Pro-Lifer Avoids Prison After Working with DOJ Against Fellow Activists

A pro-life activist who cooperated with Biden’s Justice Department is avoiding prison.

The activist was part of a Tennessee pro-life group that peacefully protested at an abortion clinic in 2021.

Caroline Davis initially faced a conspiracy charge that could have resulted in 11 years in prison and fines of up to $250,000. Davis has since received three years of probation and no fine. She will instead pay a $20 special assessment for the case.

Others involved in the peaceful protest face up to one year in prison for misdemeanor offenses and fines of up to $10,000.

Davis told the court she experienced abuse throughout her upbringing and had an unfaithful spouse that resulted in her joining a group that engaged in civil disobedience.

According to The Daily Wire, Davis’ testimony was a “critical component of the government’s prosecution of 10 pro-lifers who were at Carafem, including six who face over a decade in prison and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.”

In a January testimony, Davis said her “rational side” was “in the toilet” during the 2021 protest,” the outlet reported.

Earlier this month, four pro-life activists faced FACE Act convictions for peacefully protesting outside of a Tennesee abortion clinic in 2021.

According to a press release, evidence presented at the trial pointed to the defendants “using physical obstruction over the course of several hours to interfere with the clinic’s employees and a patient, because the clinic was providing, and the patient sought, reproductive health services.”

Lawyers argued that the DOJ never proved the defendants were blocking individuals from entering the abortion facility.

In January, six other activists went on trial for the 2021 protest.