Fairfield, NJ – August 18, 2016 – In an opinion issued yesterday, the Court of Criminal Appeals of the State Oklahoma reversed the convictions of veteran pro-life activist Joan Andrews Bell following her unlawful arrest for kneeling and praying the Rosary at the Oklahoma City Civic Center on September 21, 2014 during a “Black Mass” being held inside the building.

The Court’s 18-page opinion systematically dismantles the prosecution’s groundless criminal complaints against Mrs. Bell for “disorderly conduct”, based on alleged “obstruction” of access to the Civic Center, and “Interfering or Obstructing by Disobeying a Lawful Command” by allegedly not cooperating in her unlawful arrest. CONTINUE READING

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