When Bryan tried to explain that he had no sign and was not protesting, the officer said, ” I don’t care. You go over there”. The officer also admitted that there was no copy of the permit on hand, and that he could not show it to us as he did not have it, yet he still kicked us off public property.

Here is a short video of the incident post by Keep Life Legal of Dayton, OH:

Please pray for these activists as they seek legal advice on what there next step is in dealing with this injustice. The police may have denied them of free speech rights, but they will never be silent and will continue to stand for those without a voice.

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Here are some more photos of the event:

5 Comments

  1. Donna Montanarella
    Posted November 3, 2015 at 3:51 am | Permalink

    What a twisted and evil society we live in! People promoting the torture and murder of precious babies are protected but people simply trying to save little babies AND their mothers are treated like criminals. May God have mercy on us all! I will never stop fighting this horrendous holocaust!!! Our society obviously haven’t learned from history. What a shame! And…what is up with the police??? So typical of these perverted times…..murderers are protected and innocent people are treated like criminals. Unbelievable! When will this madness end??? By the way, keep up the great work pro-lifers!!! It is great to see young people involved.

  2. Kathleen Sewall
    Posted November 3, 2015 at 1:04 pm | Permalink

    Please pray for these activists as they seek legal advice on what “there” next step is in dealing with this injustice. The police may have denied them of free speech rights, but they will never be silent and will continue to stand for those without a voice. – See more at: http://www.standtrue.com/daytonpoliceestate/#sthash.KdIC3kIx.dpuf

    Hi there, it looks like you all do great things for pro-life cause. Just some things to help you come across with as much credibility as possible, I have noticed 2 editing errors on your article about the Dayton Police. First, you need a space after “Threaten” in your headline – you have “Threatento” in the headline right now. And, see the above paragraph for the misuse of the word “there” which should be “their”. I do writing and editing for the National Pro-Life Alliance, so my eyes are trained to look for these things. All the best to you!

  3. Teresa Danovich
    Posted November 4, 2015 at 3:19 am | Permalink

    When I saw the woman holding sign saying “will never be pregnant,” I thought she was a pro-life and very insightful. I thought the sign was pointing to the aborted child in the flag and I pondered “how true,” that aborted child will be deprived of the opportunity to give life because her own life was destroyed. We are destroying generations in abortion; may God have mercy on us!

  4. Cecilia Skudder
    Posted November 6, 2015 at 3:16 pm | Permalink

    Isaiah 5.20. Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. I live in the uk and it is as bad here. All those precious lives torn apart and the saddest thing they cannopt see it is killing life! Keep up the good work.

  5. Joan Davidson
    Posted November 7, 2015 at 11:33 pm | Permalink

    My prayers are with you in your fight for justice for the unborn child. I can remember when abortion was first allowed here in South Australia. I was Nursing, and was rostered to a Ward where those who had just undergone an abortion procedure were sent to recover. There were two instances which I remember vividly. One was a thirteen year old girl, who never stopped crying whilst her Mother sat by her bedside – the girl had been told she HAD to have an abortion. The other was a 30+ woman with her husband sitting by her side; this was her sixth – yes, sixth, abortion. They were the two nastiest people I have ever met in my life. They had no thought for anyone but themselves, and it was obvious that they were really perverted. I hate abortion with an undying hatred, and now in my seventies I pray daily for those who are contemplating this horrendous step. I pray that they will change their minds and simply love this child. God bless you all in your work.

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