Homemade Bomb Thrown at Pro-Life Prayer Vigil

Two homemade explosive devices were apparently thrown from a vehicle at two Kalispell, Montana locations last Thursday, including one directed at a pro-life prayer vigil. The other was in front of a department store. Both exploded within 15 minutes of each other.

The pro-life prayer vigil was part of the 40 Days for Life campaign.

Karen Trierweiller, the coordinator of the Kalispell’s vigil was critical of the Kalispell Police Department’s response. According to an interview conducted by Relevant Radio, the target of the bomb was an elderly woman on a public sidewalk, quietly praying.

The Thomas More Society, which is a pro-life law center has contacted the FBI to investigate.

This hasn’t been reported in the new from what I can ascertain, except for the local newpaper Daily Inter Lake.

Can you imagine the coverage it would have received if the bomb had been directed at a pro-abortion provider?

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